Dad Stop Embarrassing Me!: Season 1

Dad Stop Embarrassing Me!: Season 1

Dad Stop Embarrassing Me!: Season 1

Oscar-winner Jamie Foxx creates and stars in this family sit-com as a single dad learning the ropes of fatherhood when his strong-minded teenage daughter moves in.

2021USA
Comedy

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1
14 April 2021

#BlackPeopleDontGoToTherapy

After Sasha moves in with Brian, a mortifying misunderstanding with a therapist forces them to confront their issues with each other.

EPISODE 1.2
14 April 2021

#Godastamaste

When Sasha reveals she doesn't believe in God, the family takes her to a church service led by an extravagant reverend. Later, she confides in Stacy.

EPISODE 1.3
14 April 2021

#YeezysAndShrimp

Waiting in line to cop exclusive kicks, Sasha struggles to keep it low-key when Brian shows up with a tent, grill and karaoke machine.

EPISODE 1.4
14 April 2021

#NipplesOrNuts

Brian tracks Sasha on his phone and catches her in a lie. When he sees Brodie with other girls, he takes matters into his own hands.

EPISODE 1.5
14 April 2021

#TheMotherPucker

Sasha's social media video goes viral when a new BAY Cosmetics product causes an adverse reaction — and Brian becomes an Internet sensation himself.

EPISODE 1.6
14 April 2021

#ThrillaOnTheGrilla

At the family’s annual Juneteenth cookout, Pops faces off against his siblings for a BBQ showdown. Sasha sneaks off to a block party with Brian's truck.

EPISODE 1.7
14 April 2021

#RichDadWokeDad

Inspired by Floyd Mayweather's book, Brian switches up his parenting style. But when Sasha acts strangely, Brian looks to a drug test for answers.

EPISODE 1.8
14 April 2021

#MaybeItsBAYBelline

Brian receives an unexpected business offer. Pops tries online dating. After being racially profiled, Sasha and her friends are harassed by police.

Dad Stop Embarrassing Me!: Season 1 / Reviews

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

It doesn’t help that the series looks about as cheap and sparse as a WB sitcom, with conspicuous product placement clogging up the screen.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Still reaches for the same old after-school special plotlines that family sitcoms have been wheeling out since time immemorial.

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CNN

CNN

It's pretty much everything the exclamation point would suggest -- a star-driven exercise that's loud but not very good.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

It’s both too much and not enough...

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Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago Sun-Times

Has a sunny and light tone and features a tremendously likable cast, but it comes across as a hackneyed and surprisingly uninspired...

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Decider

Decider

There is a germ of a good overall show there...

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Variety

Variety

There's almost something soothing about how predictable it is...

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San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

The show has a warmth that accrues with each episode, making the densely packed gags almost incidental.

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