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After a plane crashes on a remote island, two best friends, and a diverse group of survivors cope with dangerous threats (many of which they cause). The two best friends, Danny and Owen, have a chance to redeem their mediocre lives by becoming leaders of this new society.
With impossible-to-like characters, annoying overacting, and a satirical tone that's about as accomplished as a fiery airplane wreckage, TBS's new sitcom Wrecked is simply never the one thing it needed to be: consistently funny.
Wrecked looks good. That it's shot and scored (and much of the time acted) as if it were a drama - not exaggeratedly dramatic, with a wink, but played straight - gives the silliness some substance and makes watching a pleasure.
Because much of the humor stems from the characters' stereotypically opposing personalities, it doesn't take long to predict how scenes will play out, and then the whole production feels trite instead of edgy.