1. Pilot Trey and his guys have an app, and a plan - now they need an investor. It's party-crashing time. Premiering November 22, watch the first three episodes for free. New episodes available exclusively for Amazon Prime members.
2. Kid Charlemagne After getting to know the level of competition inside The Murch's Accelerator, Trey defies Lisa by reaching out to a prominent tech blogger, hoping to generate press for BRB's beta launch. When the plan backfires, it threatens the team's future.
3. Waiting For A Girl Like You Nash's parents visit the guys and demand that Nash go on a blind date with a girl they've chosen for him. With an investment from Nash's parents at stake, Trey and Lisa must accompany Nash on his date.
4. One on One In the aftermath of Trey and Lisa's hookup, Trey tries to get some clarity on their relationship while Lisa tries to stand up to The Murch. Meanwhile, Mitchell worries that Murch is going to buy, and ruin, his beloved indie wrestling league.
5. Takin' It To The Streets When BRB is hacked right after the beta launch, Trey and Hobbes get to know each other better as they desperately search the city for their prime suspect. Meanwhile, Mikki takes care of an anxious Mitchell after he runs out of Adderall.
6. Lowdown Trey realizes that BRB does not have enough female users to fulfill his vision and despite pressure from Nash to focus on BRB's strengths, Trey is unwilling to alter his vision. Meanwhile, Hobbes spirals out of control leaving the team needs to figure out how best to deal with his increasingly volatile behavior.
7. Strange Magic With the team in disarray before Demo Day, Murch sends Trey and the boys to a team-building retreat in the woods. Once there, they quickly reject the retreat's itinerary and go rogue. In the end, their trip yields insights into the future of BRB and brings them closer together, in ways they never expected.
8. Show & Tell When BRB receives a lukewarm response from investors at Demo Day, Trey and Nash must choose between conflicting courses of action in order to secure the future of their company. Meanwhile, both Nash and Mitchell are forced to evaluate their personal lives and face some inner truths.
9. Steppin' Out When a scandal puts the Murch on ice, BRB's potential investors begin to pull out. Desperate, Trey must turn to an unlikely source for help, even if it means straining his relationship with Murch. Meanwhile, Mikki's wayward mother drops in unexpectedly, hoping to pick up right where they left off.
10. Blinded By The Light Having turned his back on the Murch, Trey arrives in L.A. to run the Silicon Beach investor circuit with Victoria. Back in San Francisco, Mitchell accompanies Nash to Michael Lau's birthday bash, and Hobbes gets closer with Trevor's mom, Joanne.
11. This Is It Armed with insider information from Jordan, Trey must decide whether or not to sell BRB. He mends fences with Murch and seeks his advice after the rest of the team votes to take Casper's deal.
Preview Get a taste of Betas. An Amazon Original pilot, more episodes available soon exclusively to Amazon Prime Members.
|Starring||Joe Dinicol, Karan Soni|
|Supporting actors||Jon Daly, Charlie Saxton, Margo Harshman, Ed Begley Jr., Maya Erskine, Tyson Ritter, Sarah Stouffer, Kelly Sry, Rick Messina, Rachel Currence, Moby, Luci Suicide, Diana Burbano, Melissa Gomez, Gabriel Koura, Rachel Ann Mullins, Adam Reeser, Meghan Aruffo|
|Executive Producer||Alan Cohen|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
I was not expecting to fall in love with this show but did. Please bring it back for a second season, it is one of those out of the box shows that works. Read morePublished 15 hours ago by antioch94531
Awesome. Being in the startup ecosystem in Silicon Valley and having gone through the startup process, it rings very true, which is high praise considering how SV is usually... Read morePublished 1 day ago by E. DeMenthon
Love the characters and the dialog. Quick paced. Thought it was only for younger, hipper viewers, but my husband and I love it!Published 2 days ago by Joan Roberts
Good show that has a good mix of characters to mix things up and keep it interesting. It could probably us a little more tech humor to keep it going.Published 2 days ago by Grant Webb
This show is freaking awesome! I really hope that they announce a second season because this show is really clever, funny, and really deserves it.Published 2 days ago by Alexandra Alcala
Decent sitcom. Characters could have been developed better but I wish it had gotten a second season. Seems to be as good as Silicon Valley on HBO.Published 2 days ago by Steve Roudebush
The only reason I found out about this show was because of the hype over Silicon Valley but honestly, this is one of the best shows I've seen. It's truly great and even motivating!Published 2 days ago by Alan Rios
As an engineer working in the Silicon Valley, I'm a bit disappointed, especially with the characters. Read morePublished 3 days ago by ciciewang
Despite some hokey scenes and stereotypes "Betas" is a cut above network sitcoms today. No laugh track is another plus.Published 3 days ago by Terry Coyle