Kevin Can F**k Himself
Created byValerie Armstrong
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes16
Executive producers
Camera setup
Running time42–46 minutes
Production companies
  • Mr. D Productions
  • Thank You Sorry Thank You Productions
  • Le Train Train
  • AMC Studios
Original networkAMC
Original releaseJune 20, 2021 (2021-06-20) –
October 10, 2022 (2022-10-10)

Kevin Can F**k Himself[a] is an American dark comedy television series created by Valerie Armstrong, who also serves as an executive producer.

The first two episodes were made available on AMC+ on June 13, 2021, and the series premiered on AMC on June 20, 2021.[1] In August 2021, the series was renewed for a second season. In November 2021, AMC confirmed the series would end after two seasons. The second and final season premiered on August 22, 2022, on AMC and AMC+.[2]


Set in Worcester, Massachusetts, the show explores the life of Allison McRoberts, a woman struggling to redefine her life amid an unhappy marriage to her husband Kevin, an insensitive, unambitious man-child. The show presents contrasting perspectives of her experience: as a stereotypical sitcom wife when Allison is with her husband Kevin, shown with a multiple-camera setup and canned laughter, and as a woman navigating a difficult personal path, filmed in the single-camera setup more common to television dramas.[3]

Cast and characters





Each episode is released on AMC+ one week prior to the AMC broadcast date.[5]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
18June 20, 2021 (2021-06-20)August 1, 2021 (2021-08-01)
28August 22, 2022 (2022-08-22)October 10, 2022 (2022-10-10)

Season 1 (2021)

