Air Date: May 17th, 2017
A look at the life of a struggling millennial through the eyes of her dog, Martin.
Season 1 - Episode 8 : Getting Lost Jun 27, 2017
On the way to a well-deserved vacation, Nan stops by her estranged father's place, only to find he's selling the family home; Martin runs off into the woods hoping to prove he's wild and free like a wolf.
Season 1 - Episode 7 : Getting What You Always Wanted Jun 27, 2017
Nan discovers that her ad campaign, which is about to launch on the Times Square jumbotron, might have been replaced with explicit photos; Martin decides to reduce Nan's stress by taking out Pepper, his sworn enemy.
Season 1 - Episode 6 : Old Jun 20, 2017
Martin's seventh birthday is disrupted by the arrival of Nan's friend Jenn and her new puppy; Nan and Jenn go out for a night on the town.
Season 1 - Episode 5 : Trashed Jun 13, 2017
When Nan, Jenn and Kevin travel to New York for a marketing meeting, Martin takes advantage of his time with Jason by going on a trash-eating bender.
Season 1 - Episode 4 : The Full Package Jun 6, 2017
Hoping to score a date, Nan asks an attractive dog owner for help with Martin; the man's better-behaved pooch inspires a crisis of self-confidence in Martin.
It's charming. It's funny, but not in a setup-joke, yuck-it-up way. It's sort of observational comedy--observed from the dog's point of view. Show More
Although it’s nicely scruffy around the edges, it’s essentially a gimmick show with not enough funny lines to make Martin’s sonorous narration appealing after you listen to him for more than 15 minutes. Tolman is very good, but you walk away from the show thinking she really could have done better than this as her post-Fargo project. Show More
When Downward Dog tries to be a show as funny as the ABC ads try to make it look, it's not very good at all. ... When Downward Dog is about the love triangle or unconventional ménage à trois between Martin, Nan and Jason, that's a show that I mostly enjoyed. Show More