Idiotsitter is American Comedy TV series. Created by Jillian Bell. Produced by Central Productions. Stars: Jillian Bell, Charlotte Newhouse, Stephen Root. Also known as Няня для идиотки in Russia. It premiered on Jan 14, 2016, on Comedy Central. The series has 6.3 * rating by IMDb.
How Many Seasons Of Idiotsitter Is There: 2 (17 episodes)
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Season premieres on June 10, 2017
Finale: June 17, 2017
Comedy Central, 10 episodes
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Season premieres on January 14, 2016
Finale: March 17, 2016
Comedy Central, 10 episodes
Idiotsitter is on Comedy Central (United States) Saturdays at 8 pm
S2E7 (School's Out) - Air Date: Jun 17, 2017 (3 years ago)
Idiotsitter: Season Two Renewal for Comedy Central Series - canceled TV shows - TV Series Finale - by Tvseriesfinale
“Idiotsitter,” which wrapped its first season in March, concluded with Gene (played by Bell) receiving her GED and she and Billie (played by Newhouse), in handcuffs. The duo will be moving on to their next adventure, a college campus, in season two.
Idiotsitter: Season Two; Comedy Central Series Gets New Premiere Date - canceled TV shows - TV Series Finale - according to Tvseriesfinale
Th comedy follows Billie Brown (Charlotte Newhouse), a struggling Ive League graduate who winds up babysitting Gene Russell (Jillian Bell), an out-of-control adult. The cast also includes Stephen Root, Elizabeth De Razzo, Jennifer Elise Cox, and Steve Berg.
Workaholics, Broad City, Tosh.0, Idiotsitter: Comedy Central Announces Winter Premieres - canceled TV shows - TV Series Finale - by Tvseriesfinale
“Swag-A-Saurus,” starring “hood adjacent” comedian James Davis, returns to give viewers a weekly lesson about some of today’s hottest slang, including THOT, F*ckboy, and “Netflix and Chill.” Each week, Davis breaks down a term from the slang lexicon in hilarious fashion, enlightening fans to what they’ve been pretending to know all along.
Last Night's 'Idiotsitter' Took Place in a Non-Binary World - Inverse - according to Inverse
The noteworthy part of the episode, though, is how Gene, her father, and her stepmother react to a transgender identity entering their insular, affluent world — or rather, how they barely react. Dan never explicitly states that he is a transgender man, but it’s implied since he used to be named Dianne. At no point in the episode, however, does anyone question or mull over his identity: Gene immediately accepts him as her mother, never asking Dan a single question about the fact that he is a man. Gene’s dad barely addresses his ex-wife’s gender when Gene invites Dan into the house — his angry outburst is merely a reaction to seeing his ex. Even Gene’s stepmom, who seems too stupid to have a thought that lasts for more than five seconds, invites Dan into enjoy a “mom-osa” for Mother’s Day, not thinking twice about his gender. There aren’t many qualities in Idiotsitter’s characters that we should try to emulate, but their apparent blindness to gender is definitely one of them.