No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateU.S. viewers
11"Living the Dream"Oz RodriguezValerie ArmstrongJune 20, 2021 (2021-06-20)0.370[6]
Kevin Can F**k Himself follows the life of Allison McRoberts, who is unhappily married to her self-absorbed, irresponsible man-child husband, Kevin. As their tenth-year anniversary approaches, Kevin wants to throw his annual "Anniversa-rager" party with his father Pete, and his best friend Neil, to Allison's dismay. Allison reunites with her old high school friend, Sam, who has moved back to their hometown and now owns a diner. Allison wishes to leave her small-town community and move to a nicer house with Kevin; however, she learns from Neil's sister, Patty, that Kevin had secretly drained their bank account. Enraged by the news, Allison goes on a bender with Marcus, a local cocaine dealer. Returning home, Allison accidentally breaks Kevin's glass mug; she fantasizes stabbing Kevin in the neck with the glass shard.
22"New Tricks"Oz RodriguezDana Ledoux Miller & Kevin EttenJune 20, 2021 (2021-06-20)0.370[6]
Allison obsesses over the idea of murdering Kevin. At the library, Allison stumbles upon a dead man who has died of an OxyContin overdose. Inspired, Allison tries to buy Oxys from Marcus, hoping she can use the drugs to poison Kevin; Marcus refers Allison to a friend. Allison later meets with Marcus's friend, who tries to have sex with her; Allison learns that Marcus had told his friend that she was a prostitute. Allison visits Sam at his diner, and the two reflect on their past. Meanwhile, Kevin believes that their new neighbors have stolen his Belichick hoodie and he retaliates by setting their lawn on fire. In another attempt to buy the Oxys, Allison visits a local beauty salon, having been told that the business is a drug front. Allison is shocked to discover that Patty operates the salon.
33"We're Selling Washing Machines"Anna DokozaCraig DiGregorio & Noelle ValdiviaJune 27, 2021 (2021-06-27)0.324[7]
In flashbacks, Patty gets approached by her former classmate, Terrance, about selling generic drugs. Patty accepts Terrance's offer and begins selling the pills to her salon clients. In the present, Allison tells Patty that she wants to buy Oxys to get rid of a stalker; Patty reluctantly agrees to give Allison the drugs the following Monday. Allison continues to get harassed by Marcus; in response, Allison reports Marcus's drug dealings to the police. Marcus gets arrested and implicates Terrance; the police raid Terrance's pharmacy, putting Patty's business in jeopardy. Patty's boyfriend, Kurt, proposes to her. Kevin competes in a chili cook-off with Neil. Sam receives his eight-year chip in AA, and he invites Allison. Allison attends the AA meeting and reunites with Sam's wife, Jenn.
44"Live Free or Die"Anna DokozaMel ShimkovitzJuly 4, 2021 (2021-07-04)0.216[8]
Following the pharmacy bust, Patty gets questioned by Detective Tammy. Kevin, Neil and Pete open a themed escape room in Kevin’s basement. The plan goes wrong, with the escape room participants accidentally getting locked in the basement. Allison and Patty embark on a road trip to Vermont to buy the Oxys from a dealer named Red Rooster. In Vermont, Patty meets with the Red Rooster, who instead gives her a gun. Allison ends up trying to buy the drugs from a truck driver at a gas station; Patty pistol-whips the truck driver, mistakenly believing that he is the stalker. While driving home, Allison and Patty get pulled over by the police; Kevin had called the cops on Allison for failing to answer his phone calls. Following the incident, Allison confides to Patty about Kevin’s controlling behavior, and admits that she wanted the drugs to poison Kevin.
55"New Patty"Anna DokozaTom ScharplingJuly 11, 2021 (2021-07-11)0.222[9]
Patty reveals that she does not feel Allison would be capable of poisoning Kevin. Returning to Worcester, Patty expresses her mixed feelings over Kurt’s proposal. Realizing their relationship isn’t working, Kurt breaks up with Patty. Kevin, Neil and Pete attempt to replace Patty in the friend group which goes awry in various ways. It is revealed that Allison had successfully obtained the Oxy pills from the truck driver. She considers putting the drugs in Kevin's food, but ultimately decides not to. Allison quits her job at the liquor store and accepts a job offer at Sam’s diner, where she also begins a sexual affair with Sam. Patty gets blackmailed by Nick, the nephew of one of her clients. In light of Detective Tammy’s investigation, Patty suggests to Allison that they frame Kevin as the local drug dealer; they also consider hiring Nick as a hitman.
66"The Grand Victorian"Anna DokozaSean ClementsJuly 18, 2021 (2021-07-18)0.307[10]
Nick agrees to kill Kevin in exchange for $7,000, and the girls give him the Oxy pills as down payment. On his birthday, Kevin juggles two parties: a dinner at a fancy restaurant with Allison, and playing at the arcade next-door with Neil and Pete. Numerous events occur at the restaurant: Nick unexpectedly arrives, which worries Allison, though it is ultimately revealed that he works there as a busboy; Allison has an awkward reunion with Sam and Jenn; Sean Avery visits the restaurant and challenges Kevin to an eating contest. Patty agrees to accompany Detective Tammy to a work party; Detective Tammy reveals romantic interest in Patty. Allison confronts Nick, demanding to know the exact details of his plan to kill Kevin.
77"Broken"Anna DokozaValerie Armstrong, Craig DiGregorio & Kate LovelessJuly 25, 2021 (2021-07-25)0.261[11]
Allison and Nick plan out the murder: Nick will break into the house, stage a robbery and kill Kevin while Allison is out of town. In order to evade any suspicions from the police, Allison ends her affair with Sam and visits a fertility clinic, under the pretense that she and Kevin are trying for a baby; Neil later questions Kevin after discovering Allison’s fertility clinic pamphlet in the trash. Meanwhile, Patty pursues a romantic relationship with Detective Tammy. Following a tense dinner with Jenn's parents, Sam and Jenn get into an argument over Jenn's parents, the diner, and their marriage; Sam storms out. After being forced to flee town, Nick ultimately decides to kill Kevin a week earlier than planned, though he does not inform Allison. That night, Allison and Kevin hear Nick breaking into the house. Kevin leaves the room to investigate the noise; a loud gunshot is heard.
88"Fixed"Anna DokozaValerie ArmstrongAugust 1, 2021 (2021-08-01)0.337[8]
It is revealed that Kevin had shot Nick during the break-in and that Nick has been placed in a coma. After being praised by the townspeople for his actions, Kevin decides to run for local office. Allison and Patty attempt to frame Nick as the local dealer, planting the drugs and cash in his bedroom. Sam leaves Jenn and reveals to Allison that he wants to begin a genuine relationship with her; Allison refuses, stating that moving on with Sam would be “giving up.” After being interrogated by Detective Tammy, Allison manipulates Patty into checking Tammy’s notebook; Patty feels guilty for doing so, resulting in an argument between the two women. Neil, who is in the kitchen playing hide and seek with Kevin, hears the argument and learns of Allison’s plans to kill Kevin. Neil threatens to call Kevin. When Allison tries to grab his phone, he chokes her. Patty suddenly arrives and violently smashes a bottle over Neil's head, resulting in him bleeding on the ground.

