Lipstick Jungle (TV series)

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Lipstick Jungle
Lipstick Jungle.jpg
Series intertitle
Created by DeAnn Heline
Eileen Heisler
Starring Brooke Shields
Kim Raver
Lindsay Price
George Burns
Paul Blackthorne
Robert Buckley
Andrew McCarthy
Theme music composer Bitter:Sweet, Michael Tavera
Opening theme The Bomb by Bitter:Sweet
Ending theme TAoSMB3 ending
Composer(s) W.G. Walden
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 20 (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Candace Bushnell
Oliver Goldstick
Camera setup Single-camera setup
Running time 47 minutes
Production company(s) Universal Media Studios
Blackie and Blondie Productions
Distributor NBCUniversal Television Distribution
Broadcast
Original channel NBC
Picture format 720p
Audio format Dolby Digital
Original run February 7, 2008 (2008-02-07) – January 9, 2009 (2009-01-09)
Chronology
Related shows Lipstick Jungle

Lipstick Jungle is an American comedy-drama television series created by DeAnn Heline and Eileen Heisler for NBC Universal Television Studio (now Universal Media Studios). The hour-long series was based on the best-selling novel of the same name by Candace Bushnell, who also served as executive producer alongside showrunner/head writer Oliver Goldstick.[1] The pilot was directed by Gary Winick.[2]

Production[edit]

The cast initially included Gina Gershon as Wendy Healy, Melissa George as Nico Reilly, Will Toale as Shane Healy and Christopher Wiehl as Kirby Atwood, with Matthew Morrison, Scott Cohen and Edward Herrmann also attached.[3] However, the show underwent significant changes with all the aforementioned cast being replaced and with executive producers DeAnn Heline and Eileen Heisler, writers Rand Ravich and Jill Gordon and director Nigel Cole all fired. George had been personally cast by Bushnell, but left in early 2007 when she was offered the HBO series In Treatment.[4][5]

The show premiered on February 7, 2008 as a mid-season replacement taking over ER‍‍ '​‍s spot at 10:00 pm Eastern/9:00 pm Central.[6] The series was slated to have 13 episodes per season. However, due to the 2007–2008 Writers Guild of America strike, only seven episodes were originally produced for the first season. The first season also competed indirectly with ABC's Cashmere Mafia, created by Bushnell's former creative partner from Sex and the City, Darren Star.[7]

On February 24, 2008, NBC ordered six additional scripts of Lipstick Jungle.[8] On April 2, 2008, NBC renewed Lipstick Jungle for a second season when they announced their Fall 2008 lineup. The second season premiered on September 24, airing at 10:00 pm Eastern/9:00 pm Central on Wednesdays. One month later, NBC announced that Lipstick Jungle would move to Fridays at 10:00 pm Eastern/9:00 pm Central effective October 31, 2008.

On November 13, 2008, rumors emerged that NBC would cancel the show due to low ratings but it was unclear if the remaining episodes would be aired in the current time slot.[9] On November 21, 2008, NBC moved Lipstick Jungle to Fridays at an hour earlier 9:00 pm Eastern/8:00 pm Central beginning December 5, for the remainder of the season.[10]

On January 9, 2009, the last produced episode of Lipstick Jungle aired, and it was advertised as the season finale. On January 15, 2009, it was announced the show was not yet canceled and could be brought back for episodes based on how the new pilots were received.[11] On January 27, 2009, NBC announced that the show would get the "Friday Night Lights Treatment" implying that the show will return on another of NBC Universal's networks for a third season and then replay on NBC midseason.[12]

On February 25, 2009, the future of Lipstick Jungle was once again put in limbo when it was announced that Lindsay Price was cast in the pilot for ABC's new drama Eastwick. However, had Lipstick Jungle received an official third season pick-up from NBC, Price would have pulled out of Eastwick in order to fulfill her contractual obligation to Lipstick Jungle.[13] On March 28, 2009, Entertainment Weekly reported that the show was officially canceled.[14]

Plot[edit]

Lipstick Jungle is a dramedy following the professional and personal lives of three best friends, all of whom are top professionals in their respective careers. Victory Ford (Price) is a fashion designer, Nico Reilly (Raver) is the editor-in-chief of Bonfire Magazine, and Wendy Healy (Shields) is the former president of Parador Pictures, currently producing independently. These three powerful women are always there to support one another and navigate the crazy, romantic, and sometimes scary world that is New York City.

