Tonight, ABC is definitely watching TV, and no, we're not talking about the season finale of The Bachelor. Bob Saget, host of America's Funniest Home Videos from 1989 to 1997, returns with Videos After Dark to the world of fiasco-filled footage. 19659002] Debut Three Decades After America's Funniest Home Videos were first aired, Videos After Dark delivers the craziest and wildest videos that smartphone cameras can record.
Says Known by Playing Danny Tanner in Full House and Reviving Fuller House and His Story in How I Met Your Mother In recent years he was a terrible stand-up comic, toured with his Dirty Daddy and published a book of the same name. And Videos After Dark will, as the name implies, probably also contain some edgier material.
"There are people who are intoxicated," Saget teased in a promotional video for the show. "If a preacher marries a couple and he is completely intoxicated, I want to see that!"
However, he assures the viewers quickly that the series is not just about laughing at other people's misfortune: "Yeah People are falling down, but I've always had a strict policy that I want them to get up. Do not cut with someone who only goes through a skylight!
There is a reason that thirty years since he first hosted AFHV viral videos of epic failures are still such a big deal, and Saget thinks that this is the case is their relativity. "People do pretty stupid things they should not do, and there's nothing funnier because they're incapable of human beings," he said.
In the promo for Videos After Dark which airs today at 1