Critics are pleased with the look and tone of the trailer so far, which cracks pretty hilarious jokes about illness that are neither pandering nor offensive.
Fox clearly "clearly has a refreshing and humorous take on his own experience," Slate's Aisha Harris wrote.
"The tone of this single camera sitcom appears to be razor sharp -- and more than happy to make fun of the treacly poignancy that often gets heaped upon Fox," Hitfix's Liane Bonin Starr said.
NBC is so confident about the show's chances that it has already ordered 22 episodes, according to E! Online. The show will air Thursdays at 9:30pm.
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