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Downward Dog 

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A lonely dog navigates the complexity of 21st century relationships.
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Series cast summary:
Allison Tolman ...  Nan 8 episodes, 2017
Samm Hodges ...  Martin 8 episodes, 2017
Lucas Neff ...  Jason 8 episodes, 2017
Kirby Howell-Baptiste ...  Jenn 8 episodes, 2017
Ned the Dog ...  Martin 8 episodes, 2017
Barry Rothbart ...  Kevin 7 episodes, 2017
Maria Bamford ...  Pepper 4 episodes, 2017
Ayden Mayeri ...  Gwen 3 episodes, 2017
Siovhan Christensen ...  Keira 3 episodes, 2017
Louis Herthum ...  Wade 2 episodes, 2017
Andrew Gorell ...  Paul 2 episodes, 2017
Christophe Parker ...  Dan 2 episodes, 2017
Phil Nardozzi ...  Club member / ... 2 episodes, 2017
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A lonely dog navigates the complexity of 21st century relationships.

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Thoughts of a stay at home Dog.

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USA

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English

Release Date:

17 May 2017 (USA) See more »

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По-собачьи See more »

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Pittsburgh ,Pennsylvania, USA

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16:9 HD
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Downward Dog was originally a web series that was expanded for television. See more »

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Give it to the 4th episode before you judge
7 June 2017 | by mrocco-1See all my reviews

If you love dogs (or animals in general) then I'm sure you want to give this show a chance. And if you read reviews first I'm sure there is a chance you'll decide to skip it. I was turned onto to this show by my brother. I wasn't sure I 'got it' at first. Last night I watched Ep 4. I was by myself and literally laughed out loud. I'm now completely hooked.

Our hero is Martin, the companion of Nan. The show is narrated in the first person by our hero. Martin is a millennial dog, so yes he uses the term 'like' a lot. It fits him. He gets very philosophical about his very narrow life. He certainly thinks he knows more than he does. At times he has a very high opinion of himself, at other times he is a furry ball of insecurity.

If you can make it to Ep 4 I promise you too will LOL. There is a scene in they backyard playground of a super dog named Hunter. If you get to line "and then I was shocked" and haven't laughed, then you can be sure the show is not for you and my promise was empty.


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