The Girlfriend Experience
The Girlfriend Experience is American Drama TV series. Created by Lodge Kerrigan. Produced by Transactional Pictures. Stars: Riley Keough, Paul Sparks, Mary Lynn Rajskub. It first aired on Apr 10, 2016, on Starz. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.2 *. Winner of the Gracie. The Girlfriend Experience is filmed in Canada.
How Many Seasons Of The Girlfriend Experience Are Out: 3 (27 episodes)
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|Season 2|| |
Season premieres on November 5, 2017
Finale: December 24, 2017
Starz, 14 episodes
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Season premieres on April 10, 2016
Finale: June 19, 2016
Starz, 13 episodes
The Girlfriend Experience is on Starz (United States) Sundays at 6 pm
Season 2 Episode 14 (Bria: Relapse) - Air Date: Dec 24, 2017 (about a year ago)
The Girlfriend Experience review: Meet your next binge-watch - Digital Spy - by Digitalspy
Unlike Starz' other erotic hit Outlander, the explicit sex in The Girlfriend Experience is anything but sexy, filmed with an icy distance that sometimes feels clinical, sometimes voyeuristic. Showrunners Lodge Kerrigan and Amy Seimetz, who co-wrote every episode and alternate directing duties, strike such a consistent visual and verbal tone that the first season is really a six-and-a-half hour movie.
Watch: Starz releases racy trailer for new series The Girlfriend Experience - Digital Trends - via Digitaltrends
“Does this kind of work ever make you scared?” a man asks at one point. Although Christine says no, we see that she doesn’t have everything as “under control” as she indicates. She’s shown escaping from at least one man, dealing with another man that she says is trying to “discredit” her, and arguing with another woman about why she would do “something so stupid.”
Starz releases first trailer for Steven Soderbergh's 'The Girlfriend Experience' - Los Angeles Times - by Latimes
The series explores what happens when a second-year law student, Christine Reade (Riley Keough), begins moonlighting in the world of transactional relationships, providing the finest emotional and physical intimacy that money can buy.
The Girlfriend Experience finds tension in the intimate and ambiguous - A.V. Club - via Tv
The overarching feeling of intimacy that courses through “Retention” comes from a lot of different places. There’s the obvious, which is the physical intimacy of Christine’s new job as a high-end escort. She’s seen taking on new clients, like Kevin, a married man who comes to town every month or so, and continuing to grow closer to her other, more established clients. Here, she meets with the widower once again, and it’s the only scene where we get a clue as to the passage of time. When Christine mentions that she might be ditching Jacqueline’s service and setting out on her own, the client assures her that he’d follow her, as they’ve been seeing one another for “nearly two months” and he really likes her. That’s the other part of the intimacy, and perhaps the less obvious one: Christine is getting more comfortable and more familiar with this job.