Air Date: April 10th, 2016
Exclusive courtesans provide their wealthy clients with more than just physical relationships.
Genres: Drama, Suspense
Next Episode - Season 2, Ep. : Free FallDec 17, 2017
Erica tries to escape the consequences of her decisions as she falls into a downward spiral; Anna climbs back to the top of her game.
Season 2 - Episode 7 : Free Fall; Relapse Dec 24, 2017
Erica tries to escape the consequences of her decisions as she falls into a downward spiral; Anna climbs back to the top of her game; Bria must take matters into her own hands as she avoids both the law and Donald.
Season 2 - Episode 6 Dec 17, 2017
Bria must face Donald head-on as the day of the trial arrives; Anna looks for answers following Erica's rejection; Erica's life takes sudden turns, with potentially devastating consequences.
Season 2 - Episode 5 : Family; Living Like a Tornado Dec 3, 2017
Anna breaks some big news to Erica, and Erica begins to feel increasing pressure at work; Bria takes matters into her own hands.
Season 2 - Episode 4 : Moral Inventory; Donors Nov 26, 2017
With an impending trial date, Ian attempts to reign in Bria by stepping up his surveillance; Erica gets a suspicious call from a representative of a potential donor; Anna subjugates herself to Erica's sexual desires.
Season 2 - Episode 3 Nov 19, 2017
Erica lands her biggest donor yet; Anna and Erica's relationship intensifies; Bria expands the boundaries of the GFE to fulfill her needs.
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There are lots of juicy twists and some melodramatic intrigue, and Kerrigan and Seimetz execute them with nicely chilly precision. But The Girlfriend Experience is at its best when it puts aside plot machinations to deliver a sympathetic but clear-eyed portrait of a woman discovering herself. Show More
The two halves have wildly different strengths. “Bria” is cinematically stunning, with a few sequences that are going to be hard to forget anytime soon. “Erica & Anna” is a much more straightforward story, with a chilly aesthetic that makes “House of Cards” look upbeat. But the relative opacity of “Bria’s” story beats — and the oddly pat metaphors of “Erica & Anna”--left me with the wish that these two well-matched directors might, you know, collaborate. Show More