Air Date: June 17th, 2016
Based on a tale by F. Scott Fitzgerald, a Hollywood executive battles for the soul of a studio.
Season 1 - Episode 9 : Oscar, Oscar, Oscar Jul 28, 2017
Brady makes a drastic decision to save the studio which causes a rift in his relationship with Stahr; deception causes a fallout between Monroe and Kathleen; Rose forges a new path in life; Hackett has a proposition for Hannah.
Season 1 - Episode 8 : An Enemy Among Us Jul 28, 2017
Stahr devises a campaign to secure nominations; Brady searches for a solution to balance the books; Celia's vigor as a producer is tested by Lang's demands; Kathleen plots an escape from her dangerous charade; Rose makes a shocking discovery.
Season 1 - Episode 7 : A More Perfect Union Jul 28, 2017
Brady hatches a bold business ploy that ends up having consequences; Kathleen struggles to manage her web of dishonesty; Celia and Max test their relationship boundaries; Hackett takes a stand.
Season 1 - Episode 6 : A Brady-American Christmas Jul 28, 2017
Stahr encourages Kathleen to join Lang's secluded rehearsal; Brady hopes for a miracle to help boost ticket sales; Kathleen must pay a price for stardom; Rose helps Kitty prepare for a risky surgery; tragedy brings Celia and Max closer together.
Season 1 - Episode 5 : Eine Kleine Reichmusik Jul 28, 2017
To hide a secret agenda, Stahr organizes a Hollywood party; Brady courts Margo Taft; Stahr's public happiness and Brady's public philandering bother Rose; Celia and Lang's partnership turns provocative; a visitor from Vienna intrigues Hackett.
Thought-provoking and melancholy, like all good F. Scott Fitzgerald stories, The Last Tycoon delivers a good summer watch. ... All this said, The Last Tycoon has taken some critical heat, and not without cause. It has several unsparkling passages and weak spots. Show More
A lovely period piece that contains several top-notch performances. Featuring Kelsey Grammer, Matt Bomer and Jennifer Beals doing some of their best work, The Last Tycoon wraps its most unforgiving truths expensive satin and drapes them in softly lit diamonds. At its best, the series recalls the melancholy elegance of some of the best films of the 1930s. Show More
At its best, The Last Tycoon is an absorbing trip back to Hollywood's not-so-Golden Age. And even when it slips, it's still pretty good melodrama, with desperate characters, unexpected deaths and gorgeous people pretending they're keeping it together even when they're not. Show More