Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip

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  • TV-14
  • 2006
  • 1 Season
  • 8.2  (23,890)

This Aaron Sorkin dramedy stars Matthew Perry, Bradley Whitford, and Amanda Peet as the executives behind a late-night sketch comedy show. As corporate and creative interests collide, the cast and crew at fictional Studio 60 face personal and professional challenges. Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip features a large ensemble cast and frequent guest stars in order to depict the chaos and backstage drama at a live network production. Many of the show's supporting characters emerge with strong storylines. For instance, ensemble member Sarah Paulson has a memorable role as a versatile comedienne navigating the complicated romantic history she shares with her producer (Matthew Perry). Dialogue between the characters mimics fast-paced banter, and the overall tone of the show is frequently ironic. In addition to following the characters' personal stories, the series also tackles more serious topics such as the vexed relationship among religion, politics, and entertainment. This series consists of twenty-two episodes in total.

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What Kind of Day has it Been
22. What Kind of Day has it Been
June 28, 2007
Danny, Jordan, Tom, and Simon's long day finally comes to an end. Meanwhile, Matt and Harriet have a new start in their relationship.
K&R: Part 3
21. K&R: Part 3
June 21, 2007
Matt develops an obsession for Italian opera that threatens their Friday deadline for the next show. Meanwhile, Danny tries to figure out why Jordan is avoiding him; Jack has a nervous breakdown; and the studio's lack of fruit raises questions among the cast and crew.
K&R: Part 2
20. K&R: Part 2
June 14, 2007
Simon loses control and takes it out on the press. Meanwhile, Jordan's condition worsens and flashbacks reveal why Denny and Matt were first fired from the show.
K&R, Part 1
19. K&R, Part 1
June 7, 2007
Following her pregnancy complications, Jordan is rushed into emergency surgery. Meanwhile, Tom's brother's condition worsens.
Breaking News
18. Breaking News
May 31, 2007
During a live taping of a show, Jordan experiences emergency pregnancy complications. While Jordan is taken to the hospital, Tom has to deal with an unfolding emergency of his own. Meanwhile, Matt's pill abuse is uncovered.
The Disaster Show
17. The Disaster Show
May 24, 2007
Allison Janney hosts an episode of Studio 60 and everything that could go wrong does as the propmasters and cue cardsmen go on strike.
4 a.m. Miracle
16. 4 a.m. Miracle
February 19, 2007
Matt is stricken with a case of writer's block and stays up an entire Wednesday night trying to come up with new material. In addition to the stress of not being able to write, Matt must also contend with a new lawyer who is looking into a sexual harassment claim while Harriet's on the set of her new movie. Meanwhile, Jordan and Danny square off to see who'd make a better parent.
The Friday Night Slaughter
15. The Friday Night Slaughter
February 12, 2007
In the aftermath of Matt and Harriet's broken relationships, flashbacks tell the story of how Matt and Harriet met for the first time. Matt thinks back to his early days as a writer and how he and Luke competed over Harriet's affections. Meanwhile, Danny and Jordan's relationship continues to grow and Tom and Dylan stress over whether or not their sketch will survive the "Friday night slaughter".
The Harriet Dinner: Part 2
14. The Harriet Dinner: Part 2
February 5, 2007
While the rest of the cast and crew are attending a dinner to honor Harriet, Danny and Jordan are locked on the roof of the theater together. At the dinner, what's left of Harriet's relationship with Matt begins to fall apart.
The Harriet Dinner: Part 1
13. The Harriet Dinner: Part 1
January 29, 2007
While the rest of the cast and crew are attending a dinner to honor Harriet, Danny and Jordan are locked on the roof of the theater together. At the dinner, what's left of Harriet's relationship with Matt begins to fall apart.
Monday
12. Monday
January 22, 2007
The cast returns to the studio after their Christmas break, ready to get the show back in swing for the new year. While the cast and crew prepare for their first show, Danny continues to pursue Jordan. Meanwhile, Matt tries to win a date with Harriet by bidding on her in an online auction. However, Matt doesn't realize that winning the date will be the beginning of the end for them. Elsewhere, Jordan meets Hallie, the new Vice President of Alternative programming, but their meeting is anything but perfect.
The Christmas Show
11. The Christmas Show
December 4, 2006
