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Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip: A behind-the-scenes look at a fictional sketch-comedy TV show.

  • Currently 3.22/5
(79 votes)
Released: June 26, 2003
Runtime: 60 mins
Genres: Drama Comedy Musical
Countries: USA
Actors: Amanda Peet Bradley Whitford Camille Chen Columbus Short DL Hughley John Carpenter Lucy Davis Mark McKinney Matthew Perry Merritt Wever Nate Torrence Nathan Corddry Sarah Paulson Simon Helberg Steven Weber Timothy Busfield

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Posted by DAJK 10 months ago
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One of the best tv shows i have ever seen! if you like sorkin then this is his master piece. its west wing and the newsroom wrapped in to one! beautifully acted and beautifully written! pretty much perfect. how the american audiences didnt take to this i will never know... the more shows like this the better the less reality tv sh*t the better... watch it.

Posted by Ambroiseli 11 months ago
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I don't understand why Matthew Perry doesn't have a tv show lasting longer than one season, besides friends of course. He is, to me, one of the best actors in television, and this show may be is best role by far. All his shows are a little bit different from what's proposed right now but i guess that's why they don't stay long. I wish he could find a material similar to studio 60 that would stay longer and that more people would enjoy because i do very much. Or he should try not to work with NBC but try HBO or Showtime, a freer environment to work with.

Posted by laurerose 1 year, 7 months ago
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Posted by Rob_Aws 2 years ago
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More great writing from Aaron Sorkin, its just a shame this show was in the wrong place at the wrong time and got punted after 1 season. I didn't think it quite had the appeal of the West Wing but fans of Sorkin will definitely appreciate this. Matthew Perry and Bradley Whitford are a class act.

Posted by Jack_T_Tumult 2 years, 1 month ago
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I just decided to give this show a shot because I was a fan of Sorkin's film work, and his work on "Newsroom" and "The West Wing" - and I have to say that it is confirmed that he is probably one of the most talented scribes working today. Amazing dialogue. His only fault is that he doesn't write women particularly well.

Posted by rick1974 2 years, 2 months ago
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I just discovered this show a couple of days ago. I finished off the 3 episodes in 1 sitting. I cant believe i missed this show. Great writing, awesome casting... Another fantastic show that got canned after 1 season.

Posted by joeydpogi 2 years, 3 months ago
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This is a good show. Why they cancel it.

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