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Off the Leash was a reality TV show about dogs that premiered in 2006. The show is about how Hollywood is searching for the next big animal superstar to star in its films. In Off the Leash contestants and their dogs compete against one another to become the next big dog star in Hollywood.

In Off the Leash judges select contestants and their dogs who they believe are suitable for the competition based on an audition. The contestants who made it through the audition then train and perform. After training and performing a single winner is named the next big dog superstar of Hollywood.

Off the Leash is a Reality series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (6 episodes). The series first aired on December 18, 2006. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.8.

Off the Leash is available for streaming on the Lifetime Entertainment Services website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Off the Leash on demand at iTunes online.

Lifetime Entertainment Services
1 Season, 6 Episodes
December 18, 2006
Cast: Monica Lee Gradischek
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Off the Leash Full Episode Guide

  • Lifetime movie producers review the candidates from Le Paws. Though they wonder if they made the right decision to commit to the agency, the producers watch the dogs, review tapes, interview the owners and tell Addison their choice. Finally, after months of training, auditions and special instruction, one of Le Paws' high-end dogs has landed a role in a Lifetime movie! Addison immediately starts negotiating for his new star client, knowing there's a lot at stake for the company and the dogs. The dog's owner, Addison and the trainer have to get the dog ready for his role; they have to make travel arrangements and teach the dog new tricks. Will the dog -- and his owner -- be up to the challenge?

  • The Le Paws staff plans an elaborate graduation ceremony for the dream team. The dogs' owners have stars in their eyes: They've shelled out a lot of cash for training, and they want results! So do Le Paws' owners, Michelle and Stuart, who tell Addison he has to land a lead role for one of the company's dogs. He scores an overall casting deal for Le Paws' dream team, in which one dog will get his big break on TV. The trainers will have their work cut out for them when they have to get all the dream-team dogs ready to audition for the role of their young careers.

  • The Le Paws trainers inform Michelle and Stuart that it's going to be a while before these dogs are ready to book big studio jobs. To land starring roles, Le Paws clients must finish at least two levels of training. As talented as the dream-team dogs are, they're all still rookies. The best way to keep the company going strong is to sign up more dogs for the level-one obedience classes. Stuart and Michelle offer $1,000 and a parking spot to the salesperson who books the most dogs for training.

  • Le Paws is betting that one of the five dream-team dogs can break out and become a star -- TV, movies, endorsement deals! The company has the best dog trainers in Hollywood, but they have their work cut out for them trying to mold these dogs into the canine equivalents of Tom Cruise. Michelle and Stuart are also putting pressure on the staff to make Le Paws the doggie version of Creative Artists Agency, a well-known talent and literary agency for humans. So they throw a big Hollywood party to help put the company on the map.

  • Le Paws, a Hollywood pet-talent agency, scouts, trains and represents "dog talent" in the motion picture and television industry. Co-owners Stuart and Michelle have an open casting call, hoping to find their new top dog. Hundreds of eccentric owners and their pets show up, but only five lucky ones are chosen. Which talented dog will have what it takes to become the next Lassie?