Parents' Guide to

Shoresy

By Jenny Nixon, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Off-the-wall sports comedy has profanity, raunchy jokes.

TV Hulu Comedy 2022
Poster art for the comedy series Shoresy on Hulu. A man in a black hockey jersey with a bulldog on it is pictured from the chest up, with a wide grin on his face which reveals a missing tooth. The background is a solid dark blue.

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Scrappy sports teams clawing their way to victory is a well-worn tale (Slap Shot, Bad News Bears), and this series amps the premise up to 11 with extra-large dollops of profanity and bathroom humor. Shoresy will feel familiar to fans of its parent show, Letterkenny, as it shares a similar sensibility in terms of parodying small town life -- here, the hockey-obsessed burg of Sudbury -- with rapid-fire dialogue and quirky characters.

They may be surprised, however, at the fairly conventional storyline employed here, and by the fact that the series actually manages to humanize a character that was previously known mainly for making bathroom noises and hurling insults. Comprised of just six half-hour episodes, the show flies by and should be an enjoyable experience for fans of edgy humor and off-the-wall antics.

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