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Spanning five decades, "Fosse/Verdon" explores the singular romantic and creative partnership between Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon. Bob is a visionary filmmaker and one of the theater's most influential choreographers and directors, and Gwen is the greatest Broadway dancer of all time. Only Bob can create the groundbreaking musicals that allow Gwen to showcase her greatness. Only Gwen can realize the unique vision in Bob's head. Together, they will change the face of American entertainment -- at a perilous cost.

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aired 100 days ago
Gwen looks ahead to an uncertain future, as Bob tells the story of his life on film.
aired 110 days ago
Gwen fights to assert her own creative vision on "Chicago," challenging Bob's increasingly dark approach to the musical.
aired 118 days ago
As Bob is pulled between multiple projects, he and Gwen begin rehearsals for "Chicago," but the mounting pressure may prove too much to bear.
aired 125 days ago
As old friends reunite for a weekend at the beach, new tensions emerge between Bob and Gwen.
aired 132 days ago
Bob's career takes some huge leaps, while Gwen struggles to overcome personal and professional setbacks.
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As Gwen and Bob pursue separate projects, Gwen thinks back to the beginning of her career, and the circumstances that led her to her current position.
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Rising Broadway star Gwen Verdon has a life-changing encounter with ambitious young choreographer Bob Fosse.
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Exploring the singular romantic and creative partnership between choreographer/director Bob Fosse and dancer Gwen Verdon.

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