The Kominsky Method
The sun isn't setting yet on the once famous Sandy Kominsky and his longtime agent Norman Newlander, two friends tackling life's inevitable curveballs as they navigate their later years in Los Angeles, a city that values youth and beauty.
The plot of The Kominsky Method season 1 tells about the long-term friendship between Sandy Kominsky (Michael Douglas) and Norman (Alan Arkin). Kominsky is an actor who had a brief explosion of popularity. And now he is a respected Hollywood acting coach with his own acting method and success formula. On the other hand, Norman is his best friend and long-suffering agent. And of course, many funny adventures will await our no longer young friends.Read more »
The bosom friends Sandy (Michael Douglas) and Norman (Alan Arkin), despite their advanced age, are not yet ready to retire completely and stop entertaining the audience with their witty comments and philosophical discussions on the topic of humiliating aging. In upcoming episodes, the former actor (and now a professor of acting) and his faithful agent will continue to courageously reflect the blows of life in Los Angeles - the city that is not the most comfortable for aging in the United States. Sandy will have to courageously survive the acquaintance with his daughter's new gentleman Martin (Paul Reiser), who is dangerously close to him by age. Meanwhile, Norman will conceive of reuniting with his longtime love Madelyn (Jane Seymour) 50 years after their passionate romance. We understand that not everything will go smoothly, but friendly support and correctly chosen words can heal any wound in the soul.Read more »
For two seasons, Sandy Kominsky (Michael Douglas) endured all the hardships of retirement in the company of his best friend Norman (Alan Arkin), but in the third season of The Kominsky Method, the protagonist will have to cope with everything alone. Back in September last year, Alan Arkin, who played Norman, announced his retirement from the series. Fans of the drama are probably worried about how the writers prescribed Norman's absence from the frame, and the trailer for the upcoming episodes of The Kominsky Method reveals this secret. The creators of the series did not delay the inevitable: Norman went to another world. Now Sandy is forced to deal with all the issues himself, and even the deceased friend at parting threw him a job in the form of responsibilities for the disposal of property. Fate did not take pity on Sandy, and provided him with a couple more problems: an ex-wife appears on the horizon, and her daughter still does not listen to exhortations that sand is already pouring from her lover.Read more »