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Space Force (TV Series)

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The Resume

    (May 29, 2020-February 18, 2022)
    Comedy series
    Netflix original series
    Created by Greg Daniels and Steve Carell
    Steve Carell as General Mark R. Naird
    John Malkovich as Dr. Adrian Mallory
    Ben Schwartz as F. Tony Scarapiducci
    Diana Silvers as Erin Naird
    Tawny Newsome as Captain Angela Ali
    Jimmy O. Yang as Dr. Chan Kaifang
    Don Lake as Brigadier General Bradley Gregory
    Premise: A group of six people involved in the progress of the creation of the U.S. Space Force military branch

Why Space Force (TV Series) might be annoying:

    Its workplace humor is very dry in its first season and also contains subpar political satire.
    Its second season has seven episodes, which is less than the first season's number of 10 episodes.
    President Donald Trump wanted to change the Air Force Space Command's name to 'Space Force' to get it trademarked, but Netflix got the rights of the name in the first place.
    The 'F' in F. Tony Scarapiducci's name doesn't stand for anything as he's always nicknamed 'Fuck Tony.'
    Netflix canceled it after a two season run and left it on a cliffhanger.
    It doesn't have a reason why Mark R. Naird's wife, Maggie (played by Lisa Kudrow) is in prison.
    General Naird treated Dr. Mallory with very little respect.
    Despite being set in Wild Horse, Colorado, it has mountains being seen around even though the real Wild Horse is actually located in a flat area in eastern Colorado.

Why Space Force (TV Series) might not be annoying:

    It was nominated for four Emmys.
    Its first episode, 'The Launch' was dedicated to the memory of Fred Willard, who played Mark R. Naird's father, Fred, but died before the show was released.
    Steve Carell came up with the title of the show.
    It is a sitcom with a high concept.
    Unlike the first season, its second season was praised with positive reviews from critics and viewers alike.
    Paul Lieberstein was the writer behind the episode, 'It's Good to Be Back on the Moon' and was also a producer for a few episodes.
    Patton Oswalt, Terry Crews, Jane Lynch, Kaitlin Olson, Diedrich Bader, Roy Wood Jr., Larry Joe Campbell and Patrick Warburton made cameo appearances on the show.
    Greg Daniels and Steve Carell, creators of the U.S. version of 'The Office', worked on the show together throughout its run.

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    In 2023, Out of 4 Votes: 75.00% Annoying