Cast and characters[edit]

Main characters[edit]

  • Brooke ShieldsWendy Healy, former president of Parador Pictures
  • Kim RaverNico Reilly, editor-in-chief of Bonfire Magazine
  • Lindsay PriceVictory Ford, fashion designer
  • George Burns - Mr. Charles, Wendy's teacher
  • Paul BlackthorneShane Healy, British musician; Wendy's husband
  • Robert BuckleyKirby Atwood, photographer, Nico's on-again off-again lover/boyfriend
  • Andrew McCarthyJoe Bennett, powerful but cynical billionaire, engaged to Victory

Recurring characters[edit]

  • Rosie PerezMariana Díaz, the PR Maven for Victory (Season 2 only)
  • David Alan BascheMike Harness, Wendy and Nico's co-worker
  • Mary Tyler MooreEva Connor, Wendy's mother (Season 2 only)
  • David NoroñaSalvador Rosa, Wendy's friend and co-worker
  • Matt LauriaRoy Merritt, Victory's personal assistant
  • James LesureGriffin Bell runs "Matrick-Warner", the parent company that oversees Parador Pictures and Bonfire Magazine. He eventually became Nico's temporary lover (Season 2 only)
  • Vanessa MarcilJosie Scotto, Shane's agent/manager for his new career as a composer/musician, who seems to be threatening Wendy and Shane's relationship (Season 2 only)
  • Sarah HylandMaddie Healy, Wendy and Shane's headstrong teenage daughter
  • Carlos PonceRodrigo Vega, Victory's contractor and love interest (Season 2 only)
  • Julian SandsHector Matrick, Nico & Wendy's boss (Season 1 only)

Episodes[edit]

Season 1: 2008[edit]

No. Title Original air date Production
code
1 "Pilot" February 7, 2008 (2008-02-07) 101
Three longtime friends - Victory, Nico, and Wendy - are challenged with keeping up with complicated business and personal lives. For Wendy, a big shot film executive, a wife and a mother, this proves to be a difficult daily juggle. Meanwhile, Victory struggles to revive her once top notch fashion career, and Nico is forced to deal with serious marriage issues on top of a stressful working life. For these three powerful women the road to success in all aspects of life can be rather bumpy from time to time. Luckily, they have each other for support along the way.
2 "Chapter Two: Nothing Sacred" February 14, 2008 (2008-02-14) 102
Wendy enjoys the success of her company's most recent movie, but her celebration is brief. Wendy finds out that her nemesis, Janice Lasher, promoted a novel for publication defacing her as an empowered businesswoman and, even worse in Wendy's eyes, a bad mother. Elsewhere, Nico's relationship with Kirby heats up, and instills her with a liberating mentality that inspires her to shake things up around the office. Meanwhile, Victory has a problem with the downsizing of her company to just one employee: herself. She, however, is highly intrigued by her new man, Joe Bennett, who turns out to be a very different person than the one she thought.
3 "Chapter Three: Pink Poison" February 21, 2008 (2008-02-21) 103
Wendy's rival, Janice Lasher, makes Wendy look badly as a mother whilst preparing to release her new book. Wendy tries to proves the claims incorrect by bringing her daughter to a "Women in Media" luncheon. Nico tries to cool her affair with Kirby. Victory introduces Mr. Joe Bennett to Wendy and Nico, which leads to a major shift in the direction of their relationship.
4 "Chapter Four: Bombay Highway" February 28, 2008 (2008-02-28) 104
Wendy sets her sight on a film set in India that she feels has great potential despite not it being an obvious money generator. Wendy decides to host an extravagant premiere party and gives Victory a chance to design for the star actress. Meanwhile, drama begins to unfold as Nico reveals to Wendy and Victory her secret affair with Kirby. The lawsuit heats up when Kirby decides that he wants to see it to the end. Nico is faced with a tough decision that could be her only way of keeping her life together. But at what expense?
5 "Chapter Five: Dressed to Kill" March 6, 2008 (2008-03-06) 105
Victory discovers that her work has been stolen by a competitive designer and must discover her work was snatched. Upon hearing that her old assistant, Reese, is involved in the scandal, Victory must decide if she believes Reese's story. Meanwhile, things heat up again between Nico and Kirby, but not without Nico first setting some ground rules. Nico helps Kirby get a job, but when she spots chemistry between Kirby and the lead actress, she cannot help but wonder how deep her feelings really are for him. Wendy and Shane watch Shane's old band play; Shane gets back on the stage. After Wendy realizes Shane talent she tries to pitch his demo for one of her upcoming films.
6 "Chapter Six: Take the High Road" March 13, 2008 (2008-03-13) 106
A big breakout project, involving J.K. Rowling, presents itself to Wendy, who tells Nico only after swearing her to secrecy. Later, Nico is grilled by Hector and she reveals Wendy's secret to him. Hector immediately assigns both Nico and Wendy to head to Scotland to force a meeting Rowling. Considering Shane's new job, Wendy is initially opposed to going, but Shane convinces her it would be best to go. Nico, unaware that Wendy will make the Scotland trip, invites Kirby, setting up an interesting trip. Meanwhile, Victory is enjoying her newfound investor and thoroughly enjoying the man's willingness to fund all of her ideas. She grows suspicious and gets to the bottom of the situation, finding to her surprise that it is actually Joe who is funding her company.
7 "Chapter Seven: Carpe Threesome" March 20, 2008 (2008-03-20) 107
Wendy, dealing with a very difficult scriptwriter, Lorraine Lippman, who cannot write an ending to her film, makes a bold move and orders production forward. Lorraine is left to finalise the script on schedule. Nico, still caught up in her dual, faces a harsh reality when she receives news that Charles has suffered a heart attack. The scare makes her realise how much she misses her marriage and she brings her life back into perspective.The episode also brings forth the affair of Charles with one of his student. Elsewhere, Victory is getting used to the idea of Joe Bennett as her boss instead of her boyfriend. Hockey superstar Chris "Parks" Parker and his wife grow very fond of Victory. The relationship heats up, which puts Victory in a very compromising position.

