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Original Title :
Enlisted
Genre :
TV Series / Comedy
Cast :
Geoff Stults,Chris Lowell,Parker Young
Type :
TV Series
Time :
24min
Rating :
7.0/10

Centers on Sgt. Pete Hill who, after a stint in Afghanistan, is stationed at a small military base in Florida to tackle the toughest job of them all leading his dysfunctional brothers' squad.

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Enlisted (TV series). русский: Завербован Enlisted. On May 7, 2014, Fox canceled the series, but allowed the final four episodes to air in June

Centers on Sgt. Pete Hill who, after a stint in Afghanistan, is stationed at a small military base in Florida to tackle the toughest job of them all leading his dysfunctional brothers' squad.
Series cast summary:
Geoff Stults Geoff Stults - Sgt. Pete Hill 13 episodes, 2014
Chris Lowell Chris Lowell - Cpl. Derrick Hill 13 episodes, 2014
Parker Young Parker Young - Pvt. Randy Hill 13 episodes, 2014
Angelique Cabral Angelique Cabral - Sgt. Jill Perez 13 episodes, 2014
Keith David Keith David - Sgt. Major Donald Cody 13 episodes, 2014
Mort Burke Mort Burke - Private Gumble 13 episodes, 2014
Tania Gunadi Tania Gunadi - Private Park 13 episodes, 2014
Kyle Davis Kyle Davis - Private Dobkiss 13 episodes, 2014
Michelle Buteau Michelle Buteau - Private Robinson 11 episodes, 2014
Mel Rodriguez Mel Rodriguez - Specialist Chubowski / - 8 episodes, 2014
Maronzio Vance Maronzio Vance - Private Ruiz 7 episodes, 2014
Kay Lopez Koralisse Kay Lopez Koralisse - Private Tholke 7 episodes, 2014

The episodes were aired out of order. They should be watched in the order of Pilot, Rear D Day, Pete's Airstream, Parade Day, Brother and Sister, Randy Get Your Gun, Vets, Prank War, Homecoming, Paint Cart 5000 vs. The Mondo Spider, The General Inspection, Army Men and Alive Day.

It is notable that Cpl. Derrick Hill (Chris Lowell) later finds his true calling in photography, while Chris Lowell is quite a successful fine art photographer himself.

The desk clock that was displayed on Sergeant Major Cody's desk was bought by a fan in New York.


User reviews

Goldendragon

Goldendragon

First, I've been in the Army for 18 years. This show truly is awesome. I can find the same personalities from the characters in multiple Soldiers I've met, supervised, and been over the years. The over zealous, always amped troop; the guy filled with potential but barely does the minimum; the hoah guy who is better than everyone else etc.

I read a lot of reviews that said what I was thinking initially until I found out that all of the errors in the first episode were intentional and that a contest had been advertised prior to the air date that invited people to find the ar 670-1 errors. Even Geoff Stults apologizing because he knew how wrong the violations were. He knew this because he and the other cast members went to a miniature basic training and hung out with Soldiers about to deploy who were going through an IES defeat lane.

Bottom line, I know the cast and writers are doing their best to represent the Army while at the same time producing a comedy. After all it's a COMEDY and a good one at that.
Ienekan

Ienekan

My husband (who is currently Military) and I thought it was fun and refreshing. A good laugh. I admit when I first saw the previews I was worried and wasn't sure what to expect, but I was pleasantly surprised. TV today is full of sex,violence or stupid reality shows, and I for one am glad that something with just good old fashion humor has come around. Should anyone take any part of this as actual Military life no of course not,but is it a way to just escape and have fun for a half hour with the family yep. Reminds me of the 80's.. the year of Stripes and Private Benjamin. If you like goofy humor then I think you will enjoy this show. I am looking forward to the next episode.
YSOP

YSOP

I just watched the first two episodes of this show, not expecting much for a FOX show, expecting another needless thriller from the network, however, I was pleasantly surprised with this show, expecting another FOX flop, but when viewing this new sitcom, it just astounded me as to how amazingly witty and hilarious it was!Truly I hope that this show stays on the air for a long time, and more people view it! Really the only problems with this show is the pacing and some of the dialogue, but really what show doesn't have these problems? I suggest this to anyone whose looking for a good laugh, detailed characters, and a just all around enjoyable experience.So go ahead, give it a look see. It may just be the laugh you need to brighten up your day.
Llathidan