With Christmas nearing, as well as the annual holiday Studio 60 episode, Matt sets himself on a personal mission to spread holiday cheer at the studio. Meanwhile, Danny is forced to confront his true feelings for Jordan.
B-12
10. B-12
November 27, 2006
A virus runs rampant though the cast and crew, but the show must press on despite the illnesses and a small writing staff. Meanwhile, Jordan delivers surprising news to Danny.
The Option Period
9. The Option Period
November 20, 2006
After the show's ratings begin to drop, Matt finds out that both Ron and Ricky are planning to leave Studio 60 -- and bring the writing staff with them. Meanwhile, Harriet debates whether or not do do a lingerie spread in a popular magazine and Jordan and Danny stress over budget cuts.
Nevada Day: Part 2
8. Nevada Day: Part 2
November 13, 2006
Jack has to get Tom out of a small town jail to make it back for his show that night. Back at the studio, tempers flare as tension heats up between Matt and Harriet.
Nevada Day, Part I
7. Nevada Day, Part I
November 6, 2006
Members of the Studio 60 staff travel to Nevada to get Tom out of jail and make it back before Friday's taping. There they encounter a judge who isn't a fan of the show and his disdain for the show interferes with their plan to get Tom before taping starts.
The Wrap Party
6. The Wrap Party
October 23, 2006
At an aftershow party, Jordan, tipsy after a few drinks, makes friends with the cast of the show. In order to get Matt\'s mind off of Harriet, Danny decides to hire three beautiful women. Meanwhile, Cal encounters a mysterious man backstage and Simon campaigns for more black writers.
The Long Lead Story
5. The Long Lead Story
October 16, 2006
As the cast rehearses the upcoming episode featuring Lauren Graham and Sting, a reporter tries to land a story about Matt and Harriet past history together. Meanwhile, Jordan deals the the backlash after she passes on a new reality series.
The West Coast Delay
4. The West Coast Delay
October 9, 2006
After 90 seconds of questionable material airs, the crew scrambles to recover. Meanwhile, Matt has to come up with a response to a gift from one of Harriet's fans and Jordan looks over an article written about the show.
The Focus Group
3. The Focus Group
October 2, 2006
A network focus group comes to the set, sending a scare through the cast and crew that the initial spike in the ratings after Matt and Danny took charge were just a fluke.
The Cold Open
2. The Cold Open
September 25, 2006
The Studio 60 cast and crew continue to deal with the fallout of Wes' on-air breakdown, as well as adjusting to Matt and Danny's management. Harriet finds out that Matt is sleeping with Jeannie, a cast member and writer. Meanwhile, Jeannie stresses when a sketch she pitched doesn't go over as well as she hoped; and the team scrambles to find a musical guest when the lead singer for The White Stripes catches tonsillitis.
Pilot
1. Pilot
September 18, 2006
The Executive Producer of a sketch show entitled Studio 60, which is celebrating it's 20th season, has a melt-down on air and is fired from the show. He leaves behind a PR disaster and a show in need of new management and guidance. Network president Jordan McDeere hires Danny Tripp and Matt Albie as Executive Producers for the show, hoping that together they can save the show.
Description

This Aaron Sorkin dramedy stars Matthew Perry, Bradley Whitford, and Amanda Peet as the executives behind a late-night sketch comedy show. As corporate and creative interests collide, the cast and crew at fictional Studio 60 face personal and professional challenges.

Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip features a large ensemble cast and frequent guest stars in order to depict the chaos and backstage drama at a live network production. Many of the show's supporting characters emerge with strong storylines. For instance, ensemble member Sarah Paulson has a memorable role as a versatile comedienne navigating the complicated romantic history she shares with her producer (Matthew Perry). Dialogue between the characters mimics fast-paced banter, and the overall tone of the show is frequently ironic.

In addition to following the characters' personal stories, the series also tackles more serious topics such as the vexed relationship among religion, politics, and entertainment. This series consists of twenty-two episodes in total.

Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (22 episodes). The series first aired on September 18, 2006.

Where to Watch Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip

Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip is available for streaming on the Warner Bros. website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip on demand at Amazon, Vudu, Google Play and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    September 18, 2006
  • IMDB Rating
    8.2  (23,890)