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Here's Why Jermaine Fowler Should Provide The Voiceover Of Our Lives He stole the show at the Emmys, and he's ready to do the same on Season 2 of Superior Donuts.
Posted on Sep 19, 2017 04:35pm

If you’re just familiarizing yourself with comedian Jermaine Fowler thanks to his announcer duties at this year’s Emmys®, well then, you haven’t seen nothin' yet.

STREAM: Watch Jermaine Fowler As Announcer At The 69th Emmy Awards

The Superior Donuts frontman—who's been busy shooting the second season alongside Judd Hirsch, which starts airing on Monday, Oct. 30 at 9:30/8:30c on CBS and CBS All Access—brought all the jokes, witty remarks, and cool commentary to the Emmys sidelines.



On Superior Donuts, Jermaine's character, Franco, brings that same mix of funny one-liners and off-the-cuff remarks to the forefront.

And, it was those kind of comedic chops and extensive experience performing in front of a live audience that CBS was looking for when filling the unique Emmys night role.

In fact, Jermaine's appearance at the Emmys caused quite the Twitter storm when viewers took to his contagious personality.



Here's what people had to say about Jermaine's Emmy performance:

"I want Jermaine Fowler to do the voiceover for my life #Emmys." —BuzzFeed

"It's fair to say Jermaine Fowler stole the Emmys show on Sunday night." —Lisa Respers France, CNN

"There were plenty of winners at the 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Sunday night (Sept. 17), but one of the most-talked about breakout stars hardly got any screen time: comedian Jermaine Fowler." —Megan Armstrong, Billboard



"...Jermaine Fowler's announcing style at the 2017 Emmys got everyone talking, and that's a good thing." —Olivia Truffaut-Wong, Bustle

Stream the 69th Emmy® Awards on CBS and CBS All Access.

Plus, catch more of Jermaine when you watch the Season 2 premiere of Superior Donuts on Monday, Oct. 30 at 9:30/8:30c on CBS and CBS All Access.