"The People's Couch" invites viewers to watch other people watching TV. The voyeuristic series brings cameras into the living rooms of real people as they watch and react to TV shows and news from the last week. The people who publicly laugh and scream at their TVs include sisters Amanda and Kenya, who sit on an L-shaped couch; friends Blake, Scott and Emerson, who live on the edge of a white couch; sisters Cathy and Destiney, who have a bunch of pillows on their sofa; the Egber family -- dad Andrew, mom Julie and sons Sam and Jack -- whose "couch" is actually a bed; and writing partners Julie and Brandy, who are situated on a love seat for platonic friends. The unscripted series is based on the U.K. show "Gogglebox."
Type: Talk Show
Runtime: 60 minutes
The People's Couch - The Couch Trip - Netflix
The Couch Trip is a 1988 American comedy film directed by Michael Ritchie. It stars Dan Aykroyd, Walter Matthau, Charles Grodin and Donna Dixon.
The People's Couch - Home media - Netflix
Although the film was a flop at the box office, it did well on home video.
The People's Couch - References - Netflix