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The Client List (TV series)

The Client List is an American television drama series based on the 2010 television film of the same name, which aired on the Lifetime network.[2] The series stars Jennifer Love Hewitt, who starred in the film,[3] though she plays a different character in a premise that is slightly different from the film. The series premiered on Sunday, April 8, 2012.[4]

The Client List
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Created bySuzanne Martin
Developed byJordan Budde
StarringJennifer Love Hewitt
Loretta Devine
Colin Egglesfield
Rebecca Field
Naturi Naughton
Alicia Lagano
Kathleen York
Brian Hallisay
Laura-Leigh
Cybill Shepherd
Composer(s)Pieter A. Schlosser
David Baerwald
Evan Frankfort
Marc Dauer
Liz Phair
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes25 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)Jennifer Love Hewitt
Dannielle Thomas
Howard Braunstein
Michael Jaffe
AJ Rinella
Jordan Budde
John Tinker
John Strauss
Ed Decter
Efrem Seeger
Michael Reisz
Dannielle Thomas
Producer(s)Barbara Nance
CinematographyJames Chressanthis
Nancy Schreiber
Editor(s)David Crabtree
Geoffrey Rowland
Kaja Fehr
Regis Kimble
Pattye Rogers
Running time41–43 minutes[1]
Production company(s)Fedora Films
Jaffe-Braunstein Entertainment
Sony Pictures Television
ITV Studios America
DistributorSony Pictures Television
Release
Original networkLifetime
Original releaseApril 8, 2012 (2012-04-08) – June 16, 2013 (2013-06-16)
External links
Website

Lifetime ordered an initial 10 episodes for the first season[5] and on May 7, 2012, renewed the series for a second season of 15 episodes to air March 10, 2013.[6] On November 1, 2013, Lifetime cancelled the series after two seasons.[7][8] It began streaming on demand on Netflix in Canada in 2017.[9]

Contents

PremiseEdit

The series follows Riley Parks (Jennifer Love Hewitt), who, after her husband abandons her and their children, leaving her in financial debt, accepts work at a day spa in her small Texas town, but refuses when she learns that for some clients the masseuses provide more than massages. But pressed to support her children, she relents and earns extra money through unspecified erotic services. As she deals with her children, her mother, her friends, the girls at the spa, and various men who want to romance her, Riley tries to keep her work in an erotic limbo a secret.[10]

Cast and charactersEdit

Main castEdit

  • Jennifer Love Hewitt as Riley Parks (née Campbell), the main character whose husband leaves her during a financial crisis when they risk losing their house to foreclosure. Riley is hired at The Rub as a massage therapist and soon realizes the only way to make enough money to catch up financially is to give "extras" to some of the clients. Although hesitant at first, she soon accepts this as a way to save their house and provide for her family. She has a supportive brother-in-law, Evan, who is always looking after her children when she is out and is a close friend to her. Riley and Evan soon develop a relationship, which upsets Riley's husband, Kyle, when he returns later in the series. Riley's best friend Lacey tells her that Kyle planned on leaving her after Lacey finds out the truth about the job's extra services.
  • Cybill Shepherd as Lynette Montgomery,[11] Riley's mother who works at a hair salon and has been married many times. She tries to look out for Riley's and her grandchildren's best interests.
  • Loretta Devine as Georgia Cummings-Clemens,[12] the former owner of the massage parlor, The Rub, in Sugar Land.
  • Colin Egglesfield as Evan Parks,[13] Riley's brother-in-law, her husband's brother, who also harbors secret feelings for her.
  • Rebecca Field as Lacey Jean Locklin,[14] Riley's best friend since childhood who has discovered the truth about what Riley and most of the other massage therapists do and wants her to quit.
  • Alicia Lagano as Selena Ramos,[15] a masseuse at the parlor, who often offers "extra services" to her clients. Selena also recommended the masseuse job to Riley. She is shown to be jealous of Riley's relationship with Georgia, who gives her extra responsibilities at the shop, and later becomes her boss. She and Evan had a brief romance, but it did not last.
  • Brian Hallisay as Kyle Parks (recurring role, season 1; main role, season 2), Riley's husband and Evan's brother, who ran away from his family. He is arrested for stealing copper wire and wants Riley back. She hires a defense attorney for him solely because he is the father of her children.
  • Naturi Naughton as Kendra (season 1),[16] a hard-working masseuse at the parlor. Kendra quit The Rub along with Jolene in the beginning of the second season.
  • Kathleen York as Jolene (season 1),[17] another masseuse working at the parlor, who does not give "extras". She only gives "straight" massages. Jolene quit The Rub along with Kendra in the beginning of the second season.
  • Laura-Leigh as Nikki Shannon (season 2), the newly hired masseuse at The Rub.

