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Flack has had a strange, twisted history, and may not be in production anymore. It's first season originally ran on the Pop TV network in the U.S. from Feb 21, 2019 to Mar 28, 2019. Now that first season just debuted on Amazon Prime Video in Canada on Jan 21, 2021. A second season exists, but never aired in the U.S., only in the U.K., from April 13, 2020 to May 18, 2020. But Amazon Prime Video doesn't show that they have the second season available as of season one's debut.


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SHOW INFO

Status: In Limbo

Premiere: February 21, 2019

Category: Drama
Genres: Comedy, Drama


 


REVIEWS

63

  • 65% 65%

  • 68% 68%
  • 57% 57%
Flack

Flack has had a strange, twisted history, and may not be in production anymore. It's first season originally ran on the Pop TV network in the U.S. from Feb 21, 2019 to Mar 28, 2019. Now that first season just debuted on Amazon Prime Video in Canada on Jan 21, 2021. A second season exists, but never aired in the U.S., only in the U.K., from April 13, 2020 to May 18, 2020. But Amazon Prime Video doesn't show that they have the second season available as of season one's debut.


Access Method: Subscription

 

PLATFORMS SUPPORTED



SHOW INFO

Status: In Limbo

Premiere: February 21, 2019

Category: Drama
Genres: Comedy, Drama



REVIEWS

63*

  • 65% 65%
  • 68% 68%
  • 57% 57%

*This is the show’s PeakTV score. It is an average of this show’s Metacritic, IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes ratings.

SUMMARY

FLACK centres on an American PR executive living in London, who must figure out how to make the best of bad situations and somehow manage to get out unscathed.

Oliver Lansley’s (Whites) series introduces Robyn (Anna Paquin), a hugely capable American PR executive working in London who specialises in clearing up the monumental messes caused by her hapless and selfish clients. Although utterly in command of her job, her personal life is spinning out of control.

During the course of her work, Robyn is required to do some highly questionable things, but she’s never less than compelling. She is an instantly identifiable, complex human being: fully rounded, flawed, and fascinating.

Robyn thrives in the work environment. There she enjoys close relationships with her office “family”: her tyrannical, yet impressive boss Caroline (Sophie Okonedo), her tirelessly hedonistic yet brilliant colleague, Eve (Lydia Wilson), and her endlessly willing intern, Melody (Rebecca Benson). If there is media fire that needs putting out, who you gonna call? Robyn.

She is also dealing with a very tangled private life. Despite the fact that she occasionally slips and sleeps with her clients, she is devoted to her loving boyfriend, a nurse called Sam (Arinze Kene). He is very keen that they take their relationship to the next level and try for a baby.

At the same time, Robyn is coping with her own grief. Her mother committed suicide by jumping off Brooklyn Bridge a year ago, and Robyn and her younger sister Ruth (Geneveive Angleson) are still trying to process it. As the series progresses, Robyn also tries to help Ruth’s hopeless husband Mark (Rufus Jones) out of a fix.

In addition, Robyn tries to kick her myriad of addictions. However, her life only becomes more complicated when at an NA meeting she finds herself undeniably drawn to the very charismatic and damaged fellow addict Tom (Marc Warren).

Guest stars include: Alan Davies, Max Beesley, Katherine Kelly, Rebecca Root, Rebecca Scroggs, Amanda Abingdon and Bradley Whitford (The West Wing, Get Out, Handmaid’s Tale).




SUMMARY

FLACK centres on an American PR executive living in London, who must figure out how to make the best of bad situations and somehow manage to get out unscathed.

Oliver Lansley’s (Whites) series introduces Robyn (Anna Paquin), a hugely capable American PR executive working in London who specialises in clearing up the monumental messes caused by her hapless and selfish clients. Although utterly in command of her job, her personal life is spinning out of control.

During the course of her work, Robyn is required to do some highly questionable things, but she’s never less than compelling. She is an instantly identifiable, complex human being: fully rounded, flawed, and fascinating.

Robyn thrives in the work environment. There she enjoys close relationships with her office “family”: her tyrannical, yet impressive boss Caroline (Sophie Okonedo), her tirelessly hedonistic yet brilliant colleague, Eve (Lydia Wilson), and her endlessly willing intern, Melody (Rebecca Benson). If there is media fire that needs putting out, who you gonna call? Robyn.

She is also dealing with a very tangled private life. Despite the fact that she occasionally slips and sleeps with her clients, she is devoted to her loving boyfriend, a nurse called Sam (Arinze Kene). He is very keen that they take their relationship to the next level and try for a baby.

At the same time, Robyn is coping with her own grief. Her mother committed suicide by jumping off Brooklyn Bridge a year ago, and Robyn and her younger sister Ruth (Geneveive Angleson) are still trying to process it. As the series progresses, Robyn also tries to help Ruth’s hopeless husband Mark (Rufus Jones) out of a fix.

In addition, Robyn tries to kick her myriad of addictions. However, her life only becomes more complicated when at an NA meeting she finds herself undeniably drawn to the very charismatic and damaged fellow addict Tom (Marc Warren).

Guest stars include: Alan Davies, Max Beesley, Katherine Kelly, Rebecca Root, Rebecca Scroggs, Amanda Abingdon and Bradley Whitford (The West Wing, Get Out, Handmaid’s Tale).