The day's final broadcast. The underdog's best friend.
Attention nocturnals, visionaries, escapists and dreamers - not to mention angry loners, the socially inept, adults living in their parents' basements and those with Peter Pan syndrome - The Tomorrow Show with Keven Undergaro is YOUR overnight broadcast featuring one celebrity boyfriend's mid-life crisis, a garage full of influencers, stars and oddities plus millennials in Star Trek costumes and more!
The boyfriend is Keven Undergaro. The celebrity is E! Host Maria Menounos. If you're a fan of Howard Stern you know a little about them - maybe too much and then maybe not enough. For Keven, the past few decades have been spent as a shut in, avoiding red carpets, Hollywood affairs and any kind of social life, in favor of working 24-7 on Maria's career and brand. To that point he created, amongst other things, a NY Times best selling book series, sold a few TV shows and launched the world's largest online broadcast network, AfterBuzz TV.
However, Keven's mid-life crisis is here. To cope, Maria suggested he buy a new Mustang but Kev wanted a 2003 Pontiac Aztek - the minvan Walter White drove in "Breaking Bad." Maria wasn't about to have that parked in her driveway. Instead, she invited Kev start a rock band or get a 22 year old mistress - knowing both were utterly impossible for him to achieve. Therefore, the only reasonable option was to host The Tomorrow Show. Having been forced to listen to 17 years of Keven's broken record rantings about career, his odd life-lessons based on sports, his warped analogies to, and peculiar emulations of, old TV and movie characters and his insane stories from his days working as a "carnie" and working in television, Maria was more than happy to "gift" (dump) all of the above onto like-minded fans, listeners and viewers alike. Thus, a set was built, a staff was assembled and Star Trek costumes were sewn - because if you're going to host a talk show, you might as well do so in style. Will The Tomorrow Show with Keven Undergaroinspire other mid-lifers and youth alike? Or will it merely entertain them as they watch one man's final spiral into madness and self destruction? The good news is all you need is a smartphone or access to the web to find out.