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Sean (Stephen Mangan) and Beverly (Tamsin Grieg) are a happily married English couple, who are also the successful creators of a hit British TV show. Their life seems complete. That is until a hugely powerful and charismatic US network president persuades them to move to LA to remake their show for American television. He’s full of praise and promises “not to change a thing”. However, things begin to unravel as soon as Sean and Beverly arrive in LA. They discover that the network president has never even seen their show. To make matters worse, he insists that they replace their brilliant lead actor (Richard Griffiths), an erudite Royal Shakespeare veteran with... Matt LeBlanc! Sean and Beverly are appalled. But the decision is out of their hands. Matt comes on board, and soon Sean and Beverly find themselves in a complicated triangle which threatens to destroy not just their TV show but also their marriage.

Customer Reviews

A skewed but accurate view of Hollywood

Episodes is a great series that exploits the business of which it involves. Written by David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik, you get exactly what you expect. Another Anglo-American series that will be a success. The casting of Matt LeBlanc as himself (but in a more exaggerated way) is perfect. Worth a look!

Episodes - it

I read somewhere that this show would have benefitted from a 'double episode' opening - and I think that is right. The first episode is very much a 'scene setter' and it really gets into its stride in episode two (why the delay in that appearing for the series pass?) It is well-written and entertaining (really can't see where 'witless' came from as a comment.) Give it a go.

Was pleasantly surprised..

Great show!

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  • SD Version
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Released: 10 January 2011

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