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A couple goes through a long, drawn-out divorce.


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Series cast summary:
Sarah Jessica Parker ...  Frances 24 episodes, 2016-2019
Thomas Haden Church ...  Robert 24 episodes, 2016-2019
Sterling Jerins ...  Lila 21 episodes, 2016-2019
Molly Shannon ...  Diane 18 episodes, 2016-2018
Talia Balsam ...  Dallas 18 episodes, 2016-2018
Tracy Letts ...  Nick 18 episodes, 2016-2018
Charlie Kilgore ...  Tom 18 episodes, 2016-2018
Becki Newton ...  Jackie 12 episodes, 2018-2019


A couple goes through a long, drawn-out divorce.

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For better or worse. Or worse.


Comedy | Drama


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Release Date:

9 October 2016 (USA) See more »

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Divorce. See more »

Filming Locations:

Tarrytown, New York, USA

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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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The first trailer debuted on Sarah Jessica Parker's Instagram account. The song featured is "Head on" by Man Man. See more »

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A so far interesting and sometimes funny look at divorce
15 November 2016 | by willcoraSee all my reviews

HBO's Divorce is a story about one particular couple, not all couples. This is representative of your divorce. Every circumstance is different. Sarah Jessica brings her eloquent, expressive and warmly whimsical acting style to the role of flawed but relatable Frances who feels trapped and repressed in her marriage to Robert, played by Thomas Haden Church. The pair seem oddly mismatched from the beginning, with Roberts brutish ways, crude humour and arrogant demeanor in complete contrast with Frances' refined ways.

Robert can frankly be quite a pri*k at times but you can see it's coming from a place of pain. He still loves his wife even though he knows it isn't working. A touching scene was when he placed his hand on her shoulder after breaking the news to the kids. He stepped up to the traditional "It's all going to be OK" patriarchal role of the father, even though it's clear Frances is the pants wearer and bread winner in this relationship.

I found myself sucked into this strange yet relatable world. Who hasn't felt the habits of your significant other once you thought cute at the beginning of a relationship, drive you crazy by the end of it?

I think it has struck a good balance between dark humour and melancholic reflection on modern relationships. I don't think it's quite there yet as sometimes it does feel a little forced. But like Netflix's Grace and Frankie which struggled with tone its first season due to the sensitive themes, Divorce too needs to find it's stride. I'll be sticking around to see what it turns into, as Divorce can't last forever.

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