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Hank Azaria and Amanda Peet co-star in "Brockmire," a half-hour comedy series that began years ago as a viral short video on the Funny or Die website. The series centers on the fall of Jim Brockmire, a once-famed major league baseball announcer who suffers an embarrassing on-air meltdown caused by his wife's serial infidelity, leading to a decade away from the booth. Older and presumably wiser, Brockmire attempts to reclaim his career, reputation and love life by returning behind the mic, but the setting -- a broken-down rust belt town, home of the minor league's Morristown Frackers -- is not quite what he envisioned. Strong-willed, hard-drinking owner Julia James has a complicated relationship with Brockmire, while whiz-kid intern Charles is simultaneously entertained by and terrified of the new announcer.

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Jim is trying hard to enact change in the league but the owners don't seem to care or want it; at the same time, Jim's relationship with his daughter is becoming worse, with visits becoming less frequent as she pulls away and becomes an adult.
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In the year 2030, the world is in chaos but at least Jim broadcasts his favorite sport and has the love of his daughter; Jim then learns baseball is worse off than he thinks and his daughter is moving to New York for college.
aired 19 days ago
A preview of the final season of the sitcom, "Brockmire," starring Hank Azaria and Amanda Peet.
aired 311 days ago
Brockmire and Gabby finally get a chance to call their first regular season MLB game for Oakland, but are confronted by protestors who are disciples of bigot Art Newlie.
aired 315 days ago
Brockmire deals with sobriety-induced impotence and Matt's declining health; his AA sponsor reminds Brockmire that he needs to find a higher power if he wants his anxiety gone.
aired 315 days ago
Brockmire goes out of his way to be a good friend when Gabby discovers she is pregnant and finds her wife cheating on her.
aired 315 days ago
Brockmire urges Charles to leave a toxic relationship; Charles is appalled by Gus' producing skills; Brockmire becomes infatuated with Matt Hardesty's nurse.
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Brockmire's mother, who abandoned him and his sister at a young age, comes to town and challenges his relationship with his sister.
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While dealing with a case of broadcaster's anxiety that makes it hard to remember the count, Brockmire faces threats from his predecessor, Matt "The Bat" Hardesty; Brockmire prays to God for the first time.
aired 315 days ago
Brockmire struggles to accept that Jules' new boyfriend is his good friend.
aired 315 days ago
As Brockmire deals with his newfound sobriety, he is introduced as the new announcer for the Oakland Athletics with his co-announcer and former softball star Gabby Taylor.
aired 368 days ago
A look behind Season 3.
aired 545 days ago
Jim goes on a bender with his new nihilistic friend, Elle, who pushes him towards a new level of destruction; Brockmire ends up in the hospital again and finally takes rehab seriously; Charles approaches Jim with a new opportunity.
aired 545 days ago
After Jim ends up in the hospital, Charles has an intervention to stop Brockmire's destructive habits; in attendance are a rag-tag group of friends and enemies from Brockmire's past; Jim meets a dangerous new friend.
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Jim takes a new gig as an Atlanta major league announcer; Charles focuses on the new direction his career might take; confronted with the truth about a legendary announcer, Jim attempts to do the right thing in the most Brockmire-way possible.
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Jules visits Jim, who gives her a tour of New Orleans; they reconnect for an evening, but have trouble figuring out the new terms of their relationship.
aired 545 days ago
Jim faces his dysfunctional family at his father's funeral; he struggles to mend his broken relationship with his sister; Brockmire must make peace with someone from his past.
aired 545 days ago
Jim and Uribe go on an epic bender; Charles discovers a sad truth about Brockmire; when announcing with Raj, Brockmire has a few too many drinks.
aired 545 days ago
Despite Jim's protests, Charles needs the night off for his birthday; Jim attempts to throw him a party, but things quickly get out of hand; tensions arise when Jim shows up at Charles' birthday dinner and meets his judgmental family.
aired 545 days ago
Now calling minor league games in New Orleans, Jim is up for the major leagues in Atlanta; he competes against Raj, a likable young announcer; Charles works on the podcast despite Brockmire's antics; a friend from Morristown stops by for a visit.
aired 545 days ago
Brockmire must choose between staying in Morristown or returning to the major leagues.

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