Recurring castEdit

  • Tyler Champagne as Travis Parks, Kyle and Riley's son
  • Cassidy Guetersloh as Katie Parks, Kyle and Riley's daughter
  • Greg Grunberg as Dale Locklin, Lacey's husband
  • Elisabeth Röhm as Taylor Berkhalter,[18] a woman who continually competes with Riley and ends up buying the hair salon where Lynette and Lacey both work.
  • Bart Johnson as Beau Berkhalter, Taylor's husband, who later cheated on her.
  • Rob Mayes as Derek Malloy (season 2), a masseur working at the parlor, who has sexual relations with Selena.
  • T.V. Carpio as Shelby Prince (season 2), a fellow police officer who met Evan at the police academy, later becoming his girlfriend.
  • Michael Beach as Harold Clemens (season 2), Georgia's boyfriend and later husband.
  • Brian Howe as Judge Overton (season 2), one of the names on the client list, working on the inside with Riley.
  • Marco Sanchez as Graham Sandoval (season 2), Kyle's attorney.
  • Johnathon Schaech as Greg Carlyle (season 2), a strip club owner that Nikki used to work for, before becoming a masseuse.
  • Tammy Townsend as Karina Lake (season 2)
  • Sunny Mabrey as Lisa Munsey (season 2)
  • Michelle Faraone as Michelle (season 2)
  • Desi Lydic as Dee Ann (season 1), a masseuse working at the parlor.
  • Brian Kerwin as Garrett (season 1), Lynette's ex-boyfriend, whom Lynette almost considered marrying.
  • Jon Prescott as Dr. Mark Flemming (season 1), a single-father widower who asked Riley on a date.

ProductionEdit

DevelopmentEdit

The show is based around Lifetime's 2010 television film of the same name, with Jennifer Love Hewitt reprising the lead role. The series, however, is a re-imagining of the film and is not a direct continuation of the film's storyline.[2] The most notable change is that the husband of Hewitt's character abandons his family in the television series before she becomes involved in prostitution, whereas in the film he leaves with their children after the scandal is exposed.

The pilot was written by Jordan Budde, and the film's producers all executive-produced the series alongside Hewitt.[5] Budde got the job because Suzanne Martin was busy working on Hot in Cleveland at the time. Upon being given the assignment Budde watched the original movie and felt that the story had ended and also that it was "super depressing" instead he decided to reimagine the show and pitched it that way to Lifetime who accepted.[19] At one point the network toyed with the idea of calling the show "The Rub" and have no connection to the original movie although they eventually decided against this.[19]

Early on Hewitt was involved in the casting of her masseuse clients, although as the show went on she dialed back her involvement in this. This, in part, led to a complaints that "the guys were all so good looking". Later the team tried to cast "more real guys" although by this point the network refused, insisting on "hot guys".[19]

Three promotional materials were filmed in October 2011[20] and released before the series premiered.[21] The first of these materials, released on January 26, 2012, featured Hewitt performing Shirley Bassey's "Big Spender" in a music video-style advert, in reference to the true nature of the work at the massage parlor.[22] The video received much interest from the media due to Hewitt's risqué role, who noted that "based on this new promo, the show is going to be seriously hot."[23][24]

Filming and premiereEdit

Season 1 consists of 10 episodes. The series began filming on January 17, 2012.[25] Filming of Season 1 ended on May 2, 2012.[26] Season 1 premiered on April 8, 2012 and ended on June 17, 2012.[27]

Filming for the second season began on November 1, 2012.[28] Filming of Season 2 ended on April 18, 2013.[29] The season 2 premiered on March 10, 2013 and ended on June 16, 2013.

