Sarah Jessica Parker and Thomas Haden Church try to keep things amicable while going through the endless process of separation in Season 1.
Series Premiere. Suburban couple Frances and Robert consider the state of their ...
2. Next Day
After balking at signing a lease for her dream gallery, Frances rushes to interc...
Robert and Frances undergo couples therapy before Frances arrives at an epiphany.
Frances and Robert meet with a mediator; Frances gets emotional at work; Robert ...
Frances discovers Robert has hired a lawyer, and responds in kind; Frances looks...
Frances and Robert try to set their differences aside and make their annual Chri...
7. Weekend Plans
Frances discovers that Robert has misled her about their financial situation; Ro...
Frances pursues a new job, and is troubled that Robert suddenly seems to be so h...
9. Another Party
Frances takes issue with a lawyer's insinuations of negligence; Dallas makes a c...
Season One Finale. Tensions ease between Frances and Robert, but a move by Franc...
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3 Seasons Available (24 Episodes)
About This Series
The never-ending process of ending a marriage is the focus of this comedy series starring Sarah Jessica Parker and Thomas Haden Church. After more than a decade of marriage, Frances (Parker) has begun to reassess her strained relationship with husband Robert (Church). But making a clean break is harder than she thought--while Robert struggles to cope with their new reality.
Cast and Crew
Starring: Sarah Jessica Parker, Thomas Haden Church, Molly Shannon, Talia Balsam, Tracy Letts, Sterling Jerins, Charlie Kilgore, Becki Newton, Isaac Josephthal, James Lesure, Timothy Britten Parker, Patricia Dunnock, Dominic Fumusa, Tom Lipinski, Marton Csokas, Dean Winters, J. Smith-Cameron, Amy Sedaris, Roslyn Ruff, Oliver Edwin, Steven Pasquale, Gillian Vigman, Marcia DeBonis, Wally Dunn, Peter Linari, R. Alex Murray, LaVon Fisher Wilson, Alexandra Berenbaum, James Boland, James DiNonno, Jemaine Clement, Teresa Yenque, Desmin Borges, James Colby