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搜寻死党第一季
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主演:阿莉雅·肖卡特  葛瑞芬·纽曼  约翰·雷诺兹  梅瑞迪斯·海格纳  
类型:美国剧
导演:迈克尔·修华特  
地区:美国
年份:2016
语言:英语
简介:在TBS全清多镜头喜剧后,就一直开发各种单镜头喜剧,现在又预订一部黑色喜剧《Search Party》,背景讲述一群20多岁的年青人,因为前大学校友神秘失踪而再次重聚。 《Search Party》焦点在脆弱﹑失意的女主Dory(Alia Shawkat饰演)﹑对自己做的事并不自豪,最大的成就就是为她那从富有的雇主手中处理捐赠衣物。她亦觉得自己与男友Drew(John Reynolds)的关系如一池子死水停滞不前的沉闷局面,而Drew是个无知但又自满,还像个被宠坏般的人。 即使是好友Elliott及Portia(John Early及Meredith Hagner),她也觉得不断的跟他们疏离;Elliott是个自认的自大狂,老爱给自己的生活方式不停加各种头衔﹑Portia是个演员,长期在不安全感及病态式热衷中找平衡。 本剧由Sarah-Violet Bliss及Charles Rogers编剧兼执导。

Behind the scene 本剧主创Michael Showalt在将近六年的时间里于纽约大学电影学院进行剧本写作课程的教学工作,当他还是一名教师的时候,两位超越同人成绩禀异的学生-- Sarah-Violet Bloss and Charles Rogers引起了他的注意并决定带他们踏入当时的网飞剧集项目--- “Wet Hot American Summer”,至此开始,一同协作开启了剧集 “Search Party”的进程。 FULL VERSION “Search Party” debuts Monday on TBS, The show stars Alia Shawkat (most recognizable as Maeby Fünke on “Arrested Development”) as an aimless Brooklyn 20-something that stumbles across a missing person flyer for an old acquaintance and decides to solve the case. Although the show is a comedy, “Search Party” balances young Brooklynites brunching with murder mystery investigation in a combination that seems tailor-made for the traditional binge-watcher. Unlike a show like “Girls” where many episodes are spent documenting directionless young people, “Search Party” immediately introduces this overt metaphor of trying to find something. “They’re searching for her, but they’re really searching for themselves,” Showalter explained to HuffPost at a promotional party for the show. “In a lot of ways, when you’re in your 20s, that really is when you’re searching. You really are trying to find your identity and to try and kind of decide what kind of a person you want to be.” The original idea for the show came from Showalter, along with fellow executive producers Lilly Burns and Tony Hernandez. Showalter’s former students, Bliss and Rogers, then took it from there, joining from the “Wet Hot American Summer” writing room. As the second season of the Netflix’s “Wet Hot” series will also focus on 20-somethings, Showalter explained how the two projects were kept separate in the the team’s minds. “’Search Party’ is about today ― young people right now,” said Showalter. “’Wet Hot American Summer’ is people in their 40s playing people in their 20s in the early ‘90s. It’s just a different comedic tone ... but [we] worked with a lot of the same people and writers on both shows. There’s a lot of crossover in terms of [collaboration]. But thematically, it’s not really the same.” Showalter stressed how much he enjoyed making this new show, saying a couple times, “I’m really proud to be a part of it.” User Review(via.IMDB) Search Party isn't a non-stop laughfest, nor is it a dreary ID crime investigation, and it certainly isn't a perfect blend of the two. What it is, however, is a realistic journey of self-trust. This isn't a show where the main character is a genius and can link clues at a rapid pace or where a team of expert analysts know exactly where to find the next missing piece. This is a show where an everyday woman with nothing to lose puts herself in charge of her own life and throws everything she has into this mystery. Each episode doesn't give leaps and bounds of clues for the mystery, like investigations in the real-world. Dory is an everyday woman, and Search Party follows her personal conspiracy and investigation in a real-to-life pace. The characters are flawed, just like real people, and if you find them distasteful it's because they were written to be that way. The whole opening theme is that Dory finds herself stuck in life. Stuck with a dead-end job, stuck with lackluster friends, and stuck with a unsatisfactory boyfriend, but the one thing she does have, (as another character notes), is this conspiracy of a girl from her past who goes missing. If you want an action show watch Hawaii Five-0, if you want a comedy watch Angie Tribeca, but if you want a realistic underdog story this is the show for you. You're not supposed to be recovering minute-to-minute from drama or laughter, real people don't have that every waking moment of every single day, you're slugging it out with Alia Shawkat (who SHINES) and witnessing Dory make something out of herself. ALL VIA IMDB.COM/THE HUFFINGTON POST