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A husband begins tracking his wife's extra-marital affair with a male escort.

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Sean Jablonski
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Series cast summary:
Matt Passmore ...  Neil Truman 20 episodes, 2014-2015
Stephanie Szostak ...  Grace Truman 20 episodes, 2014-2015
Blair Redford ...  Simon 20 episodes, 2014-2015
Katherine LaNasa ...  Adriana 20 episodes, 2014-2015
Michelle DeShon ...  Anika Truman 20 episodes, 2014-2015
Brittany S. Hall ...  Rosalie 15 episodes, 2014-2015
Spencer Garrett ...  Victor O'Connell 11 episodes, 2014-2015
Deanna Russo ...  Stephanie 10 episodes, 2014
Tzi Ma ...  Zen Master / ... 9 episodes, 2014-2015
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A provocative drama that explores modern marriage at its midpoint. Through the lens of one couple, Neil Truman, and his wife Grace, this series answers the question, "What do you do when having it all is not enough?" by delving into their shocking and unconventional choices. Written by Jiilo_Kim

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USA

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English

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17 July 2014 (USA) See more »

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Neil, Inc. See more »

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Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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An initial good start , now feels like a Sitcom.
25 July 2014 | by Dr_SaganSee all my reviews

The pilot of Satisfaction was very good. In its 65' feels more like a movie than an episode of a series.

Neil, a successful investment banker and a family man, has an epiphany and thinks he's living a life without meaning. He decides to do something about that, to speak the truth, to take matters in his own hand, but... the results are far from what he might expected! After the end of the pilot everything seems completed though. Most of the characters did their circle and any farther reference to them anymore seems futile. But it's a show, not a movie! So these characters keep coming back. Their story didn't end but now they seem totally unnecessary.

Just finished watching the second (42' this time) episode and now my initial good review is changing to the worst. The editing is now avoiding crucial parts of what is happening. The script is making the characters more wooden and predictable. I, as a viewer, now care less about them.

The show unfortunately turns into a sitcom. There are even some elements of comic relief, like with a Buddhist "Monk" (another character who completed his circle in the pilot, but he is still present in the 2nd episode) who's pickpocketing a cellphone to send a SMS.

Also in the second episode we get to see the title sequence, with a nip-tuck version of Satisfaction (by the Rolling stones), that I really truly wished not to be the music theme of series, but in vain.

Overall: See the pilot. If you question yourself after, "Where the show goes from here?" skip the rest of the series.


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