EpisodesEdit

Series overviewEdit

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 10 April 8, 2012 (2012-04-08) June 17, 2012 (2012-06-17)
2 15 March 10, 2013 (2013-03-10) June 16, 2013 (2013-06-16)

Season 1 (2012)Edit

No. in
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No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(million)
11"The Rub of Sugarland"Wendey StanzlerJordan BuddeApril 8, 2012 (2012-04-08)2.79[30]
Riley Parks, a single mom from Texas, is left alone with her children after her husband Kyle abruptly leaves. In financial trouble and desperate for a job, Riley gets hired at a massage parlor called The Rub. It's not long before she discovers that The Rub has a client list concerning men who expect "extras". Faced with a tough decision, she decides that in order to protect her family, she must do what she has to do. Soon, Riley realizes that the job comes with many secrets and much danger; which is a risk she is going to have to take.
22"Turn the Page"Allan ArkushBarbara NanceApril 15, 2012 (2012-04-15)2.85[31]
Riley finds the phone number of a woman from Kyle's past and begins to investigate her with the help of Lacey. At the massage parlor, Riley meets an interesting client nicknamed The Camel. Meanwhile, Georgia takes all the girls out for drinks, where Riley discovers the fun side of her new job. Also, Lynette begins a romance with someone from church. Riley finds out her husband didn't cheat on her with the woman from his past, but learns something new about his addiction to painkillers.
33"Tough Love"John BehringLaurie ArentApril 22, 2012 (2012-04-22)2.75[32]
Riley's work and family lives become too much to handle. Riley bails on a client twice. Katie gets in trouble in school for swearing, after a boy teases about her father. Georgia promotes Riley to the manager position, which causes a rift between Riley and Selena. Riley learns from Evan that Kyle is somewhere in Mexico. Lynette introduces her new boyfriend Garrett to the family.
44"Ring True"Patrick NorrisEfrem SeegerApril 29, 2012 (2012-04-29)2.41[33]
Riley unintentionally gives "extra service" to a good friend of Kendra's fiance. Kendra, who has not told her fiance about what really goes on at her job, fears that it will ruin her relationship. Riley also aids Kendra in preventing the truth from coming out. Riley pleases her friends and family, by going to a party since Kyle left town.
55"Try, Try Again"Timothy BusfieldDawn DeKeyserMay 6, 2012 (2012-05-06)2.51[34]
Riley goes on her first date since Kyle left town, with a client she met. Riley begins to worry about Lynette's blossoming relationship with Garrett, after Garrett asks for Riley's blessing for Lynette's hand in marriage. Jolene reunites with her teenage son, who she gave up for adoption when she was a young struggling mother.
66"The Cold Hard Truth"Norman BuckleyMarc HalseyMay 13, 2012 (2012-05-13)2.27[35]
Georgia is worried that the police will raid the parlor. Lacey finds out about what Riley really has been doing at the parlor and does not take the news well.
77"Life of Riley"Bethany RooneyJohn TinkerMay 20, 2012 (2012-05-20)2.55[36]
Riley helps a client overcome his fear of speaking to women. Riley finds out that Lacey did not tell her that Kyle planned on leaving her. Riley and Selena's rivalry continues, when Riley learns that Evan has been dating Selena.
88"Games People Play"Patrick NorrisLaurie ArentJune 3, 2012 (2012-06-03)2.10[37]
Selena runs into Evan at a lunch spot, and also get unwanted attention from a former client, who call her a whore in front of Evan. Causing him to punch him in the face and defend Selena name.Riley gets involved with a rodeo cowboy's romantic life. Riley and Selena clash over Selena's relationship with Evan. Riley offers to help Lynette out-bid Taylor for ownership of the salon.
99"Acting Up"Wendey StanzlerHollie OvertonJune 10, 2012 (2012-06-10)2.19[38]
Riley goes on her first date with Mark. Dee Ann's relationship with a councilman gets her in hot water with Georgia; she is then fired. Katie runs away while Riley is on her date. Once Riley and Evan find her, they share a kiss. Kyle returns home.
1010"Past Is Prologue"Jennifer Love HewittStory by: Jennifer Love Hewitt & Barbara Nance
Teleplay by: Barbara Nance
June 17, 2012 (2012-06-17)2.73[39]
Kyle returns home, but his homecoming is anything but warm. Georgia goes on vacation and leaves Riley in charge of the parlor, which doesn't sit well with Selena. Riley re-hires Dee Ann. An elderly client dies under the care of Riley. A corrupt police officer continues to put pressure on Riley.

