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Genre  Drama Comedy
Country of origin  United States
No. of seasons  1
Final episode date  12 January 2013
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Created by  Craig Wright
Original language(s)  English
First episode date  16 October 2012
Network  MTV
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Starring  Jared Kusnitz Inbar Lavi Michelle Ang Sarah Habel Diego Boneta
Cast  Diego Boneta, Inbar Lavi, Michelle Ang, Sarah Habel, Jared Kusnitz
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Underemployed is an American comedy-drama television series on MTV. The series premiered on October 16, 2012.

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Premise

The series evolves around a group of five fresh graduates who met and became close friends during college.

Initially, each had their big dreams and were very determined to make them happen: Lou wanted to pursue graduate school and eventually become an environmental lawyer; Raviva broke up with Lou to move to Los Angeles in the hope of making it in the music industry; Miles wanted to be a model and the face of Calvin Klein; Sophia wanted to become a writer; and Daphne just wanted to be successful.

Unfortunately, life doesn't always work out.

Main cast

  • Sarah Habel as Daphne Glover
  • Jared Kusnitz as Louis "Lou" Craft
  • Diego Boneta as Miles Gonzalez
  • Inbar Lavi as Raviva
  • Michelle Ang as Sophia Swanson
  • Recurring cast

  • Julianna Guill as Bekah
  • Rachel Cannon as Deb
  • Daniel (Dan) Johnson as Jamel
  • Danny McCarthy as Paul
  • Olesya Rulin as Pixie Dexter
  • Bar Paly as Tatiana
  • Charlie Weber as Todd
  • Angel M. Wainwright as Laura
  • Critical reception

    The Chicago Tribune said the show needs to offer a lot more than what was served in the first few episodes to compete on the level of Girls on HBO and Workaholics on Comedy Central. The New York Times said the show is a botched attempt at a dirty-sexy-funny show.

    References

    Underemployed (TV series) Wikipedia


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