Passion Cove

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Passion Cove
Passion cove-show.jpg
Genre Comedy
Erotic anthology drama
Written by Christopher Byrne
David Keith Miller
Karen O'Hara
John Quinn
Scarlett Rowe
Leland Zaitz
Directed by Robert Kubilos
Carlton McRae
Leland Price
John Quinn
Carrington Stark
Starring Caroline Ambrose
Jason Stark
Anthony Auriemma
Composer(s) John Boegehold
Chris Carlson
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 26
Production
Executive producer(s) Richard Bencivengo
John Quinn
Producer(s) Brian Glazen
Editor(s) Mo David
Ira Garden
Dan Tivin
Eric Torres
Cinematography Andrea V. Rossotto
Harris Done
Running time 28 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Cinemax
Original run March 3, 2000 (2000-03-03) – April 27, 2001 (2001-04-27)

Passion Cove is an erotic anthology drama series that aired from March 2000 to April 2001 on Cinemax.

Summary[edit]

In each episode guest stars rent the beach house in a fictional seaside resort Passion Cove, usually for a weekend and magically find love where they were looking for lust. The beach house has a back yard swimming pool and adjacent beach that provide continuity to the 26 episodes.

Series star Caroline Ambrose appears periodically as Samantha, the property's rental agent but plays no role in the individual stories

Episodes[edit]

Season 1[edit]

  1. "The Vibe" – March 3, 2000
  2. "In Too Deep" – March 10, 2000
  3. "Lights! Camera! Action!" – March 17, 2000
  4. "Blind Date" – March 24, 2000
  5. "Payday" – March 31, 2000
  6. "Behind the Scenes" – April 7, 2000
  7. "The Gift" – April 14, 2000
  8. "The Getaway" – April 21, 2000
  9. "Lost Cowboy" – April 28, 2000
  10. "Music of Lust" – May 5, 2000
  11. "Rising Stars" – May 12, 2000
  12. "Sorority Reunion" – May 19, 2000
  13. "Watching Linda" – May 26, 2000

Season 2[edit]

  1. "Ten Years Later" – February 2, 2001
  2. "Enchanted Weekend" – February 9, 2001
  3. "The Bet" – February 16, 2001
  4. "Practice What You Preach" – February 23, 2001
  5. "House Call" – March 2, 2001
  6. "Over By Sunday" – March 9, 2001
  7. "Where Have You Been All My Life?" – March 16, 2001
  8. "The Surrogate" – March 23, 2001
  9. "Silent Night" – March 30, 2001
  10. "Best Friends" – April 6, 2001
  11. "Ghostly Passion" – April 13, 2001
  12. "Discreet Affair" – April 20, 2001
  13. "The Best Revenge" – April 27, 2001

In popular culture[edit]

In the 2007 episode "Chuck Versus the Alma Mater" of the comedy spy programme Chuck, the possibility of playing Passion Cove on every TV in an electronics store is uttered as a threat.

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