Critic Consensus: Although it occasionally covers familiar territory, Satisfaction creates an air of mystery by enthusiastically tackling uncomfortable subject matter.
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as Neil Truman
as Grace Truman
as Anika Truman
as Victor O'Connell
as Amy Parsons
Where the classic USA drama has been clean, light and almost always buoyant even when it deals with serious issues, Satisfaction has an air of restless trouble. That's the goal, and the show is well made.
I honestly can't figure out where Satisfaction goes from its overwrought premiere, and, worse than that, I don't particularly care.
Seen as a sort of midlife-crisis Risky Business - with a grown-up instead of a teenager learning to say "What the heck?" - the show has its funny and sexy moments.
Nice to finally see a show nailing what it wants to be and say, in continually discerning work from Passmore, Szostak and series creator Sean Jablonski ("Nip/Tuck").
[It] dives into some of the more uncomfortable sides of human nature and monogamy.
Audience Reviews for Satisfaction: Season 1
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