Black comedy about a military coup in Pakistan and the scramble to prevent World War III by the U.S. secretary of state in Washington, D.C., an inept, low-level diplomat on the ground in Islamabad and a stressed-out Navy fighter pilot on an aircraft carrier in the Red Sea.
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Two black women who are best friends navigate the pitfalls of their personal and professional lives in south Los Angeles. Two black women, Issa and Molly are best friends who try to navigate the pitfalls of their personal and professional lives in south Los Angeles. Having known each other since their college days at Stanford, the two struggle through relationships and career in their late 20s. Issa works at a non-profit organization while Molly is a successful corporate attorney. Similarly, their love lives too are completely opposite.
Award-winning writer and producer Ken Finkleman (The Newsroom) returns to television in Good Dog, his highly anticipated new comedy. Starring Finkleman and Lauren Lee Smith (CSI; The L Word), the sharply ironic series focuses on the life of George, a self-absorbed, neurotic TV producer. After hooking up with Claire, a gorgeous model half his age, George negotiates his new reality dating a younger woman by pitching a reality show about his high concept, highly coveted, seriously volatile life. But when network executives insist that Claire move into his house, George is forced to escalate the relationship and consequently, his fears of commitment. When the pitch and his life go sideways, he frets, vents and reevaluates by soliciting questionable advice from his best friend Doug (Jason Weinberg).
HBO produces this gritty and emotional series based on the hit Israeli drama Be 'Tipul. The show stars Gabriel Byrne as psychotherapist Paul Weston, and follows him over the course of a single session with a patient during each episode, concluding with Paul visiting his own therapist, Gina, played by Diane Weist. Constantly enmeshed in the suffering and neurosis of others, Paul's own life can take a backseat to those in his care. Harder still, is exiting shrink-mode when he's with Gina -- letting her take the driver's seat for that one hour a week while he takes the spot on the couch.