Three British companies rip up the rule book and give staff the power to recruit their own manager.

Who's the Boss? - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: To Be Determined

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2016-02-23

Who's the Boss? - Who's on First? - Netflix

“Who's on First?” is a comedy routine made famous by Abbott and Costello. The premise of the sketch is that Abbott is identifying the players on a baseball team for Costello, but their names and nicknames can be interpreted as non-responsive answers to Costello's questions. For example, the first baseman is named “Who”; thus, the utterance “Who's on first” is ambiguous between the question (“Which person is the first baseman?”) and the answer (“The name of the first baseman is 'Who'”).

Who's the Boss? - Real-life parallels - Netflix

On October 3, 1920, Allie Watt played one game at second base for the Washington Senators so that, for a brief time, 'What's on second'. In September 2007, Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Chin-Lung Hu, a late-season callup from Albuquerque, got his first major league hit against the Arizona Diamondbacks; commenting on his stopping at first base, Dodgers announcer Vin Scully said, “Shades of Abbott and Costello, I can finally say, 'Hu is on first base'.”

Who's the Boss? - References - Netflix