This comedy follows the lives of two co-dependent sisters, a lesbian and a sex-addict, who work as hotel maids in Fresno. When one accidentally kills a guest at the hotel, their lives permanently change as they rush to stage a cover-up.
Earl is back for a wild second season, still trying his best to do good deeds â€” while getting into offbeat misadventures as only he can.
A socially awkward home-schooled kid forces his way into public-school when he falls for the popular one-legged girl (Siobhan Williams). Much to his mother's (Judy Greer) chagrin, he gets a crash course in sex, drugs, and social mayhem.
Peg Dahl (Zoey Deutch) is trying to get out of Buffalo and attend her dream school but can’t afford it. She gets scammed and decides to flip the script and cheat the system like it did to her. Co-starring Judy Greer, Jai Courtney and Jermaine Fowler.
"The Great New Wonderful" paints five portraits of life in the city a year after 9/11. These stories reveal that being lost often precedes a new beginning.
Citizens of a small town band together behind a charismatic man in the midst of a mid-life crisis to make an adult film in this surprisingly wholesome ensemble comedy, starring Jeff Bridges, Judy Greer, Lauren Graham, Tim Blake Nelson and Ted Danson.
Saving the world, one sucker at a time! Jenna Fischer (NBC's "The Office") and James Gunn (Universal's Slither) star in this critically acclaimed mockumentary about a wealthy LA couple who start a charity to give lollipops to the homeless. Co-starring Linda Cardellini (Scooby Doo) and Jennifer Greer (13 Going on 30)
After the stress of adulthood takes its toll, seven college friends reunite for a weekend of partying and shared laughs. Together for the first time in years, old crushes and rivalries are rekindled and a combination of wine, weed and an unexpected dog sends the weekend to unexpected places.
In the summer of 1985, 20-year-old David Meyers takes a job as a tennis pro at Red Oaks Country Club in suburban New Jersey, as his parents, girlfriend, and co-workers pull him toward a future he's increasingly unsure he wants.
Amidst breaking up with her slacker boyfriend (Billie Joe Armstrong) and being fired, Eleanor (Leighton Meester) is hired by Barbara (Debra Messing) to nanny her 12-year old cello prodigy son Reggie (Julian Shatkin).