- Netflix has acquired digital rights to the comedic series Unstable.
- On March 30, 2023, it became available for digital streaming.
- It stars Rob Lowe and John Owen Lowe.
The father-son American series Unstable, starring Rob Lowe and John Owen Lowe, is now available to stream digitally. It is said to be a comedy film. It is an OTT-only series. Unstable is said to be inspired by John Owen Lowe’s social media mocking of Rob Lowe. Continue reading to learn more about OTT.
Uncertain OTT Release Date: Where and When Can You Watch the Series?
Unstable, a sitcom series, is now available on Netflix. It was supposed to debut on the OTT platform on March 30, 2023. The show’s first season consists of eight episodes. They each have a half-hour runtime.
On March 2, 2023, Netflix released the official trailer for Unstable on their YouTube channel. The trailer has received 2,923,620 views and 7,400 likes so far. According to the streamer’s website, the series is “feel-good and humorous.” The show’s maturity rating on Netflix is U/A 13+. There is crass humour, mature topics, swearing, and nudity in it.
The cast includes Rob Lowe, John Owen Lowe, Sian Clifford, Aaron Branch, Rachel Marsh, Emma Ferreira, Fred Armisen, Tom Allen, Frank Gallegos, Brie Elay, and J.T. Parr. Unstable was written by Mark Foster and Sven Faulconer. The United States is the country of origin. The editors are Andrew Doefer and Lawrence A. Maddox. The producer is Sara Baggar, and the production firm is Netflix. The series’ executive producers are Rob Lowe, John Owen Lowe, and Victor Fresco.
Jackson Dragon (Rob Lowe), a biotech genius, seeks to recover from his bereavement with the support of his son, Ellis Dragon (John Owen Lowe). Ellis is trying hard to get out from under Jackson’s shadow and salvage the family business.