Comedy series that takes a none-too-serious look at the day-to-day life of a sexy young actor whose career is on the rise. To share the fun of his ride to the top, and to keep him grounded in modern-day Hollywood, Vince Chase looks to his childhood buddies from Queens.
Your best friend's star is rising in Hollywood, and there’s only one thing to do: join his entourage. Meet Eric, Turtle and Johnny Drama: three guys from Queens dedicated to helping their filmstar buddy Vincent Chase navigate the absurdities of modern-day Hollywood.
With his latest film about to hit screens across the country, actor Vince Chase is living the player''s life in L.A.; but to keep the lifestyle going, Vince has to keep making movies, and his superagent Ari thinks he''s found just the project.
"Head On" opens, but Variety tags Vince's performance in the film as lacklustre. To help fight off the cloud of the review, the boys head over to a Rolls Royce dealership, where Vince picks up a $320K Phantom, and then picks up some girls on the drive home.
Vince runs into Jimmy Kimmel, who immediately does his best to get Vince to commit to appearing on his show. Drama reveals he & Kimmel have a past history: that he disappeared & ignored him when Drama's career cooled off. Regardless, Vince decides to appear on the show.
The big day has arrived, and "Head On" is opening wide across the country, but Vince doesn't seem to be too concerned about going to see the film. Instead, he makes plans to spend the big night hanging out with his boys.
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Vince is dating a new girl, Fiona, an outspoken vegan, and the rest of the crew are not happy about the new relationship. The boys see her as a potential Yoko Ono, ready to ruin Vince's career… along with the sweet setup that they've established.
Vince is still dedicated to doing "Queens Boulevard" but Ari has yet to make that deal happen. Instead, the agent is pitching Vince on a myriad of other projects. Complicating matters is rival agent Josh Weinstein, who interjects himself into Vince's life.
Pre-production on "Queens Boulevard" is moving along nicely and famed indie director Billy Walsh is tapped to helm the project. Vince takes an immediate liking to Walsh but Eric has concerns, especially when he discovers Walsh has added one particular certain scene.
Tired of being known as "Vince's guy", Eric wants a title commensurate with his duties. With his latest shoot taking him to New York, Vince prepares to say goodbye to L.A. Drama considers his next role while Turtle stakes out a claim as Vince's farewell party promoter.