The Red Green Show

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  • TV-G
  • 2001
  • 15 Seasons
  • 8.1  (2,600)

The Red Green Show is set in the wilds of Canada where the lead character of Red Green films his handyman show. Most of the show is filmed inside a dilapidated old cabin, which also serves as the lodge for Red and his buddies. While the characters on the show are mainly men, the comical spoofs on the activities men often do when trying to make repairs are hilarious for both male and female viewers. The show is pure comedy with no real advice ever given in regards to fixing anything. The main method Red uses to repair anything and everything is usually by adding a large dose of duct tape to the broken item. To get reception on an old TV set, Red would simply add some tin foil or a bent wire coat hanger. While some of the repairs are specifically for his Handyman Corner show, there are also times when Red and his friends attempt to make regular repairs around the lodge or to their vehicles. As with many good comedians, Red has a faithful sidekick in the form of his nephew Howard. Howard is a geeky looking younger man who never seems to get anything right. He also provides a lot of the slapstick comedy the show is known for. Red's other friends and lodge members include Dalton, Mike and Winston. Dalton is Red's best friend and the two of them often talk about the troubles they have with their wives. Mike is an unusual character in that he has a long criminal record. Even though he has a bad past, he is generally a quiet character who does not exhibit a lot of planning or handyman skills. Winston is a character in the plumbing and sewer profession who often shows up at the lodge to service the plumbing or spend time talking with the guys. Another show Red films with his friend Bill, is called Adventures with Bill. This show is often filmed by either Mike or Dalton and is supposed to show the two friends completing some type of activity such as hunting outdoors. The segments always have things go wrong which lead to unexpected and hilarious results.

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Seasons
Do as I Do
19. Do as I Do
April 7, 2006
Harold gets hitched.
Toe the Line
18. Toe the Line
March 31, 2006
Red and Harold compete in a line-dancing contest.
Love Is In the Air
17. Love Is In the Air
March 24, 2006
Harold meets his fiancee's family for the first time.
Rain Man
16. Rain Man
March 17, 2006
Red tries to make it rain by seeding the clouds with a cannon.
Sasquatch
15. Sasquatch
March 10, 2006
Red hunts for the fabled creature.
Rites of Passage
14. Rites of Passage
March 3, 2006
Red builds a unique musical instrument.
The Big Retreat
13. The Big Retreat
February 3, 2006
A group of female CEOs descends on the Lodge for a corporate retreat.
The Bigger the Better
12. The Bigger the Better
January 27, 2006
The guys try to create the world's largest crayons.
Flying Blind
11. Flying Blind
January 20, 2006
The lodge's application for an air show is denied.
No Place Like the Home
10. No Place Like the Home
January 13, 2006
Red tries to save Old Man Sedgwick from a nursing home.
Mad You Say?
9. Mad You Say?
January 6, 2006
Harold worries about some suspiciously cheap beef.
Exit Stag Right
8. Exit Stag Right
December 30, 2005
The men plan a surprise bachelor party for Harold.
New Yorkshire Puddings
7. New Yorkshire Puddings
December 9, 2005
Red tries to open a fast-food restaurant.
Cart Blanche
6. Cart Blanche
December 2, 2005
The lodge members start driving golf carts.
Cell Hell
5. Cell Hell
November 25, 2005
The boys get free cell phones.
No Tell Boatel
4. No Tell Boatel
November 18, 2005
Red builds an unconventional cruise ship.
Mr. Clean
3. Mr. Clean
November 11, 2005
The gang tries to improve the lodge's tourism prospects.
The Folk Art Convention
2. The Folk Art Convention
November 4, 2005
The guys have an ATV to race.
Rules of Engagement
1. Rules of Engagement
October 28, 2005
Red demonstrates driving with no hands.
Description

The Red Green Show is set in the wilds of Canada where the lead character of Red Green films his handyman show. Most of the show is filmed inside a dilapidated old cabin, which also serves as the lodge for Red and his buddies. While the characters on the show are mainly men, the comical spoofs on the activities men often do when trying to make repairs are hilarious for both male and female viewers. The show is pure comedy with no real advice ever given in regards to fixing anything.

The main method Red uses to repair anything and everything is usually by adding a large dose of duct tape to the broken item. To get reception on an old TV set, Red would simply add some tin foil or a bent wire coat hanger. While some of the repairs are specifically for his Handyman Corner show, there are also times when Red and his friends attempt to make regular repairs around the lodge or to their vehicles. As with many good comedians, Red has a faithful sidekick in the form of his nephew Howard. Howard is a geeky looking younger man who never seems to get anything right. He also provides a lot of the slapstick comedy the show is known for.

Red's other friends and lodge members include Dalton, Mike and Winston. Dalton is Red's best friend and the two of them often talk about the troubles they have with their wives. Mike is an unusual character in that he has a long criminal record. Even though he has a bad past, he is generally a quiet character who does not exhibit a lot of planning or handyman skills. Winston is a character in the plumbing and sewer profession who often shows up at the lodge to service the plumbing or spend time talking with the guys.

Another show Red films with his friend Bill, is called Adventures with Bill. This show is often filmed by either Mike or Dalton and is supposed to show the two friends completing some type of activity such as hunting outdoors. The segments always have things go wrong which lead to unexpected and hilarious results.

The Red Green Show is a series that is currently running and has 15 seasons (260 episodes). The series first aired on January 1, 2001.

Where to Watch The Red Green Show

The Red Green Show is available for streaming on the S & S Productions website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Red Green Show on demand at Amazon and FuboTV.

  • Premiere Date
    January 1, 2001
  • IMDB Rating
    8.1  (2,600)