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Jon Glaser Loves Gear

Jon Glaser Loves Gear is American Comedy TV series. Stars: Jon Glaser, Charlie Jones, John Hodgman. It premiered on Oct 26, 2016, on truTV. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.1 *.


How Many Seasons Of Jon Glaser Loves Gear Have There Been: 2 (20 episodes)

Season 3


Season 2

Season premieres on January 9, 2019

Finale: March 11, 2019

truTV, 10 episodes

Season 1

Season premieres on October 26, 2016

Finale: December 21, 2016

truTV, 10 episodes

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Jon Glaser Loves Gear Show Time

Jon Glaser Loves Gear is on truTV (United States) Wednesdays at 6 pm

Last episode:

Season 2 Episode 10 (Skydiving) - Air Date: Mar 11, 2019 (8 months ago)

News & Interviews

'Jon Glaser Loves Gear' S2 premieres this month; Jon playing stand-up shows, too - Brooklyn Vegan - by Brooklynvegan

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Jon Glaser Loves Gear Season 2: What To Expect - Den of Geek US - via Denofgeek

In spite of this, episodes are still full of such outlandish ‘brevs and terminology, as everything gets steeped through Jon’s dumb point of view. Jon was a loser and idiot in season one, but he’s even worse this year, and everyone seems to be aware of it but him. This season depicts a much more helpless, oblivious side of Jon, which makes for an interesting ingredient to the show.

'Jon Glaser Loves Gear' Trailer Is Half 'Top Gear,' Half 'Delocated' - UPROXX - according to Uproxx

It starts off in a seemingly conventional manner: Quick cuts of our host doing cool things and looking at cool stuff. Then comes the bit where you learn he has to cast his wife on the show since she wants nothing to do with it, and the visit to the technologically advanced sex shop. And also “Geari,” a Siri knockoff which apparently will serve as his enabler whenever he decides to spend far too much on something he’ll never use.


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