Season 2 (2022)

No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateU.S. viewers
91"Mrs. McRoberts Is Dead"Anna DokozaValerie ArmstrongAugust 22, 2022 (2022-08-22)0.187[12]
Allison and Patty try to figure out what to do with Neil. They decide to take an unconscious Neil to the basement; they bind him and tie him up to a pole. The next morning, Neil returns to consciousness and lambasts both women for trying to kill Kevin. Against Allison's wishes, Patty takes Neil to the hospital for his bleeding; Patty calls Allison out for always playing the victim. Kevin and Pete film an advertisement for Kevin's political campaign, but Kevin receives a call from the mayor informing him that he's been disqualified from the running. Allison's aunt, Diane, confides to Allison about her husband Chuck, who has been cheating on her; Allison comforts Diane and takes her out for drinks. At the bar, Kevin's political advertisement plays on the television. To her dismay, Allison discovers that Kevin's commercial has gone viral, and Kevin is now a local celebrity. Allison figures out another way on how to get rid of Kevin—she will fake her own death.
102"The Way We Were"Anna DokozaCraig DiGregorioAugust 29, 2022 (2022-08-29)0.220[13]
Wanting to know how she can fake her own death, Allison tries to set up a meeting with Billy Terrell, a private investigator, but Billy demands that she pay $350 upfront. Unable to pay the $350, Allison tries to pawn off Kevin's Wade Boggs rookie card, but she discovers that Kevin had stolen the card eight years ago, making it worthless. Neil gets discharged from the hospital early; traumatized by the bottle incident, Neil breaks down in front of Patty. Kevin interviews with the local paper. Neil tries to warn Kevin about Allison's plot to murder him, but Kevin doesn't take him seriously. Tammy temporarily moves in with Patty when her power cuts out. However, Tammy is put off by Patty's withdrawn behavior and decides to leave. Patty confesses to Tammy that she's going through some things, but she still wants to be with Tammy. Allison gives Billy her valuable pearl necklace in exchange for his services; Billy accepts the offer.
113"Ghost"Anna DokozaSean Clements & Kate LovelessSeptember 5, 2022 (2022-09-05)0.150[14]
Allison meets with Billy at a mortuary that takes in dead bodies that nobody has claimed; Patty joins along, despite promising to join Tammy for game night. Patty finds a possible identity in Gertrude Fronch, a single woman with zero online presence and no close family or friends; Allison is reluctant. Neil is having trouble sleeping. Kevin hosts a super scary "Pal-o-ween", a Halloween tradition in which he and Neil watch horror movies together. When Allison and Patty return home, Kevin accidentally kicks the door into Allison's face, resulting in her cheek being swollen; Kevin blames her for scaring him. Following this, Allison ultimately agrees to take up Gertrude Fronch as her new identity. In flashbacks, it is revealed that Allison's mother had a similar arrogant personality akin to Kevin. Flashbacks also depict Allison meeting Patty, Neil and Kevin at a bar; Patty does not warn Allison about Kevin's true behavior.
124"Jesus, Allison"Anna DokozaGrace EdwardsSeptember 12, 2022 (2022-09-12)0.140[15]
Allison decides to throw a surprise birthday party for Patty, though Kevin believes it is a bad idea. Kevin gets Neil to distract Patty by taking her to an ice-skating rink for the day, while Tammy agrees to help Allison plan for the party despite their disagreements. Pete has a new girlfriend, Lorraine; Kevin dislikes Lorraine because she has an annoying laugh. Patty's surprise party is disastrous, as it is revealed that Tammy had invited Patty's long-time salon clients, unaware that they were also Patty's former drug clients. During the party, Diane storms out when she is insulted by Pete and Kevin; Neil joins Diane outside and they bond. Tammy warns Allison to stop spending so much time with Patty. Allison learns from Billy that she needs Gertrude's death certificate from City Hall before it is put into the system; Allison turns to Sam, who gives her contact information for a City Hall employee. When Sam questions her intentions, Allison admits that she is faking her own death. The police trace Nick's oxy bottle to the gas station in Vermont; Tammy receives security footage of Patty entering the gas station.
135"The Unreliable Narrator"Anna DokozaSean ClementsSeptember 19, 2022 (2022-09-19)0.141[16]

During a city-wide blackout, Allison and Patty head to city hall to find Gertrude's death certificate. The rest of the gang hangs out in Bev's diner.