Season 2 (2013)Edit

On May 7, 2012, Lifetime renewed the series for a second season of 15 episodes. Filming for the season began on November 1, 2012,[40] and it premiered on March 10, 2013.[41]

No. in
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No. in
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Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(million)
111"'Till I Make it On My Own"Allan ArkushStory by: Ed Decter
Teleplay by: Natalie Chaidez
March 10, 2013 (2013-03-10)2.21[42]
In the middle of their argument the police arrive, Riley apologizes thinking that she is the one that is going to get arrested, only for the police to arrest Kyle. Georgia comes back to the spa after she hears about Kyle and find that Kendra and Jolene quit, forcing Selena and Riley to work together so they don't lose clients; Riley finds it hard to find time for her and Evan. While she tries to get Kyle out of jail, she finds out that he stole a truck that was traveling with copper, and the only way for Kyle to get out of jail is to give up his partner in crime, but he won't do it. Riley goes to Georgia with the idea of having Riley own The Rub so that Georgia can keep her new man, and she can still help out if the girls need her; Georgia finds that there is a search warrant for The Rub and that the police are looking at Riley. Kyle promises his attorney that he has something worth more to the police than his partner; while Kyle and Evan fight over the fact that Evan and Riley are growing closer.
122"Who's Cheatin' Who?"Andy WolkNatalie ChaidezMarch 17, 2013 (2013-03-17)2.08[43]
Riley is overwhelmed with the amount of massages she's giving per day, so she decides to hire another massuese. She ends up hiring an ex-stripper community college student in need of money for tuition. Georgia becomes manager at her boyfriend's bar and insists Riley make her first payment to her in a check. Riley learns that Kyle's bail hearing was moved up and was set at $7,500. At home, suddenly Georgia calls and tells Riley to make sure the client list is "good and hidden". Riley quickly reacts, but when the police show up they are looking for money. That night, one of Kyle's buddies from prison shows up at her house and hands her a bag full of $100 bills. Later, the police turn up at the spa and want to search. Riley demands a search warrant they don't have and they leave. Afterwards, Riley takes the bag of cash to the construction site to try and bargain Kyle's way out of jail. The man accepts the money but refuses to drop charges. Nervous because the feds are around, Riley drives to the middle of nowhere and buries the client list in the ground. The next morning while she and Evan are trying to spend quality time together, the police show up once more and inform her that her mother has been in an accident.
133"Cowboy Up"Rick WallaceHollie OvertonMarch 24, 2013 (2013-03-24)2.00[44]
With both Riley and Evan finding themselves burdened by Kyle's actions, Evan accepts a perilous job in order to help Riley financially. Meanwhile, Linette has a car accident and, at the spa, Riley tries to please a veteran client and hires a male masseur.
144"My Main Trial Is Yet to Come"Timothy BusfieldMichael ReiszMarch 31, 2013 (2013-03-31)1.85[45]
At the spa, Riley is surprised at what a client asks for and Selena is suspicious of one of the new girls. Meanwhile, Riley learns that Derek is not all that he seems and struggles to make any alone-time for her and Evan.
155"Hell on Heels"Jonathan KaplanTawnya Bhattacharya & Ali LaventholApril 7, 2013 (2013-04-07)2.19[46]
At the spa, Riley discovers that her new client is an 18-year-old virgin and the locker room becomes the venue for uncomfortable situations between Derek and Selena. Meanwhile at home, Evan offers to take Travis to visit his dad and Linette encourages Katie to enter a pageant. Also, frustrated that she is still not pregnant, Lacey convinces Dale decide to see a fertility specialist.
166"Unanswered Prayers"Allan ArkushShaina FewellApril 14, 2013 (2013-04-14)1.96[47]
While Riley works on Kyle's defense, Evan continues his police academy training and Lacey becomes suspicious of Dale, who's band is rocking out with a girl named Honey (Skyler Day). Meanwhile at the spa, Derek gets teased by Selena his frequent client.
177"I Ain't Broke But I'm Badly Bent"Jennifer Love HewittNatalie ChaidezApril 21, 2013 (2013-04-21)2.11[48]
At the spa, Riley forms a close bond with a client and the girls have to get creative when there is a power outage. Meanwhile, Riley is shocked when, after fighting with an inmate, Kyle loses his visitation privileges and Lacey and Georgia organise a baby shower for Dale's sister. Riley is offered $50,000 to sleep with a client.
188"Heaven's Just a Sin Away"Debbie AllenNikki SchiefelbeinApril 28, 2013 (2013-04-28)2.39[49]
While Kyle prepares to testify against his former employer, Riley and Lacey go to church with Georgia and Harold and Evan goes on his first date with Shelby. Meanwhile at the spa, Derek receives a warning from Selena about his client.
