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Nurse Jackie

7 Seasons
A hospital worker deals with a substance-abuse problem, an active love life and a tough job.
75   Metascore
2009 TVMA Drama, Comedy, Other


11 Seasons
The escapades of a hard-partying Chicago father of six and his tight-knit but dysfunctional brood, who muddle along with adult supervision provided by the eldest daughter.
70   Metascore
2011 TVMA Drama, Comedy, Other

United States of Tara

3 Seasons
The single-camera comedy United States of Tara stars Toni Collette as Tara, a wife and mother who discovers that she has disassociative personality disorder - also known as multiple personalities. Penned by Oscar winning Juno writer Diablo Cody, the series follows the ups and downs of Tara's family life as she traverses personalities of various age and gender.
72   Metascore
2009 TVMA Drama, Comedy, Other

House of Lies

5 Seasons
A black comedy about a big-moneymaking management consultant and his high-rolling, low-ethics team known as the Pod.
63   Metascore
2012 TVMA Comedy, Other

Armistead Maupin's 'Further Tales of the City'

1 Season
A four-part miniseries based on Maupin's popular tales.
2001 TVMA Comedy, Other

Out of Order

1 Season
This limited-run cable series starred Eric Stoltz as screenwriter Mark Colms and Felicity Huffman as his wife and writing partner, Lorna. While working on an inconsequential movie project, Mark began entertaining notions of cheating on his spouse for the first time in their 16-year marriage and dallying with either his next-door neighbor Annie (Justine Bateman) or sexy soccer mom Danni (Kim Dickens). Meanwhile, Lorna, who suffered from chemical depression, did her best to keep working though beclouded by booze and medication. The fine line between reality and fantasy was constantly blurred as Mark, who saw his life as a never-ending movie, addressed the audience (whom he referred to as his "jury") and went off on flights of illusion and delusion, much of it R-rated in nature. William H. Macy, husband of series co-star Huffman, played Lorna's erstwhile drinking partner, washed-up Hollywood producer Steven, while director Peter Bogdanovich was seen as Mark and Danni's obnoxious boss. Created by the genuine husband-and-wife writing team of Wayne and Donna Powers, the weekly, 60-minute Out of Order was launched with a two-hour premiere on June 1, 2003.
2003 TVMA Comedy, Other

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