Llathidan

Thank goodness I watched this. I needed a good giggle after previously watching one of the worst ever so called comedies I have ever seen....Spoils of Babylon. This new comedy 'Enlisted' was a laugh and nothing to be taken seriously. It should be taken in the same vein as 'Stripes' was back in it's day. I know a lot of serving men and women will love this here in Australia as they don't have their heads up their bums when it comes to a good 'p*ss-take' comedy, which this one seems to be heading that way. Hubby and I both thoroughly enjoyed it. We will definitely be watching more of this one for the sheer light hearted humour that is intended.
Eigonn

Eigonn

This TV show is so funny. The humor in it reminds me of all my friends in the military proudly supporting our country who act and feel the same way as these characters. The TV show accurately depicts the life of a military personnel when they are with their other fellow men and woman. I hope this show stays on for many seasons to come. Not only do i love the story's in each episode, it reminds me and brings back memories of all my friends who i dearly miss. Many of my friends who have seen this show and also served think its a good show to watch and shows the people that they aren't only trained soldier's but friend's, mentor's, and most of all family. The creator should be happy knowing that so many of the men and woman who give their life every day and night to protect us and provide us with our freedom love and adore this show and are on the edge waiting for the new episode to air! thank you
Lli

Lli

I watched it 'cause it was on. No expectations. It was lead into by Raising Hope ( a quirky comedy in it's own right) and nothing else was on, so... Waaaaaay better than I expected! Good writing. Good characters. (Minor spoiler alert) Three brothers, one of whom is an outstanding soldier deployed to Afghanistan punches a superior officer for not sending backup to his squad, which was under heavy fire, because his computer was offline. He is reassigned to the "rear" on a base in Florida which serves families of deployed soldiers. He considers it a worthless assignment, but he is reunited with his two brothers who are also there. Also he meets a motley group of soldiers, which he considers incompetent as soldiers, who may just have value beyond their ability to "soldier". Not as goofy as Gomer Pyle, and not as serious as M.A.S.H. Hopefully it will define it's own identity. It has possibilities, and time will tell. I will watch again to see.
Bolanim

Bolanim

Let me start off saying that I know next to nothing about the US military so Im purely looking at this from an enjoyment factor. i started this show having no idea really what it was about (or even that it was a comedy) but I found it really fun. it feels like it could verge on being stupid but I haven't found that yet. I love the relationship between the brothers, it's both sweet and cheeky and there's a lot of love there. I also like how they do cover real issues such as how soldiers can feel returning from a war zone. This issue was treated with respect which I approved of. Overall I love it and will definitely keep watching
Swiang

Swiang

I generally detest sit-coms, even supposedly brilliant ones. I don't even what possessed me to even watch the pilot ep but I'm glad I did as I watched the next three eps back-to-back, laughing out loud at the numerous quick-witted throw-away comments that never come across as contrived. There are large, obvious, in-your-face gags that I don't find particularly amusing but for the most part they work to progress the plot line. The best way I can describe it in terms of humor is to compare it to The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, which it has nothing whatsoever to do with in terms of plot, but the rhythm is similar: If you like the glaring attempts at humor at the "special reports" then you will find that aspect in Enlisted. As for me, those skits run a bit too long so I welcome the brevity of that style in Enlisted, since I prefer the sarcastic one- liners that whiz by so fast you can easily miss them. The best part, aside from some great talent, is the lack of laugh track.
Rare

Rare

The pilot episode of "Enlisted" secures it's place alongside "Brooklyn-Nine-Nine" and "Trophy Wife" as one of this year's best new comedies. The show is a sitcom that revolves around a stateside military base in Florida, where the three Hill brothers are reunited for the first time in over and year and placed in the same unit. While they follow in their father's footsteps in the military to varying degrees (from the supersoldier Pete Hill, to the sarcastically discourteous Derek and the comically enthusiastic Rudy), they all end up together in an inept unit of soldiers. Despite it being a little off and choppy in places, I think that's merely a pilot-related issue, as the show demonstrates great promise (reminds me of Stripes). The relationship between the brothers works right off the bat, and hopefully they can begin to examine the rest of the unit beyond the introductory/generalized jokes that were made about their appearance in the pilot. All in all, the episode was equal parts heartfelt (hand on head) and funny ("I have killed Bradley Cooper!") and will keep me coming back.