Season 2: 2008-2009[edit]

No. Title Original air date Production
code
8 "Chapter Eight: Pandora's Box" September 24, 2008 (2008-09-24) 201
Nico is haunted by her infidelity when Charles gives her a photograph that Kirby took of her during her affair. Overcome with guilt, she debates whether she should tell Charles the truth, finally deciding to take extreme measures to save her marriage. After discovering her underage daughter Maddie at a bar, Wendy decides to cut back on her hours at the office to spend more time at home. Wendy's transition into domestic life is not easy, especially when her opinionated mother unexpectedly comes to the city for a visit. Victory finds it difficult to avoid Joe who is desperate to get her back. Trying to move on from their personal relationship, she hires a publicist Dahlia Morales to help brand her business and find a retail space.
9 "Chapter Nine: Help!" October 1, 2008 (2008-10-01) 202
Nico tries to adjust to her new life as a widow, but the appearance of Megan, her husband's former student and secret lover, only makes the road rockier. Victory, on the other hand, begins renovations on her new store and meets a handsome contractor named Rodrigo who piques her interest. Wendy is caught in a predicament when she learns her latest film is in jeopardy after its star, who is also her friend, trusts her with a secret.
10 "Chapter Ten: Let It Be" October 8, 2008 (2008-10-08) 203
Nico has a lot on her mind as she butts heads with the new CEO, Griffin Bell, and Kirby complicates matters when he insists on taking their relationship out in public. Meanwhile, things are heating up quickly for Victory and her new contractor Rodrigo, but problems arise when Joe constantly interrupts her new relationship. Later, Victory gets a surprise when Rodrigo shares that he has another woman in his life. Elsewhere, Wendy is consumed by her new John Lennon project, which begins to affect her personal and professional life.
11 "Chapter Eleven: The F-Word" October 22, 2008 (2008-10-22) 204
Victory plans to meet Rodrigo's daughter, against Dahlia's advice. Nico asks Kirby to escort her to a glitzy event but her past keeps coming back to haunt her. After she is fired, Wendy focuses all of her energy on her home life, to Maddie's dismay.
12 "Chapter Twelve: Scary, Scary Night!" October 29, 2008 (2008-10-29) 205
Victory has a disturbing dream about Joe that she tries to interpret. Nico makes expensive plans for Christmas with Kirby but he refuses to let her pay for him. Shane leaves for a business trip without saying goodbye to Wendy and she seeks solace from her friend, Dennis.
13 "Chapter Thirteen: The Lyin', The Bitch and The Wardrobe" October 31, 2008 (2008-10-31) 206
Victory deals with her store opening and Dahlia's extravagant plans for the opening. Joe has worries where his relationship with Victory is concerned and makes a decision. Wendy heads back to Parador Pictures to pitch a new movie, but the new VP puts a damper on her mood. Nico runs into Megan with her new baby and instantly bonds with him.
14 "Chapter Fourteen: Let the Games Begin" November 7, 2008 (2008-11-07) 207