Guest star: Rachel Dratch
146"The Machine"Anna DokozaKate Loveless & Jasmyne PeckSeptember 26, 2022 (2022-09-26)0.177[17]
Allison discovers that she can use Kevin's destructive abilities to her benefit.
157"The Problem"Craig DiGregorioCraig DiGregorioOctober 3, 2022 (2022-10-03)0.158[18]
Allison learns that Neil told Diane her secret. Kevin devises a plan to save himself from arson charges.
168"Allison's House"Valerie ArmstrongValerie ArmstrongOctober 10, 2022 (2022-10-10)0.184[19]

Six months later, Allison has moved to Danforth, Maine. Kevin has a new girlfriend named Molly, and most of Worcester presumes that Allison is dead. Tammy visits Allison, having tailed her after she went missing, and reveals that Nick has died and that the department is dropping his case. Tammy quits her job and urges Patty to move away from Worcester with her; Patty refuses, and the two break up. Pete, tired of Kevin's behavior, moves out to live with Lorraine in Florida, but he refuses to disclose Lorraine's address to Kevin. Kevin walks in on Neil and Diane kissing and mocks them; later at a bar, Neil retorts that he is sick of Kevin's mistreatment and tells him to leave. Neil confesses his love to Diane, but she rebuffs him, stating it is not her job to make him a better person. Neil later moves out of Patty's house. Allison returns to Worcester and warns Molly about Kevin's behavior. Allison then goes home and tells Kevin that she wants a divorce. Kevin is initially confused, and then reacts violently, threatening to ruin her life. After Allison leaves, Kevin drinks heavily and begins burning Allison’s belongings; he calls Pete, Neil, and Molly to help him, but nobody answers their phones. After Kevin passes out in a drunken stupor, the fire spreads and engulfs the house, which is witnessed by the whole neighborhood, including Patty and Neil. With Kevin dead, Patty sits on the steps of the now burned-down house and is joined by Allison; they tearfully embrace, and Allison reveals that she wants to stay in Worcester. They both watch the sunrise, ready for a new future without Kevin.

Guest star: Erinn Hayes



In November 2018, it was announced AMC had opened a writers' room on the series as part of its scripts-to-series development model, with Valerie Armstrong serving as creator and executive producer, with Rashida Jones and Will McCormack serving as executive producers under their Le Train Train banner.[20] In October 2019, AMC ordered the series.[21]

The show's title is an allusion to Kevin Can Wait, a 2016 CBS sitcom starring Kevin James, which was heavily criticized for the manner in which the lead character's wife (played by Erinn Hayes) was written out of the show in the second season.[3] Although Kevin Can F**k Himself is not meant as a direct parody of Kevin Can Wait, that incident served as a jumping-off point for the creators of Kevin Can F**k Himself to make a show exploring the implications of gender roles in American family sitcoms.[3] On August 27, 2021, AMC renewed the series for a second season.[22] On November 30, 2021, AMC confirmed the series would conclude after two seasons.[23]


In February 2020, Annie Murphy joined the series' cast in the leading role.[24] In March 2020, Eric Petersen, Mary Hollis Inboden and Alex Bonifer joined the cast in starring roles.[25] In May 2020, Raymond Lee and Brian Howe also joined the cast in starring roles.[26] In January 2021, Meghan Leathers and Candice Coke joined the cast in recurring roles.[27]

In May 2022, Erinn Hayes was cast in a guest role.[28]


Critical reception

The first season of Kevin Can F**k Himself holds an 82% approval rating on review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, based on 60 reviews with an average rating of 6.80/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "Kevin Can F**k Himself's ambitious blend of genres don't always gel, but searing social commentary and a stellar performance from Annie Murphy make for an engaging watch."[29] On Metacritic, the first season holds a rating of 65 out of 100, based on 25 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[30]

On Rotten Tomatoes, the second season holds an approval rating of 100% with an average rating of 7.7/10 based on 6 reviews.[31]


The first season episode "Live Free or Die" won the American Cinema Editors Award for Best Edited Multi-Camera Comedy Series, with "Fixed" and "The Grand Victorian" also nominated.[32] The series was recognized with The ReFrame Stamp for hiring people of underrepresented gender identities, and of color.[33]


  1. ^ Also promoted as Kevin Can F Himself. The rendering in the title sequence differs between episodes; in the pilot, the letters in "fuck" are shown individually between "Kevin Can" and "Himself". In all subsequent episodes, the 'U' and 'C' (and sometimes 'K') of 'fuck' are obscured in a different way each time.


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