It would have been easier to say Sons of Tucson "sucks," but I wouldn't want that to be confused for my review of this funny new Fox comedy series, which comes from an out gay executive producer Todd Holland, formerly of Malcolm in the Middle. (One of that series' young stars, Justin Berfield, is all grown up now and another exec producer of Sons.)
But I had to post this, my favorite piece of graft so far at the TCA conference. (And yes, it's prickly pear flavored!)
Starring Tyler Labine, late of Reaper, Sons of Tucson premieres on FOX on Sunday, March 14 at 9:30 Eastern.
In television, Jim co-created an original animated pilot for the Disney Channel, and contributed comic material to four annual Oscar-themed comedy specials airing on Comedy Central, hosted by his partner, Frank DeCaro of The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. In 2010, Jim and Frank's comedic music video with Fredrick Ford, "Betty White Lines" went viral, and was featured on The Today Show and CNN's Showbiz Tonight.
Jim has written for entertainment media since his days as the Film Editor for The Daily Pennsylvanian, the college newspaper at the University of Pennsylvania, where he graduated with a degree in marketing from the Wharton School of Business. Originally from Wayne, New Jersey, he now lives in Los Angeles with Frank and their mischievous Boston terrier, Gabby.