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Entourage (2004 - 2011)

Entourage (2004 - 2011)

AVERAGE TOMATOMETER

67%
68%

AVERAGE AUDIENCE SCORE

83%

Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Series Info

A young movie star from Queens lives the good life in Hollywood surrounded by his boyhood pals, who shamelessly milk the actor's fame for all it's worth. Modeled on the starstruck experiences of coexecutive producer Mark Wahlberg, this breezy satire has moments of inspiration, with the best bits usually coming from Vince's half-brother, Johnny Drama, a D-list actor, and Ari, the amoral agent whose savagely witty barbs earned Jeremy Piven a well-deserved Supporting Actor Emmy award.

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Seasons

44%
Critics Consensus: The familiar faces are always a comfort, but with Entourage's best stories behind it, the series finale feels like a merciful end.

2011, HBO, 8 episodes

57%
Critics Consensus: Entourage feels like it's already outstayed its welcome, spending its penultimate season in neutral when it should be hurtling towards the homestretch.

2010, HBO, 10 episodes

60%
Critics Consensus: Entourage continues to be reliably diverting, but this pleasure ride of a series is beginning to frustratingly spin its blinged-out wheels.

2009, HBO, 13 episodes

76%
Critics Consensus: The implosion of Vincent Chase's career proves to be the best thing that could have happened to Entourage in its fifth season, bringing stakes to the defiantly frivolous series for the first time.

2008, HBO, 12 episodes

88%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2007, HBO, 12 episodes

75%
Critics Consensus: By investing more heart into the titular entourage and super-agent Ari Gold, Entourage's third season benefits from an ensemble that's more fun to party with than ever before.

2006, HBO, 20 episodes

64%
Critics Consensus: Entourage continues to glide past opportunities for depth in favor of an unabashed celebration of excess that will give some viewers a shame-filled hangover.

2005, HBO, 14 episodes

72%
Critics Consensus: Entourage launches with an abundance of hedonistic spectacle and tinseltown satire, but neglects to establish why audiences should root for these boys from Queens.

