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Netflix 2020

A group of aspiring actors and filmmakers in post-World War II Hollywood try to make it big β€” no matter the cost.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Hollywood

Hollywood - S1E7

#1 - A Hollywood Ending


Season 1 - Episode 7

As the Oscars approach, Ernie shares devastating news, Camille listens to sage advice from Hattie McDaniel, and Archie takes a stand on the red carpet.

The episode was rated from 236 votes.

Hollywood - S1E6

#2 - Meg


Season 1 - Episode 6

Ernie lends a hand β€” and a whole lot more β€” when "Meg" hits a budget snag. Henry meddles with the film's final cut. Avis feels her control slipping.

The episode was rated from 231 votes.

Hollywood - S1E5

#3 - Jump


Season 1 - Episode 5

Problems arise as "Meg" begins production. Ellen takes a chance with Dick. Henry offers to make a brewing scandal over Jack's past go away β€” for a price.

The episode was rated from 233 votes.

Hollywood - S1E4

#4 - (Screen) Tests


Season 1 - Episode 4

Avis receives bombshell news about the studio, the actors prepare to audition for "Peg," and Archie faces a devastating change to his screenplay.

The episode was rated from 249 votes.

Hollywood - S1E2

#5 - Hooray for Hollywood (2)


Season 1 - Episode 2

Jack gets a leg up on a screen test, Camille runs into typecasting trouble, Raymond pursues his directorial debut, and Archie bonds with a smitten Roy.

The episode was rated from 282 votes.

Hollywood - S1E3

#6 - Outlaws


Season 1 - Episode 3

Henry's scheming at director George Cukor's star-studded party leads Jack to a revelation about his wife β€” and Roy into a private meeting with Dick.

The episode was rated from 254 votes.

Hollywood - S1E1

#7 - Hooray for Hollywood (1)


Season 1 - Episode 1

While waiting for his big break, aspiring movie star Jack Castello accepts a job at a local service station that pumps more than just gas.

The episode was rated from 313 votes.


Last updated: nov 22, 2021



For fucks sake. This series is a godamn dream and they've touched on everything alright. This series is so immersive that when the crew won their Oscars, I felt my heart bursting with joy. My, my what a plot. What a cast. Absolutely gorgeous. Also love, how there is loads of queer representation here. Everyone's gay but that's not what you're gonna stay for. It's the chemistry and the actors and how godamn awesome this series is. 100% recommend.


I get that's it's a fantasy about Hollywood, but for me it's immersion breaking given the time-period. And what does it say about people who had to actually live those lives? all they had to do is be brave and all will be good & well? I'm sorry but it just feels disrespectful to their actual struggles & hardships. Strikes a nerve really. Having said that, it's well acted at least. Just think it fails at delivering the message it set out to deliver.


First two episodes are way more interesting then the storyline afterward. Anyway, it's enjoyable.


[Netflix] Ryan Murphy's Dreamland. It is a little trivial and unnecessary. It has elements very typical of Ryan Murphy's series, in the worst sense. As a fantasy, it can be fun. But the apparent depth of his message remains a stupid lavish recreation of a nonexistent Hollywood. You just have to notice how it trivializes sexual abuse, while denouncing homophobia and racism.


Perhaps a touch too idealistic. It doesn't always feel like the obstacles the characters face pose much of a threat or challenge to what they want. Everything is overcome rather easily with little pushback or repercussions. Being a fantasy version of classical Hollywood, it does work to an extent - but it also feels weird to fictionalize real-life people like Rock Hudson in this way. On the one hand, it's liberating to give him and other marginalized people the lives and success they deserved, but on the other hand it easily trivializes actual hardships like racism and homophobia into very minute problems. It's well-made and engaging, but certainly not a true-to-life representation of Hollywood--in the 40s or now.


If Murphy could have contained this within 4, maybe 5 episodes then we would have something amazing on our hands. As strong as it starts, the longer it goes on, it becomes like one of those classes where the professor rambles on about the same thing for 20 minutes and you just want to leave the lecture.


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