Air Date: January 10th, 2018
Two millennial misfits from different backgrounds navigate the status-obsessed culture of Los Angeles.
Season 1 - Episode 10 : Property Management Mar 21, 2018
While Benji manages his brother Dean's apartment complex, both Benji and Esther get swept up in the allure of retirement life, until realizing it may not be all it's cracked up to be.
Season 1 - Episode 9 : Music Video Mar 14, 2018
Benji is excited when he is given the opportunity to accomplish a goal that dates back to his old ska band days - to make a music video.
Season 1 - Episode 8 : Sleepover Mar 7, 2018
Esther throws a sober sleepover party to rekindle friendships she made at a bachelorette party; Benji tries to move a childhood camp friend out of the friend zone.
Season 1 - Episode 7 : The Big One Feb 28, 2018
Benji dismisses Esther's worries about the "Big One," then tries to use the fear of an earthquake apocalypse to his advantage when his sister arrives with an equally freaked-out friend.
Season 1 - Episode 6 : Dinner Party Feb 14, 2018
Esther invites a lesbian couple from her building over for a dinner party in the hopes of convincing them to become her mentors; Benji's efforts to prevent Esther from embarrassing herself backfire after the women take more of an interest in Benji.
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
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