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Red Oaks 1 Season

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Season 1
Available on Prime
4.4 out of 5 stars (13,935) IMDb 7.8/10

An Amazon Original Series: A coming-of-age comedy set in the "go-go" 80s about a college student enjoying a last hurrah before summer comes to an end--and the future begins.

Starring:
Craig Roberts, Ennis Esmer

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Season 1
1. Pilot

In the summer of 1985, 20-year-old David Meyers takes a job as a tennis pro at Red Oaks Country Club in suburban New Jersey, as his parents, girlfriend, and co-workers pull him toward a future he's increasingly unsure he wants.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: September 14, 2015
2. Doubles

David finds himself swept into a surprising hustle when he agrees to be Getty's doubles partner for an outside-work tennis match. As David gets to know Getty's daughter, Skye, Nash nurtures dreams of playing the stock market, and Wheeler and Misty bond over a parallel parking lesson.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 25 minutes Release date: October 9, 2015
3. The Wedding

David talks Barry into hiring him to film a wedding at Red Oaks. While the club comes out to celebrate, Nash squares off with a rival to impress the father of the bride, and Wheeler ponders an eccentric stranger's business proposition.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 25 minutes Release date: October 9, 2015
4. MDMA

David's romantic plans for Karen's birthday go awry, while Sam and Judy's marriage counselors give them a new "empathy" drug to tap into their romantic feelings, and Misty sets Wheeler up on the world's worst blind date.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: October 9, 2015
5. Fourth of July

With Red Oaks' Independence Day party in full swing, Getty enlists David as his coach for the upcoming club tennis championship, and Wheeler catches Misty's boyfriend in a compromising position. Meanwhile, Judy struggles with conflicted feelings for her female yoga teacher.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 25 minutes Release date: October 9, 2015
6. Swingers

David is hired to film a sex tape for middle-aged swingers from the club, but the experience isn't quite the stuff of fantasy. Meanwhile, Karen tries her hand at modeling for Barry, and Judy throws a party for the students in her real estate class, to Sam's chagrin.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: October 9, 2015
7. Body Swap

A mysterious Japanese liquor gives David and Sam an intimate glimpse into each other's lives.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: October 9, 2015
8. After Hours

David and Skye ponder their respective futures, both romantic and professional, as they spend an evening in New York City. Wheeler and Misty spend the night driving around town and discussing life.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: October 9, 2015
9. The Bar Mitzvah

David's tensions with Barry, his recent night out with Skye, and his growing distance from Karen all threaten to derail a Red Oaks bar mitzvah he's been hired to film. All while Wheeler scrambles to recover a missing package of cocaine.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: October 9, 2015
10. Labor Day Luau

As the end of summer approaches, David coaches Getty for the Red Oaks tennis championship, and the Red Oaks staff say their goodbyes. But there are big changes coming for the Meyers and the Gettys.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: October 9, 2015
Bonus: Red Oaks - Season 1 Official Trailer

Set in suburban New Jersey in 1985, Red Oaks centers around college student David Meyer--a young man at a crossroads as he tries to figure out who he is and what he wants to be in this world. He gets a summer job as an assistant tennis pro at the Red Oaks Country Club and while there, David finds himself the recipient of unsolicited life advice from a colorful group of coworkers and club members.

CC Runtime: 1 minute Release date: September 14, 2014
Bonus: Red Oaks - Season 1 Look Ahead

Set in suburban New Jersey in 1985, Red Oaks centers around college student David Meyer--a young man at a crossroads as he tries to figure out who he is and what he wants to be in this world. He gets a summer job as an assistant tennis pro at the Red Oaks Country Club and while there, David finds himself the recipient of unsolicited life advice from a colorful group of coworkers and club members.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 2 minutes Release date: August 28, 2014

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

I was not sure what to expect, but the fact that it was set in the 1980's and co-starred Jennifer Grey made me want to tune in. I was pleasantly surprised. Most coming of age stories have been kind of lost on me since I entered my 30's, but I really enjoyed this. I almost choked on my tea during the opening scene between Sam and David (Richard Kind is hilarious). The show was reminiscent of all of the 1980's coming of age flicks I grew up loving, but it also had its own voice. As a woman it is probably not 'politically correct' for me to love Nash, but I do. It is really hard to get me to tune into a TV show, it is even harder to get me to keep watching, but I definitely want to see more of Red Oaks!
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Wow, I love this pilot. I hope this gets picked up.
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The Red Oaks pilot was FANTASTIC! I've watched a bunch of these pilots now and have been sort of "meh" about all of them -- until this one. I laughed out loud over and over, I nostalgically sang along with all the 80's songs and I looooved the underdogs and am dying to see them win. This intro had all the great little nuances of a Cameron Crowe/Rob Reiner/John Hughes mashup, like Ferris Bueller Says Anything is Pretty in Sixteen Pink Candles-- GET IT? Sorry, got a little carried away there... Anyway-- great characters! Nash is absolutely over-the-top obnoxious but only goes *too much* over a few times (the part about how David was the only idiot who'd accept the 60/40 split threw me right out of my willing suspension for a minute), and Wheeler -- awesome -- the Jonah Hill character, only smarter and could be even better as he goes along. David's mom and dad were great and the punch line of the joke about the dying-man's-last-words landed *perfectly* when the "oriental" nurse came in and both parents went to fantasyland... cheesy and perfect! I think David himself needs a little more definition as the protagonist -- is he the subtle omnicient p.o.v. commentator or the loveable but clueless bullseye for the big gags? I want him to be more clearly delineated. But put it all together and I am absolutely sure: PLEASE make a whole season of this show! I'm definitely biased because I'm class of '86, so I know I'm a little over-excited, but if there were any more episodes made I would watch them all right now, one after another, and forget that I have the flu so bad I've been alternately miserably coughing and completely comotose in bed for three days -- I want MORE RED OAKS! Please? Pretty in Pink Please with Candles on top???
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I am really picky when it comes to good comedy, and this show had me in stitches by the 4th minute. The cash is talented and dynamic, filled with actors that I've loved watching elsewhere. Can't wait to watch more. You'd be fools not to pick this one up!!
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Very enjoyable. Paul Reiser is an excellent club president and antagonist. I look forward to seeing where the show takes us. Visually I think they nailed Country club life in the 80's. Exactly what I expect from the talented people behind the show. More please.
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Next to Transparent, this is Amazon's best show. Though not easy for a pilot to do, they established a strong cast of characters, a strong setting in a well-worn time period that they were able to make fresh, and a strong overall premise. Much hope that this gets picked up and that David Gordon Green returns to direct more episodes.
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Great actors, strong characters and entertaining story. Serious potential!
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I love it! I was always going to always love it because I love Soderbergh and David Gordon Green. This has that same DGG TV style from Eastbound, otherwise worthy of premium cable. Great casting. Craig Roberts has been one to watch since Submarine and that doesn't change here. Hilarious, thoughtful and very 80s. Amazon should know what to do.
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