In spite of my confidence in the writer's ability to keep things going strong, I do have a bone to pick with Fox on the scheduling of this show. Once again, they show their ineptitude by slotting Enlisted's pilot episode on a Friday night after the offbeat "Raising Hope". If Enlisted is left in the Friday night "death/DVR slot", this promising show will have no chance of surviving past April and we can cue the summer campaigns and twitter hashtags of #bringbackenlisted
Frosha

Frosha

My father was in the Canadian Forces for over 25 years. The Royal Canadian Air Force or RCAF. We also spent 3 years in Duluth Minnesota and at times Dad was flown with his Colonel to some of the best golf courses in the United States because he was a Scratch Golfer. So yes I do know a little about military life. I am really amazed at how many of the reviewers thought this television show would depict Enlisted as a documentary of military life.

What these reviewers don't realize is Enlisted is a comedy; a tongue in cheek comedy. Comedies are not about fact.

Military shows like these are all about breaking the rules and engaging in activities that would never happen in the military. It is about someone punching a colonel and being sent home, wearing the uniforms incorrectly or not meeting the weight requirement.

I compared this show to the likes of Gomer Pyle, McHale's Navy, MASH, Stripes and Private Benjamin. Of which I enjoyed for their entertainment value and not for their authenticity. Most of us realized these shows and movies were not how military really was.

So for all you negative reviewers sit back and enjoy the show and remember that it is a comedy and not a documentary.
FRAY

FRAY

This show is hilarious and highly enjoyable! All a great comedy needs are funny characters and a solid story line. This show delivers on both. The cast is well selected and offers different personalities and relationship dynamics that viewers can relate to. Randy, played by Parker Young, steals the pilot's spotlight. He is your classic scarecrow: without a brain, but oh so hilariously endearing. As an overly emotional solider, he makes for a perfect contradiction of societal expectations. Aside from the great cast, the army setting is a brilliant choice for comedy. It is nothing new to TV, but Enlisted is goofier than your standards (MASH, e.g.) and offers a look into the lighter side of life on a military base. The show is careful not to make a mockery by illustrating themes of family, commitment, and teamwork - what soldiers and families living on military bases espouse. Even if not intended, Enlisted is a novel tribute to the troops and simply a great new family friendly sitcom in Fox's lineup. If the upcoming episodes are anything like the pilot, I'm "enlisted"!
Vrion

Vrion

Sgt. Pete Hill (Geoff Stults) is a war hero reassigned back Stateside to a Florida base where his incompetent brothers Derrick (Chris Lowell) and Randy (Parker Young) are stationed. The base is filled with wacky rejects and inferior soldiers.

It takes awhile for the group to gel. It probably took too long. Most people don't give a show much of a chance, and TV execs are even less patient. It's not a terribly original show, and a military comedy show may not be what people want to see. It's unlikely to be renewed. The brothers' chemistry do improve as the show progress. Of the wacky squad, Tania Gunadi stands out a little as the manic Private Park. The group has potential if they allow them to grow as characters.
Morad

Morad

what can I say about a show so great? Plenty! Enlisted is a half hour of pure fun, from start to finish the audience is entertained and entertained I mean with great writing and superb acting. Enlisted was cancelled by Fox Television, why? Because of poor promotion and a bad night to air as typically Friday night is a bad night for a show to air. So why did Fox do this to such a great show? Your guess is as good as mine. One can only hope that this gem of a show will be put on DVD so that we all can watch the 13 episodes over and over, which I would do. Enlisted was a show that had heart and it seems Fox only likes to keep shows that are dramatic in nature, not thinking the fans would want a show that actually makes you laugh and cry. So if you have not had the pleasure of watching Enlisted you really should if Fox is nice enough to make a DVD so we can relive the memories. Thanks Fox Television for airing a great show even if it was just 13 episodes.
bass

bass

Potential Spoiler Alert, though I tried to keep it clean.

I served nearly a decade in the Army. I connected with this show from the first five minutes of watching it. It is wonderful to relive things that occurred from my own days in the Big Green Machine. I recommend this hilarious show to all of my former military friends, and even to those who have never served. It is in no way disrespectful to the military, it plays upon the monotony that is the military, or at least as it was when I served.

I am horrified at the reviews given by former military members, and family members of those who served. You were missing out in your time of service if you have never found one moment in any of the episodes thus far, that you could relate to. The comments about not wearing covers, or open tops, overweight soldiers all being so very far fetched and inexcusable? The only place that military standards were held to such high expectations was Basic and AIT.

The entire concept of the show as explained in multiple posts, is that this high-speed/low-drag soldier got in trouble, he was spared the boot because of his father's reputation and connections, and sent to Rear-D. He is just as upset at the soldiers in his platoon as the rest of you are. However, he is often overcome with the idea of "if you cannot beat them, join them", mentality.

