Are you prepared for a brand new car-themed tv present? It has been a minute since we had , enjoyable drama that includes cool automobiles doing wild stunts. Admittedly, this new present from NBC would not seem like a lot within the wild stunts division. But it surely’s a sitcom, so it might no less than be enjoyable.
This system is named American Auto, and this is the premise based on NBC:
Set in Detroit, the company executives of Payne Motors are at a crossroads: adapt to the altering instances or be despatched to the junkyard. Shaking issues up is the brand new CEO, whose management, expertise, and savvy is simply barely offset by her full lack of information about automobiles. Fortunately, her crew has a number of the greatest minds within the enterprise – once they aren’t preventing or making an attempt to outwit one another. From the company workplace to the manufacturing facility flooring, the crew of Payne Motors is driving house the laughs.
So, we’ve got a CEO who is aware of nothing about automobiles, working with a crew of folks that in all probability do not know automobiles both, and as you do with sitcoms, hilarity ensues. Tv veteran and Saturday Evening Stay alum Anna Gasteyer is listed because the star, presumably holding the function of the auto-inept CEO. The brief teaser clip on the prime of the article offers us a style of what to anticipate, however for anybody who’s labored within the wacky world of automotive advertising with a serious producer, heed this warning. The dialogue of auto names depicted within the clip would possibly hit a bit too near house for a few of you.
Other than this 40-second clip, what you see is what you get. We’ve not heard anything on the present, although NBC says a particular preview will happen on December 13. The Internet Movie Database (IMDB) lists three episodes to date, with the pilot airing on – you guessed it – December 13.
Will the present catch on with car-loving audiences? If this teaser is any indication, let’s simply say we’re holding out for one other teaser earlier than drawing additional conclusions.