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Based on a series of short films, the dramedy series "This Close" explores the relationship between 20-something best friends Kate, who is newly engaged, and Michael, who is attempting to move on from his ex-fiancé. Universal and relatable themes of love and friendship are touched on throughout the half-hour episodes, which are written by stars Shoshannah Stern and Josh Feldman -- actual best friends, both of whom are deaf. The ensemble cast includes Cheryl Hines as Kate's boss and Marlee Matlin as Michael's mother, a recovering alcoholic trying to reconnect with her son.

Latest episodes

aired 74 days ago
Danny confesses to Kate that he has lost his job; Kate decides to be more proactive at work; Michael becomes inspired and works on a new graphic novel, a memoir based on his childhood.
aired 74 days ago
Ryan's Palm Springs vacation home is the site of Kate, Danny, Michael and Ryan's best and worst memories together, as flashbacks reveal how each relationship has grown and deteriorated.
aired 81 days ago
Kate attempts to host the perfect Thanksgiving dinner for Michael and his family, but secrets threaten to ruin the holiday.
aired 81 days ago
Emboldened after a successful PR event for work, Kate approaches her boss about an exciting potential client, but is disappointed by her response.
aired 88 days ago
Kate's boss, Stella, sends her to represent their PR firm at an industry panel, but it is not what Kate expected; Michael's meeting with his editor about his new graphic novel does not go well.
aired 88 days ago
Best friends Kate and Michael travel from Los Angeles to Seattle for a book signing and Q&A for Michael's first graphic novel; the trip up north quickly goes south when Michael discovers Kate has been keeping a secret from him.

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