Everyone wants something. There is a mysterious figure who sits in the booth at the end, who you make a deal with to get what you want. You do the task or you don't - that is up to you, but... See full summary »
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2012   2011  
4 wins & 2 nominations. See more awards »
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 The Man (10 episodes, 2010-2012)
Jennifer Del Rosario ...
 Melody (10 episodes, 2010-2012)
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 Doris (9 episodes, 2010-2012)
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 Cheryl (5 episodes, 2012)
Matt Boren ...
 Willem (5 episodes, 2010)
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 Sister Carmel (5 episodes, 2010)
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 Allen (5 episodes, 2010)
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 Jack (5 episodes, 2012)
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 Jenny (5 episodes, 2010)
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 Dillon (5 episodes, 2012)
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 Theresa (5 episodes, 2012)
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 James (5 episodes, 2010)
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 Henry (5 episodes, 2012)
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 Bobby (5 episodes, 2012)
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Everyone wants something. There is a mysterious figure who sits in the booth at the end, who you make a deal with to get what you want. You do the task or you don't - that is up to you, but there are no rule changes in this captivating show. Written by TricKy

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Drama | Mystery

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The booth  »

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Xander Berkeley and Sarah Clarke are married in real life. They previously starred together in 24 (2001). See more »

Quotes

[repeated line]
Various Clients: [password phrase used when approaching The Man in the booth for the first time] I hear the pastrami sandwich is very good here.
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Surreally wonderful
31 May 2012 | by (Serbia) – See all my reviews

It happens once in a year for me, I think. To stumble upon something that I know I will cherish for as long as I am capable of memories.

"The Booth at the End" is a thought-provoking, unbelievably engaging, and convincingly performed series of short episodes, all filmed at a booth in a diner. I read in one of the comments how the person thought this setting could never achieve the level of engagement it did, but was (fortunately!) mistaken. This might be the first science-fiction film/series in which I truly did not want to find out the 'secret' behind the story. It is an allegory of life, of flawed human nature, but also of occasional glimpses at divinity in ourselves, and it is as such that it ought to remain. Honestly a wonderful piece, both with respect to writing and production.

Also, I would like to commend Xander Berkeley for his brilliant performance. So heartfelt, on the verge between reality and fantasy, hell and heaven.

I do hope I will have the opportunity to come across more projects of this kind in the future.


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