I think it is brilliant to show a softer, less, stringent side of the military. Especially, when everyone sees our men and women as cold blooded killers. Not everyone is hardcore. Not everyone is super soldier. There are lots of soldiers, who still want to be normal people while serving. They want to socialize, have fun, and make friends, improve themselves, get the college money, get away from bad lives, and see the world. If one cannot see the satirical humor in this show, I am truly astonished. Just think of the days doing details, or conducting training that you had done a hundred times before, or having to spend a day off performing CQ, or something else to that extent, the sensitivity training, and mandatory fun days, which were anything, and everything except fun.

Loosen up, stop the HOOAH-attitude, and appreciate a funny take on a serious job. If I, as a disabled veteran, can watch this show and laugh until I cry, with a husband who is still serving, who laughs the same as me, and both of us can say we knew someone just like that or there was this time...surely it is no coincidence. It's humor, it is meant to show mistakes in uniform, in behaviors, and attitudes. I love the cast, they are all awesome, and I hope the show is on for years to come.

Let me ask you nay-Sayers this? Did Gomer Pyle, look at all like the Korean or Vietnam Wars? NO! Was Hogan's Hero's at all like WWII and Hitler's Germany? NO! Would Judy Benjamin be allowed to wear makeup and earrings in Basic? NO! Would the platoon in Stripes have been allowed to perform without an NCO at their graduation? And would all of them have been sent to the very same post? Would they have been allowed to go into West Germany? NO, NO, and NO! Oh and let us not forget John Candy as Ox! He was an overweight soldier. as was PVT. Pyle in Full Metal Jacket. Must be some truth there. However, these were great shows.

Service members do have personalities, lives, quirks, and we are all different in our wits, our humor, intelligence, and even their own belt size. Great program,and I look forward to it every week,and I laugh away the week's stress.
Ranicengi

Ranicengi

Good humor show and still respectful. Unlike predecessors like, "McHale's Navy", "Sgt Bilko" and "MASH", this show does take the time to show respect for those bravely following impossible orders at the whim of politicians safely hiding behind titles and desks. I am not saying those other shows were bad, they were great. Its just this show does take an extra step recognizing personal risks for others...and I do appreciate it. I think the show is well worth my time, so I will give it plenty of kudos and continue to watch. Compared to a lot of the other garbage that finds its way onto the front of my TV set, this show is a shining jewel. I did my twenty and am still working for the military, so anytime I can see a light-hearted show where people in uniform are having a good time and letting their hair down...I can appreciate it. Is it all true? Really - is that an honest concern for something coming out of Hollywood? Really? News Flash - nothing is real coming out of Hollywood. Good Show, and I hope it lasts long time.
Jorius

Jorius

This is the worst portrayal of military life imaginable. It isn't realistic in any sense. It is offensive to me as a veteran. The uniforms are incorrect, the duties they are doing are ridiculous and it isn't even a funny show. They don't wear headgear outside, sometimes wear it inside. The men have long hair, people show no respect for others who outrank them and there was no part of it that was even partially entertaining. I watched the pilot until the end hoping it would get better but it just got worse. Took this off my DVR immediately. If you don't care about any of that and just looking for a good laugh, you have chosen the wrong show. Don't waste your time. I was hoping for a good military show with an accurate picture of military life and entertaining at the same time. This show is neither.
Zolorn

Zolorn

OK, I am ex army but wld nvr have a problem of a comedy written about the Military. This one however sux. Lets start with the fact that if someone punches a COL they r not going to be sent home (which is something many soldiers want) they would be under a court-Martial and be serving time. Also If you have a prosthetic foot ur not in active service, ur discharged under medical conditions. Also no one is ever in uniform and you can't just grab a tank for no reason. Also "Rear D" is not a unit for screw ups. Rear Detatchement is just units that are there to keep the base open. Also the jokes and situations and extremely cliché and poorly written. I can't believe this got green lit and I can't believe how some ppl actually like it. The writing is even less funny than Mama's family or full house.
Mbon

Mbon

I would have to say this is a really good show its one of my favorites just like scrubs it has some comedic points then it deals with some points that anyone would go through I really don't get why some people don't like it yes its about the army yes everything may not be on point but perfection takes time and this show is here to make you laugh give it a chance and let it stick around to make it even better scrubs was a big turn out and nobody liked that either and it lasted 8 seasons so give enlisted a shot it just might surprise you trust me this show is really good plus everyone has a family member that was in a branch and thought I wish I could comfort them I told my cousin about this show he to is in the army and it makes him laugh so give it a try
Painwind

