This show is definitely not for everyone but is a fresh take on the underdog trying to make it big story."Why can't we have 8 mile but with a fat **** guy?", we asked and chosen delivered. Violent and sexy and kinda messed up, but in a good way.would love another season at some point!
Chozen shows he’s still got the goods, and his prison years have given him rich material. Among other things, he declares rap needs to be more inclusive, which lays a serious message under the gags. Second, everything gets a lot cruder, an understandable decision that could downshift the show from unique to routine.
There are a few amusing lines in the multiple episodes previewed.... Yet while the series ostensibly appears compatible with its lead-in “Archer,” there’s an art to being aggressively obnoxious, and other than pushing the boundaries of young-male-oriented animation, the similarity pretty well ends there.
This show is amazing! I feel like it might not appeal to people outside of the target audience, but I also think it's good that there is a cartoon who's target audience isn't straight males. The jokes are funny, and the songs are mostly actually really good.
Found the storyline, plot development and quirkiness more compelling than the jokes themselves. The use of light-hearted rhetoric and unadulterated same-sex relationships strikes a stake into the hearts of older generations who expect culture to be served on a platter. I'm impressed by the shows accurate display of the many insecurities young people now face the second they cut the umbilical cord. My main criticism is the lack of depth in humour which will likely be the shows downfall.
The Unsupervised that Chozen replaced at least made some attempts on satire and making a clear message about today society. Chozen feels so detached from reality, its really hard to feel any connection to the main characters. The prison life is portrayed like a paradise for **** men, apparently you can rent rappers for children birthday and the college students do everything but study, and drug dealers are just everywhere.
At the very least, the voice acting and animation is impressive, but the rap songs don't get to me - they are mundane and generic.