Nico is introduced to Kirby's mother. Victory's latest project calls for input from Joe, who has been avoiding her. Wendy's jealousy is tweaked when Shane signs on with a new manager.
15 "Chapter Fifteen: The Sisterhood of the Traveling Prada" November 14, 2008 (2008-11-14) 208
Wendy walks in on Nico and Griffin having an enjoyable lunch together, which leads to tension and a sense of betrayal between the friends. The two must put their problems aside when they find that Victory is a mess after she learns that Joe was ready to propose to her.
16 "Chapter Sixteen: Thanksgiving" November 21, 2008 (2008-11-21) 209
Wendy rushes to plan and prepare a big locavore Thanksgiving dinner where all the ingredients used are local. Times get a bit more hectic when her judgmental mother Joyce, her newly single successor Sal and Shane's distraught manager Josie all arrive for the festivities. Nico plans the perfect Thanksgiving with Kirby but a last minute request from Megan leaves baby Charlie in the inexperienced couple's hands.
17 "Chapter Seventeen: Bye, Bye Baby" December 5, 2008 (2008-12-05) 210
Victory tries to land a new multi-million dollar client and at the same time Nico and Kirby adjust to life with their new baby. In doing so they find themselves at a crossroads in their relationship. Meanwhile, when an arrogant movie producer tries to take her dream project from her, Wendy is finding it increasingly difficult to get the project off the ground.
18 "Chapter Eighteen: Indecent Exposure" December 12, 2008 (2008-12-12) 211
Victory has to decide whether or not to shed her clothing for her brand's new ad campaign and learns a bit more about herself and her affections for Joe Bennett. An emotionally vulnerable Nico is riding a hormonal rollercoaster from fertility treatments and forms an unlikely bond with Griffin.
19 "Chapter Nineteen: Lovers' Leaps" January 2, 2009 (2009-01-02) 212
Wendy finds out that Shane is still considering going on tour with Natasha Bedingfield, which puts a strain on their marriage. Nico's quest for parenthood takes a detour when a "New Media" executive challenges her sovereignty.
20 "Chapter Twenty: La Vie En Pose" January 9, 2009 (2009-01-09) 213
Wendy makes a daring bid on a highly sought after film but loses to a corporation. Maddie goes off the rails in Shane's absence and accuses Wendy of driving Shane away, but the two eventually make up. Nico asks Dahlia to help boost her professional status and lands her a guest appearance on the Today Show with Kathie Lee and Hoda Kotb. However, Kathie and Hoda puts Nico on the spot by discussing Nico's relationship with Kirby on national television. Nico makes an honest and heartfelt speech about what Kirby meant to her, which Kirby sees. He shows up at Nico's apartment and tells her that he's willing to do whatever it takes to be with her. Victory's parents come to town for Victory and Joe's engagement party. Despite being low on finances, Joe splurges on Victory's parent. Victory's dad doesn't approve of Joe, and refuses to give his blessing. Joe repairs the strain by finding a compromise. The episode ends with a montage of the three girls being there for each other throughout the series.

Music[edit]

See List of Lipstick Jungle music

U.S. Nielsen Ratings[edit]

