The final season of the popular HBO series co-produced by Mark Wahlberg that was based loosely on his life. Winner of several Emmy Awards, this is the end of the line for Turtle (played by Jerry Ferrara), Vince (played by Adrian Grenier), Eric (played by Kevin Connolly), Drama (played by Kevin Dillon), and Ari (played by Jeremy Piven).
Film actor Vince lives in Los Angeles and tries to cut through all the crap of the film industry with the help of his close buddies and agent. He and his “entourage” are from New York so it takes a while for them to adjust to life in L.A. The entourage is always on the lookout for the perfect movie for Vince in order to make him a huge star.
Episode 1: Home Sweet Home: Vince is back from rehab and that causes Drama to freak out. To welcome him back the entire gang decides to throw Vince a surprise party.
Episode 2: Out With a Bang: Vince develops his experiences at rehab into a screenplay. Director Billy Walsh (played by Rhys Coiro) chooses to use Drama as the lead.
Episode 3: One Last Shot: Drama continues to clash with his co-star Andrew Dice Clay. Vince tries to help another addict but it doesn’t go well.
Episode 4: Whiz Kid: Ari has a fling with former girlfriend Dana Gordon (played by Constance Zimmer). He then uses her to make his ex-wife (played by Perrey Reeves) jealous and it backfires.
Episode 5: Motherf*cker: To the potential damage of his career, Vince falls for a woman he cannot be with. Drama tries to save his television series.
Episode 6: The Big Bang: Vince is mad when Vanity Fair portrays him as an insensitive womanizer. Ari discovers that his wife can get half of everything he owns.
Episode 7: Second to Last: Everyone loves the script to the miner film including Ari. Turtle is having troubles with his new restaurant.
Episode 8: The End: Ari makes a last ditch attempt to save his marriage. Vince makes a decision and then a big announcement.
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