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Hung, Season 114+Closed Captioning

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Ray Drecker seems like any other divorced dad who is struggling to make ends meet. But he does have one God-given thing that sets him apart — call it his "winning tool." Thomas Jane stars in this HBO comedy series about this underpaid high-school teacher who hatches an inspired plan to ride his plus-sized package to a more productive, debt-free existence. With his world in disarray in Season 1 thanks to a divorce and a lapsed fire insurance policy, the former high-school sports star decides to finally take control of his life. With help from an unlikely ally — a poet and sometime lover of his named Tanya — Ray decides to put his "winning tool" to use by becoming a male gigolo, a field he knows nothing about, but which he may be uniquely qualified to exploit. Jane Adams and Anne Heche co-star.

Customer Reviews

In a world with justice, this should be HBO's flagship show

Yes that's right. Forget True Blood, which is good but nowhere near that gem of a series that's Hung. Funny, quirky, great actors, deeply rooted in today's reality, yet wholly engaging.
Try the pilot episode and you'll thank me later for getting you hung to this series.

Not for everyone

If you get hung-up on the topic, you won't like this show, regardless of the acting and format.
If you are intrigued by the reality of the lifestyle, you may not get a great 'reality show' feel from this show either.

The show has a lot going for it and, in my opinion, is carving itself a niche - never before explored in this way.
The 'inner dialogue' type format works well, and the sweeping camera work is excellent. The carefully shot wardrobe 'function' and sprinkle of dirty words make this show easy to watch without getting offended or 'hard core'.

I became to like the characters, understand them. To me that shows a well balanced script, good shooting, great editing and good direction. As a first season, I would rate this as 3.5 stars, but am willing to round-up to 4 stars due to the difficulty balancing the topic with good taste.

The next season would lend itself well for the return of a love-sick Gemma.... and a jealous Lenore

excellent work! Looking forward to the next season!

Sucked bad.

Each episode seems to be building the plot but it ends up being a loose end. I kept expecting it to get better but as the show progressed I became more and more disappointed. I do not recommend this show to anyone that expects anything but a pointless waste of time.

Hung, Season 1
View in iTunes $19.99
  • SD Version
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Released: Jun 28, 2009
  • CCin English


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