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Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip 2006
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  • 2007-06-28T19:00:00-07:00
  • NBC
  • 2006-09-18T00:00:00-07:00
  • 45 mins
  • 16 hours, 30 mins
  • United States
  • English
  • Comedy, Drama
Aaron Sorkin, the mastermind behind "West Wing" and "Sports Night" brings NBC's next great drama, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. Featuring an all-star cast in front of and behind the camera, such as "Friends" alum Matthew Perry, "West Wing" alum Bradley Whitford, plus the talented Amanda Peet, D.L. Hughley, Richard Schiff and veteran Ed Asner. Sorkin, who will handle much of the writing duties, makes sure this vehicle promises to be the fall's most buzzed about new drama. So come take a fascinating look behind the scenes of Studio 60, a fictional sketch-comedy series on the NBS broadcast network. Problem is the series seems to be going down the tube fast. Everyone involved with the late-night dud seems to have one problem or another, including the current Executive Producer, who just had an on-air mental meltdown, and time is running out fast. Enter the networks Chairman of the Board (Steven Weber), a new network president (Amanda Peet) looking to make her mark on the net. Her answer is move is to bring in a pair of fresh-faced writers (Matthew Perry and Bradley Whitford) to try and save the series. Will it work?

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I feel almost fortunate to have stumbled across this Gem of TV, with fantastic characters and strong witty dialogue that made me laugh aloud on several occasions. I tore through the season in mere days, enjoying each and every episode, without ever feeling fed up watching back to back episodes, like I do with so many other shows.

Well done Sorkin for another fine show, just a shame modern audiences have no clue what good quality TV is and Studio 60 had to come to a very premature end.

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Incredible show, with a great ensemble cast, and a lot of nuanced writing and acting. I had read several comments about Matthew Perry's dramatic acting, but I only saw glimpses of that in Go On and decided that it was worth looking more into it. I came into Studio 60 to discover Perry, I ended up discovering many more impeccable actors. I also came to it by mistake - no one I know has ever mentioned it to me before - but it was a true discovery and delicacy, beginning to end. There's a bit of comedy, some drama, and a lot of real life unfolding in front of your eyes.

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Great show but what else would you expect from Sorkin

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