It's a generational clash when 40-something ad exec Thom Payne gets a new wunderkind boss, who is in his mid-20s. When his boss starts using words like digital, social and viral, Thom realizes he may need to rebrand himself to compete in a technology-driven world. His pursuit of happiness is going well to this point -- he has a beautiful house in the woods, a loving family, a roster of big-name clients and a trophy shelf filled with awards for his work -- but being slow to adapt compromises his quest. His immediate supervisor, 50-something Jonathan, has begun to embrace the changing environment and encourages Thom to do the same. Otherwise, Thom may be stuck being just "happyish" for the rest of his life.
Thom writes a story, and then quits his job; "Radical Capitalism"; hopes and dreams; a big red slide.
Thom learns something terrible about Larry; Lee takes Julius to Hebrew School; Thom seeks advice from Dani.
Thom is forced out of his office; Lee meets Sandy while helping out as "lunch mom"; James Deen gives advice on success in porn and corporate America.
Thom promises Julius he will return from Los Angeles with a toy, but must stay longer than expected; Lee gets a new cell phone.
Thom takes over a campaign and consoles Larry; Lee goes into a tailspin over a new store at the mall; the Swedes try to steal Lorna.
When Thom misses a morning meeting, Gottfrid questions his priorities; Lee finds a new studio with a Holocaust survivor for a landlord; Thom's train kills a commuter.
Thom is overrun by jerks; the Swedes emasculate Thom at work; Jonathan introduces the official Nazi handbook at a meeting; Julius is suspended.
Thom receives differing ideas on the meaning of suffering after Julius gets ill; MGT departments begin downsizing.
Thom gets a lesson in corporate America involving German pornography; the Swedes push a new campaign; Lee's mother sends Julius a package.
A 44-year-old man is pressured to rebrand himself when his agency hires young creative directors to evolve the company.
Emergency room nurse Jackie Peyton does everything she can to provide her patients with the best care possible while navigating the waters of a crumbling health-care system. But she has a secret that is increasingly difficult to keep from people -- she relies on Vicodin and Adderall to get her through high-stress shifts at a New York hospital, where she isn't above bending the rules to keep things running smoothly in the face of indifferent doctors, penny-pinching bean counters and miles of bureaucratic red tape.
Roadies are a largely underappreciated part of a concert. This comedy series, created by music industry veteran Cameron Crowe ("Almost Famous"), puts the hard-working individuals in the spotlight by providing an insider's look at the lives of some of the roadies for the Staton-House Band. Although they don't have the prolific lives and public scandals of the rockers who take the stage each night, there is still enough recklessness and romance to go around for the road crew. The roadies persevere through the issues they face in their personal lives to make sure the show goes on as planned every night.
Based on the same-named hit movie from 1999 that starred Heath Ledger and Julia Stiles, this half-hour series returns to Padua High, where newcomers Kat and Bianca Stratford attempt to navigate the popular crowd and the opposite sex while dealing with their overprotective dad. Kat is a strong-willed, confident kid with an eye toward her post-high-school life, while the only concern Bianca seems to have is how popular she becomes. But smooth sailing it won't be for the pair, especially in the company of head cheerleader Chastity, love-struck nerds like Cameron and the school's mysterious bad boy, Patrick.
Summertime in the Midwest means another season at summer camp for teens, which usually promises the campers and counselors such experiences as first loves and first kisses. This time, though, the anticipated summer of fun becomes a summer of terror in this drama series set in the late '80s. When a new owner reopens the previously closed Camp Stillwater, its ancient mythologies awaken, and evil pops up at every turn in the seemingly idyllic setting. With the evil happenings, the young people at Camp Stillwater can add first kills to their list of firsts for the summer.
Georgie and Poppy Carlton are descendants of the British royal family and heirs to Caunty Manor, a large country estate in Norfolk, England. The young British aristocrats are ready to venture to the United States, where they will interact with everyday Americans as they travel from coast to coast. They have agreed to have a camera crew follow them to document their tour, which has a couple of objectives for them. In addition to allowing them to spread their wings and experience a different culture, Georgie and Poppy hope to achieve specific personal goals. Georgie wants to become more "manly" so he can take on the responsibilities of Caunty Manor and live up to his late father's legacy; Poppy is looking to raise her profile while in America and fulfill her dream of finding fame as a pop star, actor, author, lifestyle guru or pretty much any profession -- as long as she becomes famous.