In a biological research company, a son with social problems is forced to work for the company of his father, an extremely eccentric and exotic man to save him from disaster.
"Unstable," a new TV show, is one of the better ones I've seen in a while, and I just finished watching season one. This program has a lot to offer, and it stars the father-and-son acting duo Rob Lowe and John Owen Lowe.
As the eccentric and exotic father in a biological research firm, Rob Lowe is as endearing as ever. His engaging persona and the interactions he has with his son, John Owen Lowe, who is socially awkward, are the core of the program.
The son is coerced into working for his father's business as part of the show's plot to protect him from failure. The concept is interesting and provides the foundation for a lot of drama, both heart and humor.
The sitcom "Unstable" never takes itself too seriously and its smart humor is quick and acerbic. This makes it the ideal show for binge-watching because it's simple to get absorbed in the episodes and lose track of time.
Even though some of the show's characters can come across as stupid, I have faith that they will change and improve in forthcoming seasons. The program has a lot of opportunity to explore the characters' relationships in greater depth, and I'm excited to see where the plot takes us.
Whether "Unstable" will endure Netflix's history of one-and-done programming is the big concern on everyone's mind. Although it's difficult to say for sure, I believe the show has a strong shot.
For everyone who appreciates drama, emotion, and humor all bundled into one, "Unstable" is a must-watch. I urge you to give this show a chance