Satisfaction

Series Summary
The marriage of investment banker Neil Truman and his wife, Grace, has grown stagnant through the years, a fact driven home for Neil when he discovers that his wife is involved with a male escort. After gaining possession of the escort's phone, he learns what his wife thinks of him and what is motivating her to stray while she contemplates whether their marriage is worth saving or if it is time to move on. The drama series looks to answer the question of what to do when having it all is not enough.

Air Dates: 2014 - Present

Genres: Drama, Romance

Network: USA

Episodes

  • Season 2, Ep. 10 : ...Through New Beginnings Dec 18, 2015

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    Neil and Grace get their new business off the ground; Adriana plots to keep Neil in her life for good.

  • Season 2, Ep. 9 : ...Through Family Dec 11, 2015

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    Neil helps Simon unravel a family mystery; Adriana and Grace unite to outwit a threatening foe.

  • Season 2, Ep. 8 : ...Through Psychedelics Dec 4, 2015

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    Neil and Grace extricate Anika from a dangerous situation after experiencing a mind-altering drug trip.

  • Season 2, Ep. 7 : ...Through Travel Nov 27, 2015

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    Neil and Grace try to win back Bastion's lost investors; Adriana interferes in a family matter.

  • Season 2, Ep. 6 : ...Through Negotiation Nov 20, 2015

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    Neil and Grace push the limits of their newly discovered connection; Adriana throws a kinky 1950s-themed party.

ratings & reviews

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Critic Reviews ( 3 )
  • We have no idea what the future holds, but if the series holds up to the pilot, Satisfaction is an exciting and way more than satisfying journey worth taking. Show More

  • Passmore was an engaging lead on "The Glades" and he is not bad here but the scripting of Satisfaction is leaden and unbelievable. Again, we’ve seen it before. And, at least in the premiere, there’s not enough entertainment value to see it again. Show More

  • At its best, it's a well-acted, surprisingly clear-eyed look at the inconsistent relationship between passion and enduring love, and the innovative ways in which people bend their own rules to accommodate their need for pleasure. At its worse, it's a morally and narratively contrived excuse to watch a very entitled Everyman navigate a world of rich but unhappy women, including his own wife and daughter. Show More

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