S1: 101 – “The Pitch”
"The Pitch" - Miles Daly (Chris O’Dowd), muscle for a Nevada crime ring desperate to win back his wife and daughter, travels to Los Angeles to collect on a debt from an aspiring screenwriter – whose script inspires Miles to give Hollywood a shot.
S1: 102 – “Sins of a Chambermaid”
"Sins of a Chambermaid" - Miles (Chris O’Dowd) returns to Los Angeles in an attempt to pitch the script for The Admiral’s Mistress to Rick Moreweather (Ray Romano), a film producer; Amara (Lidia Porto) takes an interest in investing in the film, triggering anxiety in Louis (Sean Bridgers) and anger in Yago (Goya Robles).
S1: 103 – “The Yips”
"The Yips" - Rick (Ray Romano) slowly begins to discover the unconventional ways Miles and Louis (Sean Bridgers) handle their business. Miles notices a growing distance between him and his family, and attempts to bring them to Los Angeles for the summer.
S1: 104 – “From Stamos With Love”
"From Stamos With Love" - As Miles’ (Chris O’Dowd) Hollywood producer façade becomes more legitimate, those associated with him become more disgruntled; Louis (Sean Bridgers) feels left out, April (Megan Stevenson) feels duped and Rick (Ray Romano) feels uneasy as he confronts his past artistic endeavors and the business deal with Amara (Lidia Porto).
S1: 105 – “A Man of Letters”
"A Man of Letters" - Rick (Ray Romano) struggles with the casting process as a watchful Amara (Lidia Porto) considers future film investment opportunities; meanwhile, Katie (Lucy Walters) and Emma (Carolyn Dodd) visit Miles (Chris O’Dowd) in Los Angeles.
S1: 106 – “Epinephren”
"Epinephrin" - An unexpected visitor on the studio lot changes Miles’ (Chris O’Dowd) plans with his visiting family, and the wider production team is tasked with entertaining the guest.
The 10-episode dark comedy from MGM Television, based in part on the 1990 best-selling novel of the same name by Elmore Leonard, will debut on EPIX Sunday, August 13 at 10:00PM ET/PT, 9:00PM CT.
The cast, led by Screen Actors Guild Award® and BAFTA TV Award nominee Chris O’Dowd (“Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children,” Sapphires, Bridesmaids) and multiple Emmy® winner Ray Romano (“Everybody Loves Raymond,” “Men of a Certain Age,” “Parenthood”), includes Sean Bridgers (“Rectify,” Room); Lidia Porto (Horrible Bosses 2); Megan Stevenson (“Review”); Goya Robles (11:55); Lucy Walters (“Power”) and Carolyn Dodd (The Adventures of Catty Wompus).
O’Dowd plays Miles Daly, a hitman from Nevada who tries to become a movie producer in Hollywood as a means to leave his criminal past behind and win back his recently-estranged family. There, he meets Rick Moreweather (Romano), a washed up producer of low quality films who is desperately hanging on to the rungs of Hollywood relevancy and begrudgingly becomes Miles’ partner and guide through the maze of show business. Along with his criminal associate Louis (Bridgers), Miles attempts to keep his worlds from colliding as he balances the demands of filmmaking while keeping the suspicions of the crime ring’s chief – and production bankroll – Amara (Porto) and her dangerous nephew, Yago (Robles) at bay. Also involved in the production is ambitious studio executive April Adams (Stevenson), who started in the business as Rick’s assistant, as well as Miles’ beloved daughter Emma (Dodd) – despite objections from Miles’ estranged wife, Katie (Walters).
Created for television by Davey Holmes (“Shameless,” “In Treatment,” “Damages”), Get Shorty is executive produced by Holmes and Emmy nominee Allen Coulter (The Sopranos,” “Damages”) who also directs the first episode. Adam Arkin (“The Americans,” “Billions”) directed three episodes of the series and is also a co-executive producer. The series is produced by MGM Television and internationally distributed by MGM.
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