Calling back to the sitcoms of the 90s, “Game On!: A Comedy Crossover” will bring together four of Netflix’s original sitcoms for a special event.
In this series, the worlds of “Mr. Iglesias,” “Family Reunion,” “Ashley Garcia: Genius in Love” and “The Big Show Show” will collide with one another. Though the trailer for the crossover doesn’t show much of a plot, it looks like one plot will revolve around the cast of “Ashley Garcia: Genius in Love” and “Family Reunion” competing in a contest with one another and the other having the titular “Mr. Iglesias” meet The Big Show.
The crossover assumes that the viewer is a fan of each series. So, if you want to watch but don’t know anything about the series, here is a quick description of each.
As the school year ends, high school history teacher Mr. Iglesias, played by Gabriel Iglesias, finds out that a number of his students have failed and thanks to the assistant principal, played by Oscar Nunez, will be counseled out. However, Mr. Iglesias refuses to allow these students to be treated this way and works with them to help them realize their full potential.
To watch “Mr. Iglesias” on Netflix, click here.
Former football player Moz McKellan, played by Anthony Alabi, and his wife Cocoa McKellan, played by Tia Mowry, bring their family on a trip from Seattle, Washington to Columbus, Georgia for a family reunion. After attending, the McKellans decide to move to Columbus permanently to stay closer with family. However, this puts the family in conflict with Moz’s mother, played by Loretta Devine, who clash over parenting styles.
To watch “Family Reunion” on Netflix, click here.
“Ashley Garcia: Genius in Love”
15-year-old genius Ashley Garcia, played by Paulina Chavez, moves in with her Uncle Victor, played by Jencarlos Canela, as she begins a job at NASA. However, feeling that she has missed out on her childhood, Ashley connects with her childhood best friend Brooke, played by Bella Podaras, to teach her how to be a normal teenager and make friends her own age.
To watch “Ashley Garcia: Genius in Love” on Netflix, click here.
“The Big Show Show”
After going into retirement from a successful wrestling career, Paul Wight, played by himself, must adjust to life at home. However, Paul soon discovers that raising three daughters may be harder than he realized.
To watch “The Big Show Show” on Netflix, click here.