Sean and Beverly can't wait to bring their successful British television series across the pond to make it big in America.
Runtime: 30 mins
Show Status: Continuing
Visits Today: 731
Total Visits: 1959
Tamsin Greig - Beverly Lincoln
Stephen Mangan - Sean Lincoln
John Pankow - Merc Lapidus
Kathleen Rose Perkins - Carol Rance
Mircea Monroe - Morning Randolph
Daisy Haggard - Myra Licht
Joseph May - Andy Button
Genevieve OReilly - Jamie Lapidus
Demetri Goritsas - Director
Jacob Anderson - Kevin
Trevor White - Assistant Director
Harry McEntire - Jason
Sam Palladio - Stoke
Scarlett Rose Patterson - Wendy
Bruce Johnson - Roger
Sophie Rundle - Labia
Martin McDougall - Assistant Director
James Purefoy - Rob
Oliver Kieran-Jones - Andrew Lesley
Fiona Glascott - Diane
Laurie Calvert - Carols Assistant
Edward Lemont - Production Assistant
Eros Vlahos - Pucks Boy
Lou Hirsch - Wallace
Alejandro Postigo - Ernesto
Anna Maria Everett - Florinda
Rhashan Stone - Howard
Michael Brandon - Elliot Salad
Katherine Ryan - Mercs Assistant
Nigel Planer - Sanford Shamiro
In this TV series, Matt Le Blanc plays himself, concealing of course a few things concerning his privacy, such as family, family events, housing and so on. All we know is that he's looking for a new role that people always identify him with Joey (in an episode he will even use Joey's well known line 'How you doin'), and that he's divorced with two children (in reality, he has just one kid).
Other main actors in the series, the ones you'll see most often, are Sean and Beverly Lincoln which play the roles of creators of a successful British series and who are asked to go to Los Angeles in order to sell their script for TV to a company. The two disagree on whether to give the leading role to Matt, but it turns out that they have no choice, and moreover, they'll have to make many other compromises. In each episode, we will see how things are going in shooting that show, how Matt becomes increasingly close to Sean, and we will have fun assisting the irony exchange between Beverly and Matt.
This is one unpredictable series, with an impossible to guess outcome and with a singular and unique story. It is a series that brings Hollywood and British humor together. The actors do a good job and make this more than a mere comedy series starring one of the Friends series stars. You can see that this is the work of David Crane.
Episodes is a fresh series, more different from what I've seen so far on TV. I recommend you to watch at least one episode, especially if you are fans of the Friends series and if you miss Matt.
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