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"The Institute Of The Higher Mind" is the name of the religion that is the central focus of this television series. Obviously that they use that name instead of "The Church of Scientology".
In general this show is about a well know Hollywood Celebrity who just broke up with his girlfriend. "The Institute Of The Higher Mind" however holds fake auditions for a film which is actually an audition to be the girlfriend of "The Institutes" most famous member.
The show is based on Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes real life. This show however needs to tighten its grip on the story lines. There is way too many people to keep track off.
Josh Henderson is okay in the starring role but his acting range (so far) is as limited Tom Cruise's.
What could of been a great show is muddled by "E". The show is not edgy because in reality they don't want Tom Cruise mad at them . If he is mad he will never have anything to do for the "E" Channel. That includes any type of interviews. That includes sit down interviews or stopping on a red carpet and granting one. He can also get the co- stars of his films NOT to do "E" when it comes to promoting a film.
Next year I hope "The Arrangement" will have a more central focus.
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