Air Date: January 15th, 2015
The reunion of some 40-something friends evolves into a nightmare of lies, deception, and murder.
Genres: Comedy, Crime drama
Season 1 - Episode 10 : Needles Jan 22, 2016
Joel scurries to complete Jesus' mission; Gus and Cobi each deal with the authorities holding them accountable for their crimes; while in surgery, Lex has an ethereal encounter.
Season 1 - Episode 9 : Seahorse Jan 22, 2016
As the guys begin the treacherous journey through the jungle, they learn that Jesus and their mission are not what they seem.
Season 1 - Episode 8 : Broodstock Jan 22, 2016
A charismatic entrepreneur arrives, promising to bring the guys home if they complete a mysterious and dangerous mission to involve Lawrence, Jesus, and the duffle bag full of euros.
Season 1 - Episode 7 : Ice Cream Jan 22, 2016
The Mad Dogs, separated and spread across the country, must weigh their personal desires against those of their friends' lives to recover all of the missing money and save Joel.
Season 1 - Episode 6 : Leslie Jan 22, 2016
Emotions run high when the guys are trapped in an international quarantine, forced to face up to their past actions while waiting for life-changing test results.
It’s frustrating to watch these four men fumble every opportunity to straighten out the mess they descend ever deeper into.... But it’s worth giving Mad Dogs a chance to prove itself to the end of season one. If the action ramps up and the bickering dies down, these dogs could have a few more miles in them. Show More
It’s easy to think of Mad Dogs as of a piece with the blackly comic first seasons of Breaking Bad and Fargo, just with 9,000 square miles of tropical jungle on display instead of the Albuquerque desert or Minnesota ice. ... While Mad Dogs doesn’t quite have the precision plotting or bravado of the above-mentioned shows, what helps separate it from the pack is its willingness to be the first to laugh at its characters. Show More
The tropical backdrop looks great--it’s like watching an episode of Survivor with a bunch of hyped-up macho actors (in other words, exactly like an episode of Survivor, minus Jeff Probst). But you have to put up with a lot of macho bluster and silliness, with dialogue that sometimes shades over into Three Stooges territory. (“Why were you running?” “I was running because you were running!”) If your tolerance for tough-guy bravado with flashes of violence is high, you might enjoy running with these mad dogs. Show More