When the ever-so-dense star of "The Sword of Damacles" fails to produce a contracted book for the German market, Richard and Veronica crack open a bottle of tequila and write the book for him. When ...
Punished for dipping his pen in the company ink at the end of season one, Richard craftily maneuvers his way back to Pyramid by duping Prodigy, the competition, which is led by the penny-pinching CEO...
Resuscitation of the acclaimed 1996-97 series that picks up nearly a decade later. We again follow the exploits of George Findlay in this biting satire of the day-to-day operations of the mainstream news media.
SAVE ME drops us into random lives, mid-sentence. We get to know people through storylines that unravel with humour and pathos and a built-in ticking time bomb - that one of them at some ... See full summary »
Suzanne, a single parent and successful lawyer, returns home to find her daughter missing. About to call the police, she is confronted by a disembodied voice warning her that if she attempts to leave or seek help, her daughter will die.
We get this in Dallas on Friday nights on PBS as "The Industry".
I'm not sure what's stopping this show from being a perfect 10.. great cast and writing, IMPECCABLE cinematography.. maybe Bonus points for veracity of vanity and precision of mannerisms and quirks. Maybe a micron weak when 'out of the office' doing 'Beaver Creek' shoots..
The age old adage.. "Why can't Hollywood.. "
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