Animated stories of a self-centered, millionaire slacker and his best friend. Based on Brett Merhar's comic strip, the show is a raunchy 'South Park'-style comedy filled with pop culture references and bathroom humor.
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While the cable TV dramedy Dead Like Me may resemble a bizarro version of Touched by an Angel, series creator Bryan Fuller insisted that his inspiration was Piers Anthony's novel On a Pale Horse, in which a mere mortal is forced by circumstance to replace "Mr. Death." Ellen Muth stars as Georgia "George" Lass, an 18-year-old perennial loser whose inability to stay in school or hold down a job is matched by the disdain in which she is held by her family. Given George's miserable track record, it is hardly surprising that she is killed in a stupid freak accident, crushed to death by a fragment of the Mir space station's toilet. Upon realizing that she is dead, George finds herself in the company of three other decedents: vapid actress Daisy (Laura Harris), self-styled lothario Mason (Callum Blue), and streetwise Roxy (Jasmine Guy). Assembled by the abrasive Rube (Mandy Patinkin), George and her new companions have been assigned to a post-mortem "Reaper" team, dedicated to helping other departed souls make the transition between life and death. The team's job was complicated by the fact that all of the Reapers retained the memories and emotions of their "living" days, and all of them had left behind unresolved issues that would have to be resolved in the afterlife. Dead Like Me debuted June 27, 2003, on Showtime.
The carnal escapades of a New York City novelist who relocates to Los Angeles when one of his books is turned into a movie and he's pegged to work on the screenplay. After overcoming writer's block, he takes a job ghostwriting a famous record producer's memoir and later teaches a college course in creative writing.
Episodes is a TV-industry satire following a British couple who come to the States to produce a sitcom based on their hit U.K. program, only to find that the new series is to be radically Americanized.
Based on the blogs of high-class London call girl Belle de Jour, this dramatic series follows the title character's secret life in the sex trade. A normal girl by day and a high-class prostitute by night, Belle loves the excitement, money, and independence offered by her double life, but finds that despite the perks offered by her saucy night-time adventures, her alter-ego also causes complications in her personal life.