House of Lies
Charming, fast talking Marty Kaan and his crack team of management consultants know how to play the corporate game better than anyone, by using every dirty trick in the book to woo powerful CEOs and close huge deals. In the board rooms, barrooms and bedrooms of the power elite, corruption is business as usual and everyone's out for themselves first. Nothing is sacred in this scathing, irreverent satire of corporate America today. Outrageous, subversive and wildly funny, HOUSE OF LIES stars Academy Award® nominee Don Cheadle and Kristen Bell.
Unusual and sardonic look at the highly successful and ruthless consultant Marty Kaan (Don Cheadle), who does not shrink from any means to get the right information for his clients. Kristen Bell plays a graduate of a prestigious university Jeannie Van Der Hooven, which works in the Marty firm.Read more »
Marty and the Pod adjust to the â€œnewâ€ Galweather Stearn in the aftermath of the sexual harassment scandal. Interim CEO, Julianne Hofschrager, needs Marty to live up to his reputation of being a fearless closer but that expectation poses a challenge when Marty consults with Mr. Pincus, a valued client no one in the company knows. Meanwhile, Jeannie relives haunting memories from a drunken night out and Marty struggles to patch things up with his son Roscoe.Read more »
New season starts in the wreckage of Martyâ€™s decision to launch his own firm as it spills onto the pod â€“ the almighty quartet is disbanded. But while Marty is preoccupied with hustling up new clients, his former mentee Jeannie is channeling her inner Kaan and making big moves in his absence.Read more »
House of Lies is not just a â€œblack comedyâ€ and satire â€“ a rare phenomenon in the flow of entertainment shows. Americans are tired of the complacency of big business, thatâ€™s why it became one of the reasons for such series supposed to appear. It happened to be quite successful, despite some shortcomings. Placed on the eponymous book by Martin Keana â€œHouse of Liesâ€ â€“ this insider look at the world of big business â€“ because Keane served three years in the consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. and knows the nature. Yes, the show presents profanity and redundancy. The characters are constantly bear young horse meat â€“ but its sex, money and power is often a measure of what our world is a symbol of success. Just for some (as Doug Guggenheim analysts and Clyde Oberholda) money and power yet unattainable and they play on the accessible site, enthusiastically counting points in virtual sex competition. Scenario would not prevent further sharp plot turns. Script team needs to focus on writing quality jokes, especially that it has the necessary occasions.Read more »
House of Lies season 5 begins immediately after the events of season 4. Last season, Marty had to get out of the deep pit. He was in prison, his clients were gone and the future of Kaan & Associates was on the brink of disaster. Jeannie's pregnancy was another unexpected event, to which he was not ready. But the character of the winner helped him worthy to overcome a difficult situation. The stakes were very high, but the risk was justified. Now, his business is booming, but personal concerns become much more. Marty must pay much attention to newborn daughter and to his son Roscoe. He tries to find a balance between family and work ...Read more »