“Kevin Can F**K Himself” follows the story of Allison McRoberts (Annie Murphy), a woman we all grew up believing we knew: the prototypical Sitcom Wife. But what happens when we follow Allison out of her husband’s domain? When she finally wakes up to — and revolts against — the injustices in her life? “Kevin Can F**K Himself” breaks television convention and blends multi-camera comedy with single-camera realism to make us ask: “who and what have we been laughing at all of these years?”
The series also stars Mary Hollis Inboden (“The Real O’Neals”) as Patty O’Connor, Allison’s tough, glass-half-empty neighbour who hides an intelligence and dissatisfaction that bonds her to Allison; Eric Petersen (“Kirstie”) as the protagonist husband Kevin McRoberts, Allison’s husky and “lovable” man-child; Alex Bonifer (“Superstore”) as Neil O’Connor, the football-loving, beer-swilling, dim-bulb best friend of Kevin; Brian Howe (“Chicago Fire”) as Pete McRoberts, Kevin’s father with a regressive sense of humour; and Raymond Lee (“Here and Now”) as Sam Park, a clean cut, former Worcesterite who has history with Allison.
“Kevin Can F**K Himself” is created by Valerie Armstrong (“Lodge 49”, “SEAL Team”) and executive producers Rashida Jones and Will McCormack through Le Train Train (“Claws, A to Z”). Craig DiGregorio (“Shrill”) serves as showrunner and executive producer.