Alex thought his day was bad when his arch-enemy revealed to his girlfriend that he was a super-villain. But that was nothing compared to the rest of his evil super-group trying to kill him.
Imagine combining the hugely popular comic book/superhero genre of Despicable Me and Megamind with the hilarious format of mockumentary shows like Modern Family and the Office, and you have The Nemesis.
Alex is a super-smart, nerdy guy who always wanted to be a superhero, but when he realizes he’d only live in the shadow of his idol, Eaglestar, he decides to become his arch-enemy instead. Not only does he find himself losing to Eaglestar all the time, but he continually manages to anger his teammates who make up his super-villain group, who already didn’t like him because he moved to the top of the villain hierarchy so quickly and became the nemesis of the world’s greatest hero in a very short amount of time.
Meanwhile, Alex, who’s never been good with women to begin with, has been trying to hide the fact that he’s a super-villain from his girlfriend, but as our show opens, Eaglestar has just revealed that fact to her.
The only thing saving Alex from complete disaster is the fact that a police detective who can’t stand the pompous Eaglestar is on his side.