The series will feature Jack McBrayer playing a version of himself who was the child star of a Lassie-like series and Triumph, the dog who went into the world of decadence and took Jack with him. 15 years later, Jack managed to put his life together until Triumph came back into his life.
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|TV Channel:||Adult Swim|
It's at its funniest when it moves out of the studio and into the world, where Triumph does his rude-dog-on-the-street act, like a canine Billy Eichner channeling what is not yet the ghost of Don Rickles. There is something actually audacious about these bits but also genuinely fun; you're let in on the game.Los Angeles Times Full Review
The show is hilarious with a capital If: It’s hilarious If you like Triumph the Insult Comic Dog.The New York Times Full Review
Truly funny interactions between Triumph and celebrities in the field get dropped into the studio-based inanity. The studio stuff is often dull, less funny and pathetically produced; it looks like some of the movies I made in high school.Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Full Review
Mirroring the kind of shtick he’s done for Conan, Triumph proceeds to insult fading luminaries like Hulk Hogan, William Shatner and “Star Trek: The Next Generation’s” Brent Spiner (“You’ve clearly been aging at warp speed”). It’s a taste of what Triumph fans have come to savor over the years, but also so much livelier and better than what came before that it’s hard not to wish they’d scrap the sitcom conceit and simply feature Triumph in these situations.Variety Full Review