The Pentaverate: Season 1 (2022)


Season 1
The Pentaverate

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After a long absence from the screen, Mike Myers returns with an overstuffed farce wherein he plays eight different characters -- but unfortunately, almost none of them are funny.

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Air date: May 5, 2022

Canadian reporter Ken Scarborough seeks out a hard-hitting story to save his job; a new face is asked to join a centuries-old secret society.

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Air date: May 5, 2022

As the Meadows draws near, professor Clark attempts a scientific breakthrough, a guest investigates Jason's death, and Ken endures a painful test.

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Air date: May 5, 2022

At Pentaverate headquarters, a billionaire high roller arrives amid news of another death; Ken embeds with the guards and is sent on a risky mission.

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Air date: May 5, 2022

To retrieve the Parce Clavem, Ken heads to Dubrovnik, where a tricky challenge awaits; a mysterious man and a helicopter ride upend Ken's plans.

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Air date: May 5, 2022

After Patty's smarts prove invaluable, the Pentaverate races to the Meadows to stop a diabolical plan, while Ken and Reilly are taken hostage on a jet.

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Air date: May 5, 2022

At the Meadows, Ken strips down before rallying the guards into action; he seeks to stop the Pentaverate from falling into nefarious hands.

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Cast & Crew

Mike Myers
Ken Scarborough, Anthony Lansdowne, Rex Smith, Lord Lordington, Bruce Baldwin, Mishu Ivanov, Shep Gordon, Jason Eccleston

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Jennifer Saunders
The Maester of Dubrovnik, The Saester of Dubrovnik

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Ken Jeong
Skip Cho

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Keegan-Michael Key
Dr. Hobart Clark

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Debi Mazar
Patty Davis

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Richard McCabe
Exalted Pikeman Higgins

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Lydia West
Reilly Clayton

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Mike Myers
Executive Producer
Tim Kirkby
Executive Producer
John S. Lyons
Executive Producer
Tony Hernandez
Executive Producer
Lilly Burns
Executive Producer
Jason Weinberg
Executive Producer
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Critic Reviews for The Pentaverate: Season 1

Audience Reviews for The Pentaverate: Season 1

  • 5h ago
    This sort of humour and quirkiness really jives with me.
  • 5h ago
    It was a fun ride , entertainment enogh for me 10/10
  • 1d ago
    I thought the show was absolutely hilarious, and extremely clever. Some of the effort that went into completely trolling some of these conspiracy theorist, with also basing the entire plot on having the fact that some nut job conspiracy theory turned out to be completely and totally true, I thought it was absolute genius especially in light of everything that we've sat through in the last year and a half with heavy exposure to people‘s bizarre ideas getting propagated through social media and news. I really could've done without some of the very pedestrian and unneeded toilet humor, with the exception of Sasquatch, which was gross it's still pretty funny. I felt like they rushed through the introduction and connection to some of the characters which I would've appreciated things being a little bit more common natural with, specifically the girl in the supporting role, She was so sweet and super cool, and I really would've enjoyed them taking their time with her a little bit more. All in all, even this was clearly meant to be very tongue-in-cheek, and intentionally goofy it was really awesome. In a time where everything seems to have taken itself way too seriously to have somebody put out a show that was over-the-top hilarious and clearly doesn't give a fuck, it was completely refreshing and I want to see a lot more of this. Some of the little side jokes like they did with Keegan Michael key, and a couple other characters were fantastic and I just thought were so funny and so meta. Even though some of the production values seem to be a little bit rushed, Mike Myers clearly put a lot of energy and effort into this to try to make it be something that you could watch more than once and really enjoy. It's so nice to see him back at it again and it just makes me feel bummed out that I haven't seen more from him in the interim. Because he still has it, and he is still absolutely hilarious, and the style of irreverent humor is so needed right now.
  • 2d ago
    It's fine, it would have been way better without the poop jokes, they were the most out of place jokes, ruined the flow of story with no real added value.
  • 2d ago
    Wow! Total trash. Its like woke Austin Powers. Mike Meyes is not funny anymore. Mike you're fired. No plot, not funny. I dont know what elese to say but shit that was really bad.
  • 3d ago
    Filled with dry humor that will go over the heads of many. It pokes fun at the United States, which I'm sure many won't find funny. The writing is wonderfully clever and utterly humorous.
  • 3d ago
    Not on Austin Powers' level, but close enough for a binge. Hilariously raunchy.
  • 3d ago
    That was definitely a disappointment. I was anxious to see what was going on in the Mike Meyers brain and do some laughing. Ugh. No laughs, just nodding off in boredom.
  • 3d ago
    You know. I really think Mike had a great character and messed it up. I like Ken Scarborough. I'd have loved to see him simply just go to local ironic Canadian festivals and make the most ridiculous most dad jokey groaners out and just try to fit into a modern day. But we got another Austin powersy kinda thing. As a Canadian I can appreciate a good Canadian joke. I also enjoyed the censorship jokes. Ken Jeong and Keegan Micheal Kay were funny. I'd have preferred my pitch but it's better than the love Guru.
  • 4d ago
    This show is what many of us thought we wanted from Mike Myers, but we found out that - as time goes by - humor changes. Imagine a friend from junior high, when you were 13 years old, and that one guy in your class cracked one joke after the other, and it was absolutely hilarious! This guy just absolutely crushed it! 25 years later you meet the same guy, and he cracks the same old jokes. - "Pull my finger" - "now that's gonna linger" pokes you repeatedly for 5 minutes - "Do you smell popcorn?" - "you remember when our teachers checked on us in the hall way? haha, that - but it's a yeti, and he poops!" The jokes feel very Mike Myers, but also very 20 years ago. I wish I could muster some nostalgia and laugh. But I really can't. Got it? That was kind of a "--- not!" joke! It's about as funny as watching Myers try to do what he did literally 20 years ago. I can watch some Monty Python sketches and laugh, even though I have seen them 100 times - but watching this feels like a school play trying to recapture what made the original thing funny.

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