Weekly ratings
# Episode Air Date Timeslot Rating Share 18–49 (Rating/Share) Viewers (m) Rank
(Timeslot)
Rank
(Night)
Rank
(Overall)
1 "Pilot" February 7, 2008 Thursday, 10:00 pm 5.3 9 2.9/8 7.54 3 7 41[15]
2 "Chapter Two: Nothing Sacred" February 14, 2008 4.2 7 2.5/7 6.00 3 8 60
3 "Chapter Three: Pink Poison" February 21, 2008 4.0 7 2.4/6 5.72 3 9 N/A
4 "Chapter Four: Bombay Highway" February 28, 2008 4.0 7 2.4/6 5.72 3 9 N/A
5 "Chapter Five: Dressed to Kill" March 6, 2008 4.2 7 2.3/6 5.82 3 9 60
6 "Chapter Six: Take the High Road" March 13, 2008 4.0 7 2.4/7 5.56 3 9 62
7 "Chapter Seven: Carpe Threesome" March 20, 2008 5.0 9 2.6/7 6.95 2 5 39
8 "Chapter Eight: Pandora's Box" September 24, 2008 Wednesday, 10:00 pm 2.3 6.08 3
9 "Chapter Nine: Help!" October 1, 2008 1.9/5 5.31 3
10 "Chapter Ten: Let It Be" October 8, 2008 1.9 4.76 3
11 "Chapter Eleven: The F-Word" October 22, 2008 1.6/4 4.19
12 "Chapter Twelve: Scary, Scary Night!" October 29, 2008 1.9/5 4.90
13 "Chapter Thirteen: The Lyin', The Bitch and The Wardrobe" October 31, 2008 Friday,
10:00 pm
0.9/3 3.2
14 "Chapter Fourteen: Let the Games Begin" November 7, 2008 1.2/4 3.3
15 "Chapter Fifteen: The Sisterhood of the Traveling Prada" November 14, 2008 1.4/4 3.6
16 "Chapter Sixteen: Thanksgiving" November 21, 2008 1.1/3 3.3
17 "Chapter Seventeen: Bye, Bye Baby" December 5, 2008 Friday, 9:00 pm 1.3/3 3.6
18 "Chapter Eighteen: Indecent Exposure" December 12, 2008 1.1/3 3.74
19 "Chapter Nineteen: Lovers' Leap" January 2, 2009 1.3/4 4.3 4 9 N/A
20 "Chapter Twenty: La Vie en Pose" Last episode of Lipstick jungle January 9, 2009 1.4/4 4.1 3 9 N/A

UK Ratings[edit]

Below is a table of ratings for UK digital channel Living TV, the network showing Lipstick Jungle.

Season 1[edit]

Season 1 of Lipstick Jungle began airing on September 22, 2008 on Mondays at 10 pm, following one of Living's most popular US imports America's Next Top Model. The network soon brought in a name for their Monday night schedule, 'I Heart NY Mondays', as both shows are set in New York.

Weekly ratings
# Episode Air Date Timeslot Viewers[16] Weekly Rank
for Living[16]
1 "Pilot" September 22, 2008 Monday, 10:00 pm 238,000 4
2 "Chapter Two: Nothing Sacred" September 29, 2008 139,000 7
3 "Chapter Three: Pink Poison" October 6, 2008 TBC TBC
4 "Chapter Four: Bombay Highway" October 13, 2008 183,000 5
5 "Chapter Five: Dressed to Kill" October 20, 2008 214,000 8
6 "Chapter Six: Take the High Road" October 27, 2008 TBC TBC
7 "Chapter Seven: Carpe Threesome" November 3, 2008 178,000 6

Season 2[edit]

The second season of the show began airing immediately after the first run's seven episodes had finished.

Weekly ratings
# Episode Air Date Timeslot Viewers[16] Weekly Rank
for Living[16]
1 "Chapter Eight: Pandora's Box" November 10, 2008 Monday, 10:00 pm 217,000 4
2 "Chapter Nine: Help!" November 17, 2008 193,000 4
3 "Chapter Ten: Let It Be" November 24, 2008 142,000 5
4 "Chapter Eleven: The F-Word" December 1, 2008 196,000 3
5 "Chapter Twelve: Scary, Scary Night!" December 8, 2008 TBC TBC
6 "Chapter Thirteen: The Lyin', The Bitch and The Wardrobe" December 15, 2008 TBC TBC
7 "Chapter Fourteen: Let the Games Begin" December 22, 2008 TBC TBC
8 "Chapter Fifteen: The Sisterhood of the Traveling Prada" December 29, 2008 178,000 3
9 "Chapter Sixteen: Thanksgiving" January 5, 2009 215,000 8
10 "Chapter Seventeen: Bye, bye baby" January 12, 2009
11 "Chapter Eighteen: Indecent Exposure" January 19, 2009 160,000 7
12 "Chapter Nineteen: Lovers' Leap" January 26, 2009 142,000 9
13 "Chapter Twenty: La Vie en Pose" February 2, 2009

Merchandise[edit]

DVD releases[edit]

Title Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
Season 1 May 27, 2008 December 26, 2008[17] September 17, 2008[18]
Season 2 May 5, 2009[19] June 29, 2009[20]
Complete October 13, 2011[21] September 30, 2009[22]

