As the revival of "The Tick" hits Amazon Prime on Aug. 25, star Peter Serafinowicz discusses the legacy of the Big Blue Bug of Justice.
The giant blue seeker of justice is back! Fifteen years after the cult fave live-action superhero comedy 'The Tick' lived out its all too brief stint on Fox, Ben Edlund’s spoof returns as a new Amazon pilot in which The Tick and his sidekick Arthur become actual superheroes.
There is so much talent involved in the new sitcom Crowded, I’m inclined to take its almost total lack of laughs as a fluke, a quirk, a harmless little bump in the road in the careers of stars Patrick Warburton and Carrie Preston, creator Suzanne Martin, the likable young performer Miranda Cosgrove (iCarly), and the fine actors who help fill out the supporting cast, Stacey Keach and Carlease Burke. The premise: Just as Warburton’s Mike and Preston’s Marina think they’ve got a nice empty nest, their two grown daughters (Cosgrove and Mia Serafino) move back in, and Mike’s parents (Keach and Burke) decide not to retire to Florida.