What happens when you place a group of people with very different personalities together and have them work with each other to navigate challenging situations? More often than not, we can expect loads of bickering (and even some physical fights!), followed by a tiny hint of agreement from one of the characters’ supposed sworn enemies in the team.
Before you know it, our favourite group of misfits is coming together to make the dream work. Here are six amusing shows about misfits working through their differences together.
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Set in the year 2092, the crew of spaceship Victory struggles to agree on anything except for money. Helmed by the mysterious feisty Captain Jang (Kim Tae-ri), genius stubborn space pilot Tae-ho (Song Joong-ki), an empathetic ex drug-dealer spaceship engineer Tiger Park (Jin Sun-kyu), and an intelligent impulsive reprogrammed military robot Bubs (Yoo Hai-jin) make up the Victory crew, who are no doubt the best space sweepers to exist in the universe.
However, the confident and united front they put on soon vanishes as they are faced with a moral dilemma that forces the crew to put aside their differences and check their egos at the door to save humanity’s last hope.
Oh boy, where do we even begin? Seven kids, each with their own unique superpowers were adopted by a billionaire industrialist. Based on the comic series of the same name, these unlikely heroes aptly named Numbers 1 to 7, embark on a journey to save the world from the destruction caused by one of their own (spoiler alert: Elliot Page as Number 7, The White Violin).
Every decision one makes seems to infuriate the others and as much as they would love to not be involved with each other, the Umbrella Academy must now find a way to undo the damage due to the disruption of the timeline.
Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) is one of a kind. And with that, we mean immature, selfish, boastful… you get the drill. As one of the leading detectives in New York’s Nine-Nine unit, Jake reports to Captain Raymond Holt (Andre Braugher), famous for being super stoic and has no idea how metaphors work, which means that the amount of times they clash is more often than any one of us have used the word ‘cool’ in our lives.
It still baffles us that the Nine-Nine team manages to solve ALL, if not most of the city’s crimes, with the help of an uptight Amy Santiago (Melissa Fumero), an extremely angry Rosa Diaz (Stephanie Beatriz), an emotional Terry Jeffords (Terry Crew), and of course, the glorious Gina Linetti (Chelsea Peretti).
James (Alex Lawther) and Alyssa’s (Jessica Barden) relationship is one hell of a rollercoaster ride. The petite yet tenacious Alyssa might seem like an odd match for James, who comes off kind of meek and gullible, but as we grow with the pair, we will come to understand that opposites attract.
Just when things seem to be going north for a bit, Bonnie (Naomi Ackie), comes right in to ruffle a few feathers. What will happen to the trio remains unclear for now but what we do know is that trouble is like an obsessed ex-lover, never giving you up.
Greendale Community College is probably not even a certified higher learning institution. But hey, with ex-lawyer-with-a-fake-degree Jeff Winger, (Joe McHale), hypocritical activist Britta Perry (Gillian Jacobs), walking encyclopedia of pop culture Abed Nadir (Danny Pudi), and overachiever Annie Edison (Alison Brie) enrolled in the seriously questionable Ben Chang’s (Ken Jeong) Spanish classes, we’re in.
Nevermind the oddly behaved Dean, Craig Pelton (Jim Rash), this group of dysfunctional adult students seem to always cause trouble that also doubles as a solution to their problems. Confused yet intrigued? Yeah, us too.
What would you do if everyone in your residential building transformed into monsters before your own eyes? Reclusive high school student Cha Hyun-su (Song Kang) must now fight for survival by working with fellow residents he barely knows such as Pyeon Sang-wook, a notorious gangster, Seo Yi-kyeong, a former firefighter with a dark secret, and Lee Eun-hyuk, a cold-hearted medical student, amongst others.
No one knows what turns a person into a monster, but there’s a chance of avoiding the same fate. The catch? Don’t let the monsters out there get to you first…
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