International distribution[edit]

The series was broadcast on Living in the UK,[23] TG4 in the Republic of Ireland, Domashniy in Russia,[24] and 7 Network in Australia.[25][26] CTV Television Network aired the show in Canada,[27] and broadcast by TV3 in New Zealand.[28]

Country TV Network(s) Series Premiere Weekly schedule (local time)
 Australia Seven Network June 29, 2008/May 5, 2009 (Season 2) Tuesday 10:30 pm
 Austria ORF 1 September 21, 2009 Monday 9.55 pm
 Brazil Rede Record December 8, 2010 Thursday 00.30 am
 United Kingdom Living TV September 22, 2008 Monday 10.00 pm
 Hungary TV2 (Hungary) January 28, 2009 Friday 9.00 pm
 Hong Kong Star World May 30, 2009 Saturday 10.00 pm
 Israel Yes Stars Drama 2008 Sunday 09.45 pm
 Bulgaria Nova Television December 27, 2008 Season 1 – Saturday and Sunday 3.00 pm
Season 2 – Monday to Friday 10.00 pm
 Germany ProSieben September 16, 2009 Wednesday 8.15 pm
Wednesday 9.15 pm
 Canada Cosmopolitan TV October 3, 2009 Saturday 10.30 pm
 Greece Alter Channel October 16, 2009 Wednesday 10.05 pm
 Italy Fox Life February, 2009 Thursday 9.00 pm
 Ireland TG4 October 6, 2008 Monday 10.30 pm
 Latvia TV3 Latvia, TV3+ Latvia January 5, 2009 Monday 11:05 pm
 Lithuania TV3 December 29, 2008 (Both seasons) Monday 10.00 pm
 Macedonia Sitel February 8, 2012 Monday to Friday 23:15
 Netherlands RTL 5 September 22, 2008 Monday 8.30 pm
 New Zealand TV3 October 21, 2008 Tuesday 9.30 pm
 Poland TVP1 November 23, 2008 Sunday 8.15 pm
 Portugal RTP2 September 12, 2008 Friday 10.40 pm
 Slovenia POP TV September 8, 2008 Monday 9.40 pm
 Serbia Fox Life
Prva Plus
May 24, 2011
June 2, 2014
Tuesday 21:10
Monday to Friday 16:30
 Turkey DiziMax July 31, 2008 Thursday 9.00 pm
 Chile Fox Latin America
Mega
June 22, 2008
December 2008
Tuesday 10.00 pm
Sundays 0.00 am
 Venezuela Globovisión September 2, 2008 Tuesday 8.00 pm (HK/SIN)
Tuesday 7.00 pm (THAI/WIB)
 Norway Canal +
TV3
September 27, 2008
August 3, 2009
Saturday 10.00 pm
Monday 09.30 pm
 Sweden TV 3 Monday 8.00 pm
 Brazil Fox
Rede Record
August 25, 2008
January 7, 2010
Thursday 10.00 pm
Thursday 00.30 am
 Finland MTV3 January 13, 2009/August 25, 2009 (Season 2) Tuesday 09:00 pm
 Spain Fox
Divinity
2008
2011
Tuesday 10.20 pm
Monday 10.00 pm
 South Africa SABC3 Mondays – Wednesday 9.00 pm
 Hungary TV2 February 3, 2009 Tuesday 10.20 pm
 Puerto Rico WKAQ-TV 2009 Saturday 10.00 pm
 Estonia TV3 January 16, 2009 Wednesday 8.50 pm
 Mexico Fox Canal 5 2009, Present Thursday 10.00 pm, Monday to Friday 3:00 am
 Russia Domashniy August 3, 2009 Monday – Friday 10.00 pm
 Czech Republic TV Prima January 11, 2010 Wednesday, 22:00
The Middle East ShowSeries (part of Showtime Arabia Cable Network) India 2009
 Indonesia Trans 7 2010 Sunday & Monday 2:30 pm
 Belgium VIJFtv November 13, 2010 Friday 7:50 pm
  Switzerland RSI La 2 May 24, 2011 Tuesday 21:10
 Georgia Rustavi 2 February 19, 2012 Saturday-Sunday 17:00 (2nd Season)
 Croatia RTL Televizija July 16, 2012 (Both seasons) Monday to Thursday 20:00

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