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Episodes 3 Seasons 2014

Bafta award-winning Matt LeBlanc stars in this comedy about British writers in Hollywood.

Starring:
Matt LeBlanc, Tamsin Greig

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1. Episode 1

Matt tries to convince his ex-wife to forgive him for sleeping with his stalker.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: 14 May 2014
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2. Episode 2

Matt's custody case is made worse when he's caught drink driving with the kids in the car.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: 21 May 2014
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3. Episode 3

When an exciting career move come up, Matt tries to persuade Sean and Bev to kill him off.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: 28 May 2014
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4. Episode 4

Matt's career faces unexpected difficulties when he goes to appear on 'The Tonight Show'.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: 4 June 2014
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5. Episode 5

The future of 'Pucks!' hangs in the balance, and Sean and Bev visit a sex therapist.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: 11 June 2014
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6. Episode 6

Matt finds solace in the arms of a 19-year-old fan when 'Pucks!' is finally pulled.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: 18 June 2014
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7. Episode 7

Matt is crushed to learn that his former stalker is no longer obsessed with him.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: 25 June 2014
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8. Episode 8

As filming on 'Pucks!' draws to a close, everyone is focused on their next steps.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: 2 July 2014
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9. Episode 9

As new opportunities grow, Bev struggles to keep Sean on course to return home to London.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: 9 July 2014
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Product Details

Genres Comedy
Starring Matt LeBlanc, Tamsin Greig
Supporting actors Stephen Mangan
Season year 2014
Network BBC 2
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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Without doubt one of the funniest programmes on TV at the moment - and like all the best comedy, although it contains grotesques, it also has characters that you really care about.

I missed this first time around, but discovered it via a streaming service that only carries Seasons 1 & 2 at the moment, so had to buy Season 3 to keep going. Anyone who has had the slightest contact with TV or the movie industry will realise just how effective and pointed the portrayal of the false nature of the business is, the two main characters are superb, and Matt Le Blanc parodies himself and slightly faded stardom with relish.

A truly brilliant piece of work.
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Tightly written and, as per the first two series, superbly acted. So refreshing to see an American who truly appears not to take himself too seriously. Cynics may say that is due to the only modest success most projects LeBlanc has undertaken since Friends have enjoyed. Whatever the truth, the man has great comic timing and Tamsin Greig and Stephen Mangan's characters are brilliant foils to the ridiculousness of Hollywood.
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When you get to the third season in any series, there's the worry of things getting stale, and in the case of a comedy series that jokes will not be as funny as ideas start to run dry, signalling the end. With Episodes Series 3, the jokes are as strong as ever, particularly with the main plot of it possibly being the end; for "Pucks!", for Tamsin Greig and Stephen Mangan's Beverley and Sean Lincoln's marriage, and for Matt LeBlanc's career.

Finality plays a big role in this season, particularly with the return of most of the cast members from the previous two seasons, including a cameo from a pivotal character from Series 2 near the end, and also in the beefing up of Oliver Kieran-Jones' former assistant to Sean and Beverley, turned-protégé-turned-mortal-enemy Andrew Lesley. That doesn't mean that there aren't new characters introduced, with Chris Diamantopoulos' hotshot new network executive Castor Sotto providing great comedy and managing to stand his own with characters we've known from the very beginning.

What makes this series shine however is not just in the comedy, but also in the dramatic moments, especially as Sean and Beverley try to fix their marriage after the events of Series 2. It's these poignant moments that offer real humanity in this playfully cynic look at the American television industry by people who know all too well about that world.

That's not to say it's without fault as there are some, mostly with the three main characters.
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I loved the first two season of Episodes. Season three isn't quite as good, but still definitely worth the watch. The comedy is very well done, and the chemistry between LeBlanc, Greig and Mangan is still excellent. Definitely worth the watch.
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Just perfect. It's difficult to describe this as I don't think there's been much like it before. Series one was utterly brilliant, series two was a disaster and lost the plot and any direction it had but this series three is pure quality. Matt leBlanc and all the cast are fabulous and the pace of it is perfectly weighted. There are some killer one liners and scenes. Just buy it and relax.
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I love episodes but found this season to be a let down compared to the previous two. Series 3 consists of far too much cheap humour and not enough Matt Le Blanc. LeBlanc steals every scene he's in. The comedy between Karen and the new TV executive is unwatchable, and it's cringe worthy watching Kathleen Rose Perkins trying to be funny each episode by pull silly faces and putting on a daft voice. Her assistant must be the worst character in TV history. The scrunched up face joke and the noises that come from her mouth are wearing far too thin now. Lets get rid of her, please.Episodes needs to be cleverer than this, and after watching the first two series we have proof that the writers are more than capable of making this series a real success. Judging by the story line, series three appears to have acted as a padded out 'set up a new story arc' series, laying the foundations for hopefully a great series 4.
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They probably expected this to be the last in the series and it shows. The actors seem more relaxed and their characters seem to develop so much more and become more animated. It all adds up to a funnier and more dynamic comedy. We care more about the characters as each episode goes by and by the end we feel for the dilemma they are put in.
This is high brow as far as comedy goes but it's as funny as hell. The character depth means that just a look can say so much and be so funny.
If I have a criticism it would be that there are so few outtakes on the disc.
Thank heavens someone decided to make a fourth series. Jimmy Mulville is the saviour of quality tv long may he reign.
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This is a great show. First season starts out a bit slow (like all pilot episodes they're a bit safe) but it dies get good. Matt Le Blanc is brilliant in this show.
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