199"Save A Horse, Ride A Cowboy"Norman BuckleyWendy Straker HauserMay 5, 2013 (2013-05-05)2.11[50]
Kyle tries best to work his way back into Riley and his kids' lives. Selena fights her ex-husband over custody of a horse.
2010"What Part of No"John WhitesellMichael ReiszMay 12, 2013 (2013-05-12)1.79[51]
Lacey is attacked at Riley's house by someone that Riley believes was looking for the client list. Selena and Nikki fight over Derek.
2111"I Miss Back When"Timothy BusfieldShaina FewellMay 19, 2013 (2013-05-19)2.08[52]
Lacey copes with the aftermath of the break-in and her attack. Attempting to cheer her up, Riley convinces her to attend their high school reunion. When Taylor sees her soon to be ex-husband, Beau, moving on with another woman at the reunion, Taylor reacts causing Riley to intervene. Meanwhile at the Rub of Sugarland, Selena warns Derek that his client, Lisa wants to take their relationship to the next step, outside the spa. Evan tries to focus on his relationship with Shelby but his past with Riley keeps intruding. Linette struggles with rehab and leans on Kyle for support.
2212"When I Say I Do"Michael FieldsStory by: Sarah Wise
Teleplay by: Tawnya Bhattacharya & Ali Laventhol
June 2, 2013 (2013-06-02)2.12[53]
Georgia is having doubts hours before she's due to marry Harold. At the wedding, Selena seems to have finally warmed up to the possibility of a serious relationship with Derek. Kyle continues to impress Riley and finally succeeds in persuading Riley to allow him back into the house. Dale proposes to Lacey again at the ball diamond to cheer her up after her miscarriage. Meanwhile, Evan is involved in police raids of massage parlors in the area. A Russian prostitute is arrested and admits to working for Carlyle. Riley is worried that "The Rub" might be next after she hears about the raids on the radio.
2313"Whatever It Takes"Andy WolkHollie OvertonJune 9, 2013 (2013-06-09)1.95[54]
Kyle moves back in with Riley and the kids. Derek and Selena are officially together. Dale and Lacey are looking into adoption. Riley tries to drum up some more "legitimate" clients for The Rub as a back up plan now that Riley and Kyle are in a better place. She sets up a free massage promotion at a local golf tournament. Travis lies to Kyle to get him to agree to host Travis' team sleep-over at the house. Dale and Lacey walk in on Kyle and Riley arguing over the sleep-over arrangements, so Lacey volunteers herself and Dale to help with the sleep-over in order to defuse the situation. Riley finds out at the golf tournament that Judge Overton is the head of the prostitution busting task force Evan's on and she accosts the Judge over it in the massage chair. Later that evening Riley gets a call from her security company that The Rub has been breached. Riley and Derek check it out and find that Riley's office has been ransacked but nothing appears to be taken. Riley heads to the ranch to check on the client list and discovers it's missing from the box. Nikki confronts Carlyle about trashing Riley's office. He rebuffs her, telling her he had her followed and knows she didn't go to The Rub like she said she had. Carlyle hits Nikki and demands her to leave. Kyle finds out from his lawyer that Vandermeyer put in a plea so Kyle doesn't have to testify.
2414"What Kind of Fool Do You Think I Am"Jennifer Love HewittNikki SchiefelbeinJune 16, 2013 (2013-06-16)1.90[55]
With the Client List missing, Riley begins preparing for the worst by making a video for her kids and cleaning out her personal and business' bank accounts. Riley stresses over the missing Client List. As she tries to think of who may have taken the list, she is confronted by Judge Overton who is upset over a threat he received from The Rub. Riley then believes the threat came from Nikki since she was connected to Carlyle, who had been after the Client List. Before she can confront Nikki about the list, Evan and detective Monroe show up to bring Nikki in for questioning since the task force is moving in on Carlyle's establishments. Meanwhile, Dale and Lacey are candidates in adopting a child. Riley goes to the police station to find out that Nikki was connected to Carlyle. She later confronts Nikki and Nikki says she has it. She goes to retrieve the list but finds a note that says Carlyle has it. Riley goes into a panic and begins trying to come up with a plan. Riley ends up at the hospital where Dale and Lacey are because they were chosen as a child's adoptive parents. Carlyle corners here when she leaves and tells her that she better have an exit strategy. She goes home and is confronted by Kyle who Evan told Riley was connected to Nikki and Carlyle. Feeling overwhelmed she runs into the street as it's raining as Evan almost runs into her.
2515"Wild Nights are Calling"Allan ArkushStory by: Ed Decter
Teleplay by: Michael Reisz
June 16, 2013 (2013-06-16)2.09[55]
With the prostitution task force closing in, Riley struggles to shield her family from a vengeful competitor and protect her employees and customers from being arrested.

