The adventures of mobster-turned-movie producer Hollywood. TV show based on Elmore Leonard's novel and subsequent film.

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 Louis Darnell 10 episodes, 2017
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 Emma Daly 10 episodes, 2017
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 Amara De Escalones 10 episodes, 2017
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 Katie Daly 10 episodes, 2017
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 April Quinn 9 episodes, 2017
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 Nathan Hill 6 episodes, 2017
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 Brandon Fisher 5 episodes, 2017
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The adventures of mobster-turned-movie producer Hollywood. TV show based on Elmore Leonard's novel and subsequent film.

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You're only as good as your last hit.

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Comedy | Crime

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Ray Romano's shaggy hairdo was styled after producer Brian Grazer. See more »

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Version of Get Shorty (1995) See more »

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Rising Nevada
28 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

Okay so who isn't an Elmore Leonard fan? And someone who cant find a relate in the baddie trying to get clear story arch is someone who uses entertainment to torture themselves anyway...but adaptations of a movie into an entire season of episodes is a tricky thing to nail... And yet, boldly, almost impudently, it squares off with such vaunted notables as Fargo and doesn't blink. An Amazing cast and screw tightening almost unbearable drama mix and froth together with skill and precision, like watching two armies rush together on the battlefield; They merge then begin to fractal out into swirls and eddies multiplying the interactions exponentially and wielding their predictability to deftly augment expectations so that in the end we find ourselves spinning in the wake, breathless and drained yet slightly giddy at he kernel of thought forming up inside you. That yes, there is a strong chance you've just been ruined for all others by the Titan now sloshing away from you, towards the horizon, as you turn to your loved ones, or whoever else is around and and do nothing to impede the grins rictus-ing your faces.


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