Painwind

This show has made my entire life. I was at Ft. Knox when it was cancelled. Sooooooooo.... disappointing. They took it off the air for more of the same boring other shows. I am hoping there is a comeback season. I would actually pay money to see that. I do not usually LOL but when I do, Enlisted is on. The show is not in sync with Army regs, but really? Who cares. The show is a great comedy. If one is too uptight to see that... then have a little laughter in life by watching enlisted. The actors in the show are so great. Good character actors and true to their roles. There are actual army time situations that are light hearted and even some that are heart felt.
Sataxe

Sataxe

This show truly helped me get through a very long, stressful, worrisome 9- month deployment. At moments where all I could do was cry, it literally had me laughing out loud, grinning from ear to ear. After the very first episode, I found myself looking forward to the next episode and the next one and the next one, which REALLY helped to pass the time. It's those silly little weekly goals we milso's (military significant others) make that help to speed up the countdown to homecoming and this was it for me. Obviously, as we all know, the show isn't completely accurate but who cares?!?! Every episode had a good message intertwined within all that hysterical humor, from loyalty and friendship to camaraderie and teaching the importance of always having each others' backs. I truly cannot thank everyone involved in "Enlisted" enough, especially the wonderfully talented and ridiculously funny Hill brothers, for unknowingly bringing me lots of smiles and laughter when I truly needed it the most. I don't know of a single person who didn't love this show and hopefully there will be a network out there smart enough to pick up the second season. I'll be waiting for as long as it takes :-)
Light out of Fildon

Light out of Fildon

I absolutely love this show and my husband is in Rear D in the Army for now. So many times watching this we got to laugh at all their job requirements that my husband wished were actually that fun. I've also seen soldiers reflecting each and every character in the show. Its a comedy and I treated it like any other comedy show just waiting for a chance to laugh. Fox canceled this show even though it received high ratings I say hey fox bring it back. These men need a good laugh at the end of a long day. A few of the episodes even had me in tears reminiscing emotions about deployment. Never was a fan of military shows like "Army wives" which I found offending and ridiculous but this never claimed accuracy as their forte but instead embraced the fact it was developed by civilians. They even ran a contest to ask viewers what they missed. Definitely worth the watch.
Gaeuney

Gaeuney

My husband and I have loved this show from the first one - but the one last week was hilarious. I broke 2 ribs last week and even though it was killing me I just couldn't stop laughing. I kept having to pause the show to try to catch my breath, say bad words because it hurt so bad and then restart the show - repeated that several times during the show. My husband wasn't a lot of help because he was also laughing so hard he had tears running down his face - and this is not a man who often laughs this hard. To those who think this show is disrespectful to members of the military - you need to get a sense of humor. Both my sons have served in the military, done tours of duty overseas, and they think it is funny too. Can't believe this show has been canceled...BOO Fox!
you secret

you secret

There's not much irreverence left on TV, and shows like this need a chance to really shine. I want to buy all the DVD box sets, special editions, and baseball caps YET to be made about this show. I know this is a crap review, but I'm just so upset to hear it may be canceled. The maker of Me Myself and Irene, Scrubs etc - the guy has just shat pure gold again, but i guess American Karaoke (sic) is WAAAY better. How dumb is the American audience these days? Are all the interesting and funny people serving overseas or something. This show should be sent to all the troops overseas to show them we've not lost our sense of humor and we're still being funny for them back home. 3 more seasons - that's an ORDER son!!!
AnnyMars

AnnyMars

As an Army vet, there's plenty to make fun of about the Army, and military in general.

I have no special place in my heart for the Army, nor keep it sacred in any way. I love making fun of Soldiers, the military experience, and patriotism in general.

But this is show is just dumb, and a cheap cash-in on the Army.

I can assure anyone watching, there is nothing even remotely authentic about this depiction of a platoon of losers.

Stripes probably even did a better job than this.

Get this garbage off the air, or do your damn homework, Fox.
AGAD

AGAD

I note two sorts of reviews here, and I can't help but wonder if sock puppets are getting paid to write the good ones.

Anyhow, YES, I realize this is supposed to be a comedy. YES, TV doesn't have to strive for accuracy. For crying out loud, I work at a community college, and I really like "Community." That said, the show seems to be designed to give anyone who has ever worn a uniform a stroke. The inaccuracies just plain hurt. Calling an APC a "tank" is just plain stupid.

And where is the humor? Can anyone cite one line or scene in the pilot that was in the least bit funny? I could have forgiven a lot if there were any decent laughs.