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Review: Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip


I have been watching this show throughout the summer, and I only managed to finish it at this point. Its a drama about a comedy show in Los Angeles called Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, and it is located on Sunset Set Blvd. Mathew Perry is one of the leading actors, and he is acting as the head writer of Studio 60 due to some circumstances. It is a dark comedy about this show, and there are lots of interesting characters in it and lots of stories between them. Each episode is a story of them trying to get through the week and the stories they are putting up for the show airing every Friday, it is just like Saturday Night Live where they make cameos and new stories every week for the shows. So there is that part of it as well as the theme that carries over and all the chemistry at Studio 60 between certain people. Amanda Peet is president of NBS on the show and she got the new executive producers for the show who are Mathew Perry and Bradely Whitford, and things just went from there. D.L Hughley was also part of the show and I was impressed with his character and what he added to the show, it really was a five star cast with a great story.


The show was dropped by NBC even though I think it was an extremely good show and I was afraid the ending would be horrible and unsatisfying, and leave me hanging wanting for more but there won’t be. The ending satisfied most of my curiosity and I was happy about it, but I still want more since I really did love all the characters and there was a certain level of quality to it. A good show gets you attached to the characters, and I got attached some of these characters. Even though it ended I think everyone should watch it.