Roadies - Season 1
The series is an insider's look at the reckless, romantic, funny and often poignant lives of a committed group of 'roadies' who helps with a rock band's major multi-city tour.
- Episode 01: Life Is a Carnival
- Episode 02: What Would Phil Do?
- Episode 03: The Bryce Newman Letter
- Episode 04: The City Whose Name Must Not Be Spoken
- Episode 05: Friends and Family
- Episode 06: Longest Days
- Episode 07: Carpet Season
- Episode 08: The All-Night Bus Ride
- Episode 09: The Corporate Gig
- Episode 10: The Load Out
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Common Sense Media
July 11, 2016 Instead of affecting and memorable television, you get an odd mash-up of workplace drama and romantic comedy, a bit like The Office with a much cooler wardrobe and a fraction of the laughs.Read in Source
June 24, 2016 Roadies exemplifies the best of Crowe's earnest exuberances, as well as the potholes he should now know how to avoid.Read in Source
Tribune News Service
August 12, 2016 Messy and maudlin and yet so affectionately charactered and detailed that it is Cameron Crowe's first, best destiny -- the work he was born to do.Read in Source
June 23, 2016 (Crowe) needs to strengthen his characters, and I hope that comes over the course of the first season, but I'm willing to let the set list play out. I still trust the man who wrote it.Read in Source
The Young Folks
June 27, 2016 Like Vinyl, this show treats its industry so insufferably precious, it's hard to even sit through an entire episode without feeling the need to take a breather.Read in Source
June 23, 2016 Unfortunately, the characters in Roadies, writer-director Cameron Crowe's new Showtime series about a rock band's road crew, come off like an irritating Sorkin ensemble.Read in Source
June 23, 2016 Unlikeable characters fill the foreground, while an unfocused music track fills the background.Read in Source
August 01, 2016 Crowe can be corny, but he's never phony, and when the characters here drop into reveries about why they do what they do it's easy to buy them as passionate people who live in service of art.Read in Source
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