A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Family, growing up, and wrestling are all themes.
Positive Role Models
Big Show is a larger-than-life wrestler, but also a loving and gentle husband and parent.
Violence & Scariness
Occasional scenes of Big Show wrestling. On rare occasion, Big Show loses his temper and roughs people up, but the act itself isn't shown, and it's dealt with humorously. Occasional bruises and bandages are visible.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Some conversations about dating.
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Products & Purchases
The show is produced by the WWE, and the logo is sometimes visible.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that The Big Show Show is a sitcom starring WWE professional wrestler Big Show playing a fictional version of himself. There are some WWE promotional posters visible, as well as a lot of playful wrestling references. Brief clips of Big Show's performances in the ring are occasionally shown, but it's not common. However, sometimes characters get pushed roughly, and we hear sounds of someone getting roughed up wrestling-style (but the act isn't visible). Outside of this, it's a lighthearted show with some positive messages about family.
Is It Any Good?
The sweet family comedy features wrestler Big Show playing a fictionalized version of himself as a very sensitive husband and a father. As his family copes with mishaps that are usually created, or made worse, by Big Show's interference, they all remain close, and manage to come together in the end. Meanwhile, there's lots of wrestling references, and pro wrestlers like Mick Foley, Mark Henry, and Rikishi make appearances throughout. Sometimes fun celebs like Queer Eye's Tan France join the fray. It's not the funniest or most original of shows, but The Big Show Show is certainly a positive one.
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