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  • Larry David has got it all: a loving wife, good friends, and a successful career-- what could possibly go wrong? Co-creator and executive producer of the long running hit series "Seinfeld", David tackles a new, but familiar, topic in his latest show - himself.

    Shot cinema-verité style and mostly improvised, each half-hour episode of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" proves how the seemingly trivial details of day-to-day life - a trip to the movies, a phone call, holding an elevator - can precipitate a "Murphy's Law" chain of misfortune to hilarious effect.

    Surrounded by an eclectic mix of real and fictional re-creations of his friends and enemies, prone to speaking the unspeakable and honest to the point of insensitivity, Larry David - like George Costanza in "Seinfeld" - is a walking victim of misunderstandings and missed opportunities.

  • Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer star in Two and a Half Men, a comedy about men, women, sex, dating, divorce, mothers, single parenthood, sibling relations, surrogate families, money and, most importantly, love. More specifically, it's about the life of two brothers, a son/nephew and the many women who surround them all. Charlie Harper is a well-to-do bachelor with a house at the beach, a Mercedes in the garage and an easy way with women. 

    His casual Malibu lifestyle is interrupted when his tightly wound brother, Alan, and Alan's son, Jake, come to stay with him. Despite the complexities of their lives and their own strained relationship, Charlie and Alan have one thing in common: They both love Jake and want what's best for him. As a result, they manage to create a little family unit that promises to make each one of them a better man.

  • Back from their "Queens Boulevard" New York hiatus, the boys fall on tough times. With offers drying up, Vince is pressured to consider James Cameron's new "Aquaman" movie. When he finally agrees to, the situation gets no easier - his ex, and the great love of his life has been cast opposite him.

    Things get complicated for Ari and Eric as well. E falls for Sloan McQuiewick, the daughter of Ari's boss, Terrence, putting him in a tough spot when Terrence begins making a play to represent Vince. As awkward as that is for Eric, it's worse for Ari. Can he hang on to his star client - and his job?

  • Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer star in Two and a Half Men, a comedy about men, women, sex, dating, divorce, mothers, single parenthood, sibling relations, surrogate families, money and, most importantly, love. 

    In other words, it is a comedy about life - more specifically, the life of two brothers, a son/nephew and the many women who surround them. Well-to-do bachelor Charlie Harper's casual Malibu lifestyle is interrupted when his tightly wound brother, Alan, and Alan's young son, Jake, come to stay with him. Complicating matters further are Charlie and Alan's narcissistic, emotionally toxic mother, Evelyn; Alan's deeply neurotic ex-wife, Judith; Charlie's domineering, unapologetically blue-collar housekeeper, Berta; and Rose, a brilliantly manipulative and vaguely crazy neighbor who had a brief fling with Charlie and remains obsessed with him.

  • With the release of his film "Head On" to look forward to, Vincent Chase is a star on the rise. To help him adjust to life in L.A., he's brought his best pals Eric and Turtle with him from Queens and put them on his payroll, along with his actor brother Johnny Drama. The reviews for the movie aren't great, but "Head On" opens big and the critics single out Vince as the "next Johnny Depp".

    Flush with success, the boys enjoy life in the fast lane and access to girls, parties and quality weed. As Vince's closest friend, and now manager, Eric has the responsibility of giving scripts a thumbs up or down, a role that often puts him in conflict with Ari, Vince's more experienced, pit bull of an agent. When he reads "Queens Boulevard", a surefire indie hit for Vince, Eric wants to put the wheels in motion for that project- even if Ari won't.

  • Larry David has got it all: a loving wife, good friends, and a successful career-- what could possibly go wrong? Co-creator and executive producer of the long running hit series "Seinfeld", David tackles a new, but familiar, topic in his latest show - himself.

    Shot cinema-verité style and mostly improvised, each half-hour episode of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" proves how the seemingly trivial details of day-to-day life - a trip to the movies, a phone call, holding an elevator - can precipitate a "Murphy's Law" chain of misfortune to hilarious effect.

    Surrounded by an eclectic mix of real and fictional re-creations of his friends and enemies, prone to speaking the unspeakable and honest to the point of insensitivity, Larry David - like George Costanza in "Seinfeld" - is a walking victim of misunderstandings and missed opportunities.

  • This is a show about love and sex and careers and a time in life when everything is possible... about the search for commitment and security... and the fear of commitment and security. Most of all, it's about friendship - for when you're young and single in the city, your friends are your family.

  • The worldwide smash-hit comedy returns for a tenth season! For a hilarious look at dating and working in the big city, delve into the hearts and minds of six friends living in New York City as they explore the anxieties and absurdities of adulthood. During this exciting time when everything seems possible, even marriage, parenthood and career moves, they know they will always face the future together - because they've got Friends.

  • Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer star along with young Angus T. Jones as three males from two generations, each learning what it really means to be a man. Charlie is a well-to-do bachelor with a house at the beach, a Jaguar in the garage and an easy way with women.

    His casual Malibu lifestyle is interrupted when his tightly wound brother, Alan, who's facing a divorce, and Alan's son, Jake, come to stay with him. Together, these two and a half men confront the challenges of growing up - finally. Complicating matters are the brothers' self-obsessed, controlling mother, Evelyn (Holland Taylor), and Alan's estranged wife, Judith (Marin Hinkle).