The Girlfriend Experience (2016– )

TV Series   |  TV-MA   |    |  Drama

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Anthology television series based on Steven Soderbergh's "The Girlfriend Experience."


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Lodge Kerrigan, Amy Seimetz

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28 August 2017 | jenniferobrycki
| LOVED season One & SO disappointed about the changes of season two!
One of the main reasons I liked the girlfriend experience season one was due to Riley K, aka Christine. Riley OWNED that character and she made the season what it was. I am crushed they are changing things and that she won't be returning and I will bet that those who loved the GFE as much as I did will agree that season two will be a huge disappointment. I also loved the way they produced and directed it, and the overall feel of it. It wasn't just another TV series with drama and sex. It's stood out above the rest. And season two, it seems they are changing all that. I can understand the want to change its course, but we liked season one for a reason. I can see from the articles about how season two will be played that it's NOTHING like season one. It's gonna be just another TV series, like breaking bad or orange is the new black. Season one was different Then any other TV series I've watched and I loved it. Why change it? And with all due respect to the new cast, there is no way they will be able to do what Riley did. Between a new cast and a new direction of the show, I have a sad feeling that season two will be another bad sequel, like a second dirty dancing. The effort will be there, but the season one fans will be highly disappointed in the ratings won't be there. I can only hope that if that happens, that they will go back to what they did in season one and go back to that in season three, if it even gets renewed for a third season. What the directors and producers and Riley did in season one was absolutely genius and amazing and I think it's respect really stupid of them to change that now. Especially when the show is so new. They could have done so many great things how they just kept doing what they were doing, keeping Riley and adding on from there. The life of a provider is ever-changing in so many exciting things happen and so many different people are met. Clients come in and out of their lives, Friends and family can find out, invitations to parties, and so many other things that happen that they could've Inc. in Riley's life in season two. They could have brought Avery back, she could have started her own agency or helped out a couple girls, a crazy Rendezvous between Christine and David. Etc. So many things I could've done that would have kept the fans, created new ones, and kept the show strong. But instead, they change the cast, they change the pots, and they change the way The show is directed and filmed. Unfortunately, I have a feeling it's going to be a flop. Now it's going to blend in with all the rest as just another TV series with sex in it. I hope I am wrong though.

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