If you get the Trio network, I recommend this six-part comedy series that is their first original production. It's a wicked show-business parody that has a kick I haven't felt since The Larry Sanders Show. It's about a struggling agent named Max, who followed his actress-girlfriend, Susan, out to Hollywood only to get dumped. Now Max is hanging on by the skin of his teeth at the management agency where Susan got him a job. It's pilot season, when the networks hear pitches for possible shows and every agent and manager is struggling to position their clients. Max takes a long-shot gamble on a guy who hasn't been on TV for years. The style is mock-documentary, because Max and Susan were the subject of an unreleased student documentary when they first arrived, and now a new group of students is making a sequel. There's desperation on both sides of the camera. Featured players include Sarah Silverman, Andy Dick, Bob Cross and Sam Seder, who also directed and co-wrote. Trio is running marathons of the six episodes back-to-back this weekend, one on Saturday, 9/25, beginning at 10am and one on Sunday, 9/26, beginning at 6pm. Highly recommended. M.