Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll

- Cancelled -
3.2  Avg User Rating
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Air Dates

Jul 16, 2015 - Sep 01, 2016

Network

FX

Genre

Comedy

Cast

Johnny - Denis LearyFlash - John CorbettGigi - Elizabeth Gillies

A comedy following an aging rocker who is still striving for fame and fortune.


Johnny Rock was the lead singer of a legendary 90s band called The Heathens, who were known for their amazing live shows and hard-partying lifestyle. Just when they were becoming famous, things fell apart and the band broke up on the day their first album was released.

25 years later, Johnny is out of money and unemployed. But his luck could change when he meets Gigi, a talented young singer who is a fan of his former band and has a bunch of cash to bring the whole band back together - with her as the lead singer and Johnny in the role of songwriter.

Comments (3)

Robert
11/18/16 at 11:06am

I was a little boy during the 60's. My Dad was in Vietnam killing communist NVA and VC. Back here I was tormented, harassed and even assaulted by those 'peace-loving, compassionate' draft-dodging hippies. I was the closest they could get to my Dad. I applauded the Chicago Police during the 68 Democratic convention, waving nightsticks cracking skulls and taking names of those stinking, worthless hippie SOB's. I'm an American Patriot. Not a draft dodger. By the way, my dad came home alive in one piece and went on with his life.
knowhype
11/10/15 at 07:49am

The only thing funny about this series is that it's on the air. And that air smells like poop.
Floyd Dehanne
09/20/15 at 10:37am

Although the cast seems to have a dysfunctional sort of rapport going if the plot doesn't become more than another crash and burn "gee so close so far" ride to igniting (re-igniting for everyone but the ingenue) their bands career from one screw up after another gigs/record deals this show will just wind up being a cancelled FX satire of "Behind the Music" (yawn)

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