2004, HBO, 8 episodes

Cast

Adrian Grenier
as Vince Chase
Debi Mazar
as Shauna
Rex Lee
as Lloyd
Monica Keena
as Kristen
Perrey Reeves
as Mrs. Ari
Gary Cole
as Andrew Klein
Beverly D'Angelo
as Barbara Miller
Bow Wow
as Charlie
Carla Gugino
as Amanda Daniels
Scott Caan
as Scotty Lavin
Constance Zimmer
as Dana Gordon
Jordan Belfi
as Adam Davies
William Fichtner
as Phil Yagoda
Cassidy Lehrman
as Sarah Gold
Autumn Reeser
as Lizzie Grant
Sasha Grey
as Herself
Maury Chaykin
as Harvey Weingard
Paul Ben-Victor
as Alan Gray
Martin Landau
as Bob Ryan
Lucas Ellin
as Jonah Gold
Jami Gertz
as Marlo Klein
Alice Eve
as Sophia Lear
Nora Dunn
as Dr. Marcus
Gary Busey
as Himself
Alan Dale
as John Ellis
Anna Faris
as Herself
Joshua LeBar
as Josh Weinstein
Bob Saget
as Himself
Edward Burns
as Himself
Kate Mara
as Brittany
Adam Goldberg
as Nick Rubenstein
Leighton Meester
as Justine Chaplin
George Segal
as Murray Berenson
Miguel Sandoval
as Carlos Avion
Rob Morrow
as Jim Lefkowitz
Matt Letscher
as Dan Coakley
Doug Ellin
as Audition producer
Mandy Moore
as Herself
Mark Cuban
as Himself
Kim Coates
as Carl Ertz
Pauly Shore
as Himself
Jason Patric
as Himself
Seth Green
as Himself
Matt Damon
as Himself
Paul Haggis
as Himself
Jessica Alba
as Herself
Hugh Hefner
as Himself
Ryan Eggold
as Castmate
LeBron James
as Himself
John Stamos
as Himself
Michael Lerner
as Joe Roberts
Peter Stormare
as Aaron Cohen
Aaron Sorkin
as Himself
Bono
as Himself
Bobby Flay
as Himself
Gus Van Sant
as Himself
Lamar Odom
as Himself
Chris Penn
as Himself
Saigon
as Himself
Eric Roberts
as Himself
Zac Efron
as Himself
Brian Sher
as Bradley
Larry David
as Himself
Luke Wilson
as Himself
Tom Brady
as Himself
Assaf Cohen
as Yair Marx
Amanda Peet
as Herself
Dale Dye
as Stunt Coordinator
Frank Maharajh
as Agent Raj
Branka Katic
as Nika Marx
Cole Petersen
as Max Ballard
Eric Lange
as Director
Sara Foster
as Herself
Max Silverstein
as Dice's Son
Bob Odenkirk
as Ken Austin
James Woods
as Himself
Ailsa Marshall
as Nick's Girlfriend
Tony Bennett
as Himself
Katie Morgan
as Herself
Will Sasso
as Jay Lester
Kanye West
as Himself
Caitlin Chapman
as Receptionist Susan
Chuck Pacheco
as Producer Chuck
Michael Hitchcock
as Paul Schneider
Max Gail
as Himself
Kevin Pollak
as Mr. Levine
Shay Jordan
as Herself
Jay Leno
as Himself
Jimmy Kimmel
as Himself
Larry Charles
as Audition producer
Paul Webster
as Mandy's Publicist
Kevin Love
as Himself
Chuck Zito
as Himself
Jerry Jones
as Himself
Snoop Dogg
as Himself
Fran Drescher
as Mrs. Levine
Peter Berg
as Himself
Rob Weiss
as Audition producer
Joel Silver
as Himself
Paul Gagliano
as Paul Schneider's Assistant
Danny Musico
as Himself
Mary Van Luven
as Receptionist
Alex Wexo
as CIA Agent
Sonny Marinelli
as Jon DeLuca
Alessandra Ambrosio
as Victoria's Secret Angel No. 1
John McCarthy
as UFC Referee
Mickey Jones
as Himself
Stephen Levinson
as Audition producer
Gary Kraus
as Movie Theater Manager
Jordi Caballero
as Police Chief
Sheila Jaffe
as Casting director
Izabel Goulart
as Victoria's Secret Angel No. 2
Baron Jay
as Driver
Roxy Jezel
as Porn Actress No. 1
Elizabeth Regen
as Gina DeLuca
Baron Jay
as Driver
Brett Ratner
as Himself
Eddie Driscoll
as Lead Detective
Sydney Park
as Girl Scout
Summer Altice
as Hot Girl
Joey King
as Chuck's Daughter
Ben Lyons
as Interviewer
Dean Cain
as Himself
Monique Alexander
as Porn Actress No. 2
Stan Lee
as Himself
Chase Kim
as Officer
Ginny Weirick
as Hollwood Reporter Girl
Michael Canavan
as Horse Owner
Chuck Licata
as Customer No. 1
J. Claude Deering
as Brett's Assistant
Keisuke Hoashi
as Club Official
Keli Daniels
as Press #1
Lenny Jacobson
as Customer No. 2
Gil Darnell
as Photographer
Steve Nash
as Himself
Kwame Boateng
as Teenager
Marcus London
as Porn Actor
Adam Hutson
as Thirty Something Guy
Dave Matos
as Reporter
Suzanne Hunt
as Woman at Auction No. 1
Heidi Lynne Herschbach
as Billboard Girl
Melanie Burchby
as Amanda's Assistant
Tom Sizemore
as Himself
Natasa Fontaine
as Rehab Girl
Jan Devereaux
as Temple Goer No. 1
John Cleese
as Himself
Anzu Lawson
as Press #2
Libby Aubrey
as Woman at Auction No. 2
Saradi Mooney
as Captain Girl
Dennis Mooney
as Lee Gordon
Dan Sachoff
as Press #3
Veronica De Laurentiis
as Woman at Auction No. 3
Taylor Cathcart
as Happy Birthday Girl
Gustavo Flores
as Clapper Juan
Jeff Garlin
as Roger Jay
Joyce Hiller Piven
as Temple Goer No. 2
Ryan Howard
as Himself
Helen Tucker
as Hot Girl
E.L. Woody
as Camera Man
Samantha Basalari
as Girl Leaving Party
David Spade
as Himself
Drew Brees
as Himself
Erica Walker
as Massage Therapist
Mike Tyson
as Himself
Rome Shadanloo
as Assistant
Aaron Brown
as Twin No. 1
Aaron Brown
as Twin No. 1
Lauren Shiohama
as Phil's Assistant
Minka Kelly
as Herself
Stefan Richter
as Chef Stefan
Soo Yeon Lee
as Herself
Eminem
as Himself
William Peltz
as Amanda's Assistant
Casper Brindle
as Assistant Director
Zach Lasry
as Scott's Assistant
Maya Stojan
as Stan Lee's Assistant
John Heard
as Himself
Yori Uehara
as Yori, TMZ Reporter
Scott Conant
as Himself
Liz Gallagher
as Female Agent
Steve Tisch
as Himself
Melanie Specht
as Burger Chick
Rick Salomon
as Himself
Tommy Gunn
as Porn Vince
Elanor Kerrigan
as Dice's Wife
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Series Details

TV Network: HBO
Premiere Date: Jul 18, 2004
Genre: Comedy
Executive Producers: Mark Wahlberg, Doug Ellin, Stephen Levinson, Rob Weiss, Ally Musika, Larry Charles, Steve Tompkins, Denis Biggs
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