I was watching Home Movies on HBO Max last week and noticed he voiced one of the guest characters. I hadn’t heard any of his standups when I first watched the show about 10 years ago, so I didn’t recognize the voice then. Picked up on it right away this time. An incredibly funny dude. RIP, Mitch! I wonder if there is any financial incentive to the producers and actors if any show does well on Netflix. It’s not like a movie released in theatres which would have increased ticket sales or something on Tv that would attract highly-priced ad-slots. Edit: They already sold it to Netflix, even if a show is phenomenally popular, they have nothing to gain out of it (Unless there is scope for a sequel or new season)
The potential of a second season is huge. More of a show that’s already proven to be a big hit is far more valuable than a risk on something new. Even a second season that doesn’t match up to the first will get a decent audience. This gives the show’s producers a lot of negotiating power. If I actually caught Bigfoot… Like others have said in the post, calling 911, animal control, or as any kind of government agency is likely to result in Bigfoot getting shot. My first thought instead would be to google the biology/zoology department at the closest major university and see who would be willing to come into the field to potentially identify a new species. I would probably not mention Bigfoot, because there is zero chance they would take you seriously after that, but I figure an academic who does fieldwork is probably most likely to have the connections to handle the situation without fucking it up.