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      Season 1 – The Exes

      2011 Comedy List
      47% 15 Reviews Tomatometer 67% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score Newly single Stuart needs a new place to live following his divorce so he moves into an apartment with two bachelors, ladies' man Phil and homebody Haskell. The apartment is owned by Stuart's divorce attorney, Holly, who lives in the apartment across the hall. The bachelors initially have reservations about living with clingy Stuart. But, being across the hall, Holly is there to help avoid any catastrophes. Also in the mix is Holly's assistant, Eden, who has a habit of prying into her boss's personal life. Read More Read Less Watch on Vudu Premiered Dec 01 Buy Now

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      The Exes — Season 1

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      Though the cast is full of seasoned professionals and some of the content is humorous, The Exes feels churned out of a sitcom regeneration machine, introducing no new elements to the formula.

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Nov 30, 2011 Pilot Two divorced men live in the same apartment building as their lawyer, who also happens to be their landlord; They are introduced to their new roommate and her latest client, whether they want one or not. Details Episode 2 Aired Dec 7, 2011 A Little Romance Phil uses Holly's assistant to help him land a star jockey as a client; Haskell talks Stuart into selling sentimental mementos from his marriage. Details Episode 3 Aired Dec 14, 2011 Working Girl Holly introduces Stuart to a woman who turns out to be a true professional; Haskell invents a fabulous online lifestyle for himself to one-up his ex-wife. Details Episode 4 Aired Dec 21, 2011 Lutz and the Real Girl Haskell panics when his online girlfriend surprises him with a visit; Holly discovers a homeless man in the laundry room. Details Episode 5 Aired Dec 28, 2011 An Inconvenient Tooth Stuart's work life is turned upside down when Phil sleeps with his dental assistant; Holly lends Eden some outfits. Details Episode 6 Aired Jan 4, 2012 A Very Wrong Engagement Phil, Stuart and Haskell are forced to trade apartments with Holly when her mother comes for a visit. Details Episode 7 Aired Jan 11, 2012 Lost in Translation Phil meets a foreign lingerie model who doesn't speak English; Holly overcomes a bad first impression with a handsome neighbor; Haskell buys a coffin. Details Episode 8 Aired Jan 18, 2012 My Dinner With Phil Stuart takes Phil to dinner and they bump into Phil's ex-wife; Holly is baffled by mixed signals from a cute co-worker; Haskell starts an online traffic school. Details Episode 9 Aired Jan 25, 2012 When Holly Broke Kevin Phil is nervous when Holly starts dating his top client; Haskell lures Stuart into the world of sports betting. Details Episode 10 Aired Feb 1, 2012 The Ex Always Rings Twice Holly has to face her cheating ex fiancé for the first time since they broke up, so she enlists the guys' help. Details Next
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      Previous Mike Hale New York Times There's pleasure in observing the professionalism of everyone involved, and the crackerjack timing it.ensures. Dec 9, 2013 Full Review Matthew Gilbert Boston Globe A rickety vehicle in which a talented and extroverted cast of stars from old sitcoms can dance around the stage and mug for the camera. Dec 9, 2013 Full Review Robert Lloyd Los Angeles Times Watching it, you feel as if you have seen it all before, and will again, until eternity ends. Dec 9, 2013 Full Review Nabila Hatimy The Star (Kenya) The chemistry between the characters is flawless. The different personalities just seem to mesh well together. Kristen Johnson's loud demeanour is a crowd favourite. Jul 20, 2020 Full Review Kari Croop Common Sense Media Part of the problem is the ho-hum writing, disappointingly devoid of smart quips or zingy one-liners. But there's also a lack of comedic chemistry. 2/5 Jan 29, 2014 Full Review Angel Cohn Television Without Pity The Exes is yet another predictable, banal addition to the TV Land lineup. Dec 9, 2013 Full Review Read all reviews Next
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      Previous Tiffany G The Exes was great TV. Unique premise, which isn't easy in these times. Great chemistry. Donald Faison makes the show, along with Kristen Johnson. The executive assistant could easily have her own show! Everyone is authentic and charismatic. Storylines were funny. Why all in the past tense? Some donkeys at the network thought it made sense to cancel it, and now they're permitting some claymation show about an un talented chef with a lisp? 🤦🏻‍♀️ At least we got for great seasons before they shut down a good thing. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 07/10/23 Full Review Vishistik W Funny, sparky and good premise, not much to dislike Rated 5 out of 5 stars 12/05/22 Full Review Audience Member When it comes to TV shows I don't often agree with RT, but in this case they nailed it. The Exes feels like it was crapped out by an automated TV generator. Everything here is generic and old, and it's never funny. They put it on to fill air time, and the actors took on their jobs just to keep busy. All the jokes are standard lame setups with lame pay-offs and several seconds of canned laughter. I was bored after the first 30 seconds and irritated after a minute. The only thing that had even minor potential was the tiny blonde talking to the giant blonde and they ruined every opportunity they had to be funny. Avoid The Exes at all costs. You'll be happier watching Seinfeld again even if you've seen every episode a dozen times. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Next Post a review

      Season Info

      Executive Producer
      Mark Reisman, Michael Hänel, Mindy Schultheis, Larry W. Jones, Keith Cox
      Screenwriter
      Mark Reisman
      Network
      TV Land
      Rating
      TV-PG
      Genre
      Comedy
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Nov 30, 2011
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