- Summary: When their boss dies (Jason O'Mara) dies, best friends and ad executives Mason (Eric McCormack) and Conner (Tom Cavanagh), find their friendship becomes more uneasy in light of Mason's promotion.
- Genre(s): Drama, Health & Lifestyle
- Show Type: Ended
- Season 1 premiere date: Jan 26, 2009
- Episode Length: 60
- Air Time: 10:00 PM
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donniewFeb 24, 2009Love love love the show. give us a second season! best series on tnt.
GaryAMar 2, 2009Best show on TNT. A nice break from all the Cop drama. Better than Mad Men IMHO.
SteveWMar 17, 2009Show is incredible. Its an amazing show and keeps you on your feet. Addicted!
mathewiMar 16, 2009Great show both leads have great chemistry and are brilliant together.
tomeFeb 28, 2009The series is almost watchable with the glaring exception of Tom Cavanaugh's portrayal of Connor. In a word, he is TERRIBLE, completely unbelievable as the "rebel copywriter." He's too old and too whimpy. A few other characters are pros -e.g. the agency CEO. I tried FFing through Cavanaugh scenes but there are too many.… Collapse
MelWMar 1, 2009There was nothing positive about this show. It was long and drawn out.
PeachesCreamFeb 17, 2009This feels like a show written by ad guys. Not by guys who know how to write long format. There's no reason for me to connect with these characters either, where as in Mad Men, the characters deal with universal truths and struggles. Mad Men is less about advertising and more about the psychology of a man/men and woman/women in the late '50's - early '60's. I hate the characters in Trust Me because there's nothing real about them. Even jerks have something inside that makes them that way. These guys are just acting. And maybe the one thing we hate worse than ad guys are actors pretending to be be ad guys and not coming across as believable.… Expand