ControversyEdit

The Client List was the subject of a nationwide campaign by licensed massage therapists to stop the show before it aired. The group, "Massage Therapists Against The Client List", asserts that:

The Client List is a series that perpetuates the misconception that Massage Therapy includes inappropriate sexual contact. Massage Therapists are trained healthcare professionals and in most states are licensed and regulated by state medical boards. They adhere to a code of ethics and in some cases are under higher ethical standards than other healthcare professionals – because of these very same misconceptions. Many therapists are now working in doctor's offices and hospitals and providing valuable therapeutic services. The Client List is a huge step backwards."[56]

A&E responded to the controversy with the following press release:

We appreciate your feedback concerning the new Lifetime Television series entitled, The Client List. For many years, Lifetime television has explored the complexity of women's lives and their stories through fiction and non-fiction movies, series and programs. The Client List is a fictionalized story about the experiences of a single mother as she unexpectedly faces dire economic circumstances. The series also features a broad range of characters with alternative points of view who make different choices. The Client List is not intended to depict any specific spa or massage entity, nor in any way demean or disparage the therapeutic massage profession and its benefits and contributions to the health and wellness industry.[57]

Renewal delay and show cancellationEdit

An expected third season renewal for the series was put on hold after the announcement of Jennifer Love Hewitt's pregnancy in June 2013. Hewitt reportedly wanted/insisted the real father of her child, co-star and fiancé Brian Hallisay, to also be the father of a fictional baby to be born by her character in the third season, while the show's executives and writers wanted Colin Egglesfield's character to be the father. Lifetime was undecided, which led to a renewal delay that lasted into October 2013.[58] Due to creative differences between Hewitt, Lifetime, Sony Pictures Television, and ITV Studios America, the show was officially canceled on November 1, 2013 after two seasons.[7][8]

RatingsEdit

The first season of The Client List, consisting of 10 episodes, was watched by an average of 2.51 million viewers per week.[59] The second season, consisting of 15 episodes, was watched by an average of 2.05 million viewers.[60]

Awards and nominationsEdit

Awards and nominations for The Client List
Year Award Category Recipients and nominees Outcome
2012 California on Location Awards[61] Assistant Location Manager of the Year – Television Eva M. Schroeder Won
2013 Young Artist Awards[62] Best Performance in a TV Series – Recurring Young Actor Ten and Under Tyler Champagne Nominated

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