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Air Date: January 10th, 2018

Series Summary
Two millennial misfits from different backgrounds navigate the status-obsessed culture of Los Angeles.

Rating: TV14

Genres: Sitcom

Episodes

Next Episode - Season 1, Ep. 3 : FertilityJan 24, 2018

After visiting a fertility clinic to freeze her own eggs, Esther plans to donate some of her eggs to offset the costs; Benji's paternal instincts kick in as he awaits word on a sperm test.

  • Season 1 - Episode 5 : Dean Girls Feb 7, 2018

  • Season 1 - Episode 4 : Pop Up Jan 31, 2018

    While standing in line for a cosmetics pop-up store, Esther attempts to avoid the distractions of rabid teenage girls and cutthroat mothers while Benji roams off.

  • Season 1 - Episode 3 : Fertility Jan 24, 2018

    After visiting a fertility clinic to freeze her own eggs, Esther plans to donate some of her eggs to offset the costs; Benji's paternal instincts kick in as he awaits word on a sperm test.

  • Season 1 - Episode 2 : Road Trip Jan 17, 2018

    Esther and Jeff take Benji on a fun-filled road trip for his birthday, but Esther's ulterior motive threatens to derail the festivities.

  • Season 1 - Episode 1 : Pilot Jan 10, 2018

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    Platonic best friends Esther and Benji want nothing more than to be accepted by the vain and status-obsessed culture of Los Angeles.

ratings & reviews

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  • A interesting intriguing mixed series that is more than just a collection of of-the-moment sketches, it falls short. The characters are hard to invest in, the relationship is really hard to invest in, and the show offers no narrative propulsion aside from their cutesy, vulgar dynamic. This feels like an amateur effort from two comedians on their way to producing better work. Show More

  • Fresh, funny and fearless, Alone Together introduces two new voices whose exploits are far more relatable than some recent past series about young people (cough, cough, “Girls,” cough, cough). Show More

  • Esther and Benji are both fractionally employed and complain frequently about their miserable finances, their singledom and their lousy lots in life. What they mostly do, though, is compulsively talk about food and shame. Esther mentions a need to feel “skinny and pretty” twice in the first two minutes of the show. ... It’s a theme that quickly moves from quirky to genuinely disordered in ways that the show does not seem to notice. Show More

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