Loot: Season 1 (2022)


Season 1
Loot

Critics Consensus

Loot doesn't quite service comedic treasure Maya Rudolph as satisfyingly as a star vehicle should, although there are enough riches here to suggest a big return on investment -- when this promising sitcom finds its footing.

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Critic Ratings: 41

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User Ratings: 26

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Episodes

Air date: Jun 24, 2022

Molly Novak's life is thrown into upheaval when she discovers her billionaire husband is cheating on her.

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Air date: Jun 24, 2022

On her first day of work at The Wells Foundation, Molly tries to fit in with Sofia and the rest of the team.

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Air date: Jun 24, 2022

When John gives an interview questioning her substance, Molly and her co-workers decide to hit back; Howard makes a discovery about Nicholas.

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Air date: Jul 1, 2022

Arthur helps Molly sort through her financial portfolio after she realizes she owns several problematic companies.

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Air date: Jul 8, 2022

After divorcing her husband of 20 years, Molly Novak must figure out what to do with her $87 billion settlement; she decides to reengage with her charitable foundation and reconnect with the real world-finding herself along the way.

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Air date: Jul 15, 2022

After divorcing her husband of 20 years, Molly Novak must figure out what to do with her $87 billion settlement; she decides to reengage with her charitable foundation and reconnect with the real world-finding herself along the way.

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Air date: Jul 22, 2022

After divorcing her husband of 20 years, Molly Novak must figure out what to do with her $87 billion settlement; she decides to reengage with her charitable foundation and reconnect with the real world-finding herself along the way.

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Air date: Jul 29, 2022

After divorcing her husband of 20 years, Molly Novak must figure out what to do with her $87 billion settlement; she decides to reengage with her charitable foundation and reconnect with the real world-finding herself along the way.

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Air date: Aug 5, 2022

After divorcing her husband of 20 years, Molly Novak must figure out what to do with her $87 billion settlement; she decides to reengage with her charitable foundation and reconnect with the real world-finding herself along the way.

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Air date: Aug 12, 2022

After divorcing her husband of 20 years, Molly Novak must figure out what to do with her $87 billion settlement; she decides to reengage with her charitable foundation and reconnect with the real world-finding herself along the way.

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Cast & Crew

Maya Rudolph
Molly Kovak

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Michaela Rodriguez
Sofia Salinas

Actor
Nat Faxon
Arthur

Actor
Joel Kim Booster
Nicholas

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Ron Funches
Howard

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Alan Yang
Executive Producer
Matt Hubbard
Executive Producer
Maya Rudolph
Executive Producer
Natasha Lyonne
Executive Producer
Danielle Renfrew Behrens
Executive Producer
Dave Becky
Executive Producer
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Critic Reviews for Loot: Season 1

Audience Reviews for Loot: Season 1

  • 1d ago
    Funny and nice, good for passing time :)
  • 3d ago
    Don't waste your time
  • 4d ago
    totally hooked on this show
  • 6d ago
    Boring, tedious. This is a one-joke comedy: Maya Rudolph is sooo rich that she is clueless. I watch three or four episodes and hated myself for wasting my time hoping it would get better. All surrounding characters are cartoons. Dont waste your time.
  • Jun 27, 2022
    Maya Rudolph amazing as always! love this show so far
  • Jun 27, 2022
    A very heavy hand has written and directs this effort - and effort is never something to demonstrate in any programming - sort of like seeing the sweat roll down the face of a desperate actor - in this case, the writing is devoid of craft and the humour is endlessly nudge-wink in style -- not my cuppa.
  • Jun 26, 2022
    Its literally everything you need your life right now. So good.
  • Jun 25, 2022
    Maya is so funny. Joel is also the perfect addition to this cast.
  • Jun 25, 2022
    What a mess. How can it be so bland with a great lead. Maya tries her best but the script is weak and dull
  • Jun 25, 2022
    Ignore the rating on this one, (Not All) but some comments and reviews about this show are based on bitter ignorance of LGBTQ and Wealth status. Some of the comments have been dark. I watched three episodes about a person living in someone else's shadow, who when she freed herself had no sense of direction. Loot has a great story to tell if we look past the one percent wealth topic, which seems to be the second topic distracting some from what I think are very relatable messages. Rudolph and the rest of the ensemble deliver heartwarming scenes while also using comedy to point out moments where we can all seem a little tone-deaf to what is happening in front of us. What I like is that it's relatable regardless of how much money is in a person's pocket. Showrunners also do a great job at pointing out how easy it can be to lose your individuality once in a relationship. Loot succeeds at being a light-hearted, feel-good comedy equivalent to watching shows like The Office, Parks-And-Recreation, or The Mindy Project. I look forward to seeing how the characters and story develop over time. As always, if you made it this far, thanks for reading, and if you watch this series, let me know what you think. Keep it interesting, Stay Channel Surfing! Damian at TalkTeaV

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