Synopsis : Hollywood. From the bottom up. HBO presents this new improvised dramedy about the everyday lives of three young actors trying to make it big in Hollywood. The series stars up-and-comers Krista Allen (Anger Management, "Days of Our Lives"), Bryan Greenberg (The Perfect Score, "One Tree Hill") and Jennifer Hall (Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, "All My Children") as young actors who when not trying to land roles that could lead to stardom are taking acting classes taught by Goddard Fulton (stage and screen legend Frank Langella). Although the three leads play themselves and the series has a strong documentary feel, it should be noted that the show is actually fictional and not a reality series. The stories were inspired by real life situations from the lives and careers of both the stars and producers. These situations are then recreated by the cast in unscripted scenes where the actors must make up their own dialogue in order to lend the show a sense of realism. From exec
Synopsis : K Street is a semi-improvised dramedy project from George Clooney about the world of political consulants in which fictional characters interact with real-life Washington insiders. The 10 episodes will be shot and edited literally a week before they air in order to follow current events. The show takes its name from Washington D.C.'s K Street.