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Dropping the Soap, Season 1HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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The bubble is about to burst for the cast and crew of the long-running (awful) soap-opera “Collided Lives” when new Executive Producer Olivia Vanderstein (Jane Lynch) shows up. Yup. Things are gonna get ugly. #BendOverDaytime

Customer Reviews


Fantastic series, with appearances from several of my favorite actors from Christopher Guest flicks. Worth your time.

Bubbly hilarity

This show is a fun romp for anyone who loves soap operas or workplace-based sitcoms. Hilariously written and hilariously acted by a cast of familiar and new faces; they nailed it. I cannot wait to rewatch.

Great comedic cast...Incisive, absurd, and SO MUCH FUN

Whether you're a fan of the soap opera genre or not, this show creates an off-kilter, ridiculous and hilarious world that you can buy into---skewering both the soap opera genre, and the world of minor stardom. The cast is extremely funny, and everyone just goes "all-in", which is such a beautiful thing in comedy. As another reviewer pointed out, Christopher Guest favorites Jane Lynch and John Michael Higgins make appearances--and they always bring their A-game. But one of the true delights of the show is discovering new comedic talent. The show lead, Paul Witten (who plays actor Julian Draker, who plays the character Detective Gary Strong on a fictional soap "Colliding Lives") is hilarious and not quite like anyone I can readily compare him to in the comedy world. He plays Julian/Gary with terrific nuance, where you can see the actor Julian constantly struggle and fall short in his effort to be more like the upstanding man that he plays. So even though he's awful in many ways, it's hard not to pull for him--especially as the show goes on (no spoilers here). All in all, it's worth a watch, and I hope there's another season.

Dropping the Soap, Season 1
View in iTunes $14.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Released: Mar 07, 2017
  • CCin English

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