A music scout gets fired from his corporate job and gets a job at a smaller indie label.

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Michael Rauch
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Series cast summary:
Tom Cavanagh ...  Tom Farrell 8 episodes, 2006
Judy Greer ...  Bran Lowenstein 8 episodes, 2006
Larenz Tate ...  Shooter Cooper 8 episodes, 2006
Christopher Wiehl ...  Jake Dunne 8 episodes, 2006
Ivana Milicevic ...  Julia 8 episodes, 2006
Jason Priestley ...  Mike Freed 8 episodes, 2006
Katherine LaNasa ...  Karen Freed 8 episodes, 2006
Erik Jensen ...  Jeff 8 episodes, 2006
Karin Duseva Karin Duseva ...  Lilli 8 episodes, 2006
Emiko Koizumi ...  Record Executive 8 episodes, 2006
Rebecca Thomas ...  True Vinyl Employee 7 episodes, 2006
Eric Bogosian ...  Phil Leshing 5 episodes, 2006
Ben Shenkman ...  Scott Tucker 5 episodes, 2006
Teddy Geiger ...  Wayne 4 episodes, 2006
Daniel Sunjata ...  Diego 4 episodes, 2006
James McDaniel ...  Derrick Cooper / ... 4 episodes, 2006
Adam Vincentz Adam Vincentz ...  True Vinyl Staffer 4 episodes, 2006
Ted R. Lewinski Ted R. Lewinski ...  Cafe Patron / ... 4 episodes, 2006
RJ Lucci ...  Vinyl Staffer 4 episodes, 2006
Jennifer Scott ...  Groupie / ... 4 episodes, 2006
Joe Sernio ...  TRL Stage Manager / ... 3 episodes, 2006
Rebecca Mader ...  Grace 3 episodes, 2006
John Gallagher Jr. ...  Paul 2 episodes, 2006
Donnie Keshawarz Donnie Keshawarz ...  Clete 2 episodes, 2006
Jeff McCarthy ...  Wayne's Father 2 episodes, 2006
Joey Giambattista ...  Waiter 2 episodes, 2006
Tyler Johnson ...  Good Looking Guy / ... 2 episodes, 2006
John Reeves John Reeves ...  John 2 episodes, 2006
Amanda Saphire Billingham Amanda Saphire Billingham ...  Bar Partron / ... 2 episodes, 2006
Makenzie Bloomer ...  Dinner Guest / ... 2 episodes, 2006
Linda Rivera Bradt Linda Rivera Bradt ...  50's Chick 2 episodes, 2006
Katelyn Ann Clark Katelyn Ann Clark ...  True Vinyl Staffer / ... 2 episodes, 2006
Jill DeMonstoy ...  Business Woman / ... 2 episodes, 2006
Cynthia Foster ...  Baby Shower Woman / ... 2 episodes, 2006
Ingrid Graham ...  Anita 2 episodes, 2006
Susan Lay Susan Lay ...  Simone 2 episodes, 2006
Lovari Lovari ...  Music Roadie 2 episodes, 2006
Laura Poe ...  Wayne's Mom 2 episodes, 2006
Larry Sherman ...  Elevator Guy 2 episodes, 2006
Kristen Silverman ...  Anne - True Vinyl Records Employee 2 episodes, 2006
Brandon Slagle ...  Musician #1 2 episodes, 2006
Brian Speaker Brian Speaker ...  Additional Voices 2 episodes, 2006
Heather Sullivan ...  Gary 2 episodes, 2006
Kento Tachibana Kento Tachibana ...  Rock Musician 2 episodes, 2006
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Record label executive Tom Farrell has an eye for talent. Akas, his boss doubts his killer-instinct so much that Tom gets fired. So he and a few friends start a minor music label, specializing in a few unknown potential pop/rock-stars, but if they pick right that also means larger labels con offer better deals. Meanwhile, Tom's sister and confident links him to over-sensitive surgeon Mike Freed and a bunch of basketball mates, including closet-guy TV reporter Jake Dunne. Written by KGF Vissers

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Official Sites:

CBS [United States]

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 January 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Majomszeretet See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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After 3 episodes, CBS canceled the show and then the remaining episodes got picked up by VH1. See more »

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complaining or just contemplating?
23 February 2006 | by wbdbikesSee all my reviews

Why is it that a network will get rid of shows that seem to actually be funny, and can actually grow? DO they rather keep shows on like..idk crap reality that isn't even close to real reality? Flaver Flav? Surreal Life? Real World/Road Rules etc etc etc. People generally watch TV series because 1. They like the characters 2. They like the way its written 3. Like the music in the series 4. Like where and how its filmed. Love Monkey had all these and then some. What a great concept...yeah CONCEPT, a 30 something in the music business, goes indie follows indie bands, has a rough time with women, has good friends....wait..thats not real enough. Because no one in really life has good buddies, or women problems or between jobs. We all compete for money and prizes and have lines of women to pick from.(man i wish..just imagine that..prizes.) Instead lets cancel a very promising show, and air NCIS, because lord knows we don't have enough shows of a team investigating something. (I believe that there is at least 8 shows on cbs, if not more.) Just watch reruns of scooby doo, at least that is more entertaining. This show was being compared to, or at least i heard it was being compared to sex in the city. BUT they didn't cancel sex in the city after 3 or 4 episodes, granted it was on HBO. Getting back to the matter at hand, why must a network get rid of a show before it can actually grow? Networks in the past have given shows multiple chances at different time slots and, or different days. How come they didn't with Love MOnkey? Tuesday at 10pm..now there is a great time slot. Beginning of the week..at 10 at night...for a brand new show. Lets try that again...Brand new show, 10 at night, on a Tuesday. Head still hurt on that one? Did you ever see any advertising for the show? I live by the city and the only advertising I have seen for it is on the front of two buses. WHOA..thats hardcore..oh wait, I guess they are trying to push the CSI franchise..or the seinfeld spin off (note..i loved seinfeld..not spin offs, and lets face it..all shows with those characters in it or some how spin offs) After all this..all I ask is that you SAVE THE MONKEY. GO to cbs.com, scroll all the way down to feedback. And what's funny is that under prime time, Love Monkey isn't even listed so choose other and write away. thanks for reading. should i keep going?

**Don't let Love Monkey have the same fate as Two Guys a Girl and a Pizza Place, or Undeclared, or Freaks and Geeks, or well lets face it, there are a lot of other shows.**


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