- Fubar marks Arnold Schwarzenegger’s first show as a leading actor
- The series received a mediocre response from critics and viewers
- Fans can now watch Fubar on Netflix
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s first-ever series, Fubar, which has been in the news for a long time, has finally been released online. Ever since the release of the trailer, the series has garnered attention, and fans have been eagerly waiting for the same, owing to its interesting premise. Below are the details about the release:
Fubar: OTT Release Details
Fans can now watch Fubar on Netflix. Details regarding the same were shared officially on social media platforms.
FUBAR is now on Netflix! https://t.co/xuPUmpOe7f
— Netflix (@netflix) May 25, 2023
Fubar: Cast and Crew
Created by Nick Santora, Fubar features an interesting line-up that includes Arnold Schwarzenegger, Monica Barbaro, Jay Baruchel, Aparna Brielle, and more. The production is backed by a team of executive producers, including Nick Santora, Scott Sullivan, Adam Higgs, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and many others. The series’ cinematography has been done by Craig Wrobleski and produced as a collaborative effort between production companies Blackjack Films and Skydance Television. Fubar has a total of eight episodes with a run-time of 45 to 59 minutes.
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Fubar: Trailer and Premise
Presented as an action-adventure thriller, the series revolves around Luke and his daughter, both CIA agents, unaware of each others’ positions. They have been living in a web of deception, unbeknownst to each other. When the truth finally comes to light, a startling revelation dawns upon them: despite their close bond, they remain oblivious to each other’s true identities and the lives they lead. Suddenly faced with this realization, Luke and Emma are confronted with the daunting task of discovering who they truly are beneath the veils of secrecy that have shrouded their relationship.
Fubar: Pre-release Buzz
Arnold Schwarzenegger embarks on a groundbreaking venture as he takes on his inaugural leading role in a scripted live-action television series. The exciting announcement was made in mid-2020 when the production house revealed their plans to develop an untitled spy television series, marking Arnold’s highly anticipated debut in the world of television. Production commenced in April 2022, with the captivating city of Antwerp, Belgium, serving as the primary filming location, centred around the picturesque Grote Markt.
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Fubar: Review and IMDb Rating
The series received mediocre reviews and mentioned that the talented ensemble cast has skillfully delivered amusing encounters. However, the show’s repetitive and chaotic premise undermines the cast’s performances. While the comedic payoffs generally work well, they can be somewhat predictable, diminishing the impact of the physical humour. The show’s title accurately reflects the relentless string of mishaps; however, the frequency of these misfortunes becomes evident, making them less surprising and, consequently, less humorous. Despite this flaw, Fubar still manages to entertain with its enjoyable interactions and occasional moments that transcend clichés. Users on IMDb have given Fubar a rating of 8.3/10.