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  • TV-14
  • 2019
  • 2 Seasons
  • 7.3  (6,183)

Flack is a British-American dramedy television series which aired from 2019 to 2021 on Pop. The show revolves around the life of a public relations (PR) executive named Robyn, played by Anna Paquin, who works for a prestigious London-based PR firm. The show combines humor, drama, and satire to take the audience on a rollercoaster ride of emotions.

Flack opens with Robyn working on a PR campaign to protect a celebrity's public image. She is good at her job, and she knows it. Robyn is smart, sharp-witted, and cunning. She is very good at managing people, but her personal life is a mess. She drinks too much, has affairs with married men, and is estranged from her sister.

Robyn's team is composed of four other women who work in the same PR firm. Eve (Lydia Wilson) is Robyn's best friend and confidant. Mel (Rebecca Benson) is the newbie who is eager to please Robyn. Anna (Genevieve Angelson) is the American who is new to London and her job as a PR executive. Caroline (Sophie Okonedo) is their boss who is just as ruthless as Robyn, but Robyn has a complicated relationship with her.

The show skillfully weaves together Robyn's personal and professional life. Her relationships with her family, friends, co-workers, and lovers all intertwine to make a fascinating narrative. The show takes place in London, adding a new dimension to the mix. The city is a character in its own right, and the show captures its essence beautifully.

The show is very topical, and it takes on contemporary issues like gender inequality, social media, mental health, and racism. The characters are well-rounded, and the show delves into their backstories to see what motivates them. The writing is sharp, witty, and insightful. The show is not afraid to take risks and tackles some difficult themes with grace and humor.

Anna Paquin's performance as Robyn is outstanding. She brings a lot of depth to the character, and she is convincing as a PR executive who can manipulate people to get what she wants. Her chemistry with the rest of the cast is excellent, particularly her scenes with Sophie Okonedo, who plays her boss.

Rebecca Benson gives a strong performance as Mel, the newbie. She is wide-eyed, eager, and enthusiastic about her job. She provides the innocence in the show, and her character is a great foil to Robyn's cynicism. Genevieve Angelson is excellent as Anna, the American. She brings an outsider's perspective, and her character is a great vehicle to comment on the cultural differences between Americans and the British.

The show's production values are high. The cinematography is excellent, and the editing is tight. The pacing is brisk, and the show does not waste any time. The show's music is noteworthy, particularly the opening credits sequence.

Flack is a great binge-watch. The show is addictive, and it puts the audience on the edge of their seat. The show keeps the viewers guessing, and it is not predictable. The show explores the nuances of human relationships, and it does so with a deft hand. It is a great mix of humor and drama, and it leaves the viewer wanting more.

In conclusion, Flack is a must-watch for fans of dark comedies. It is well-written, well-acted, and well-produced. The show explores a lot of contemporary issues and does so with humor and empathy. It is a great showcase for Anna Paquin, who gives a powerhouse performance as Robyn. Flack is a gem of a show, and it deserves to be watched.

Flack is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (18 episodes). The series first aired on February 21, 2019.

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5. Alexa
June 11, 2021
Robyn resorts to harder drugs as her life starts to spiral. A vigilante website claims that an elderly environmental presenter is the historical abuser of actress Alexa a client of the agency. As the team try to smooth things over, Alexa reveals she was never abused, but made the whole thing up in the wake of the #MeToo movement, leaving them in a precarious dilemma. Melody learns her father's cancer has returned and resorts to taking drugs at the suggestion of her housemate. And now at her new job, Ruth cannot help flirting with her handsome boss, Ross.
4. Duncan
June 11, 2021
Robyn's grip on her personal life begins to slide even further as she goes on a drug induced bender, unable to be contacted by any of her colleagues. Caroline, her daughter and grandchildren attend Duncan's funeral, where Caroline learns that Damian, his son, has been left a major share of the company. Eve attends her future sister-in-law's bachelorette party with her mother Victoria, and the night slowly descends into Eve's contemplation of her own inadequacy in her mother's eyes.
3. Clara
June 11, 2021
Robyn remembers back to the troubled days leading up to her mother, Clara's, suicide. In the present she collects even more prescription drugs from her dealer American Mike as her recovery slides further out of sight. Gabriel grows more infatuated with Eve. And Mills-Paulson turns their hand to staging a riotous photo for the campaign of a London Mayoral hopeful, William Pendleton.
Brand Barron
2. Brand Barron
June 11, 2021
Robyn, Melody and Eve try to keep the press from discovering that the true father of celebrity couple Darren and Roxy Barron's baby is basketball player Kadell James. Ruth manages to find herself a new job. Melody discovers that her ex and co-worker Craig is now with Steph, another girl from the office.
1. Sofi
June 11, 2021
Upon discovering she is pregnant, Robyn throws herself into managing the fall out of an assault by one of her supermodel clients. Caroline, Robyn's boss rekindles an affair with her ex-husband. And after meeting Gabriel Cole, one of the agency's handsome new clients, Eve hires Robyn's former assistant Melody back at the agency.
Where to Watch Flack
Flack is available for streaming on the Pop website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Flack on demand at Amazon Prime.
  • Premiere Date
    February 21, 2019
  • IMDB Rating
    7.3  (6,183)