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    The Last Tycoon

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    Rating:6.3/10 (3 votes)
    First aired:
    Runtime:11 hours 0 minutes (60 minutes per episode)
    Kelsey Grammer Lily Collins Matt Bomer Dominique McElligott Jessica De Gouw Rosemarie DeWitt
    Annika Marks Bailey Noble Bob Gunton Brian Howe Cameron Protzman Dan Donohue Danielle Rose Russell Dustin Ingram Enzo Cilenti Jack Michael Doke Jennifer Marsala John Hartmann Kerry O'Malley Koen De Bouw Kristin Slaysman Lindsey Gort Lou George Mandy June Turpin Mark O'Brien Michael Siberry Nicole DuPort Olivia Hamilton Ryan O'Nan Vince Nappo Whitney Rice Koen De Bouw

    The Last Tycoon follows Monroe Stahr, Hollywood's Golden Boy as he battles father figure and boss Pat Brady for the soul of their studio. In a world darkened by the Depression and the growing influence of Hitler's Germany, The Last Tycoon illuminates the passions, violence and towering ambition of 1930s Hollywood.

    The Last Tycoon season 1 poster

    Season 1

    Mar 3, 2017 65
    The TV series The Last Tycoon is based on unfinished eponymous novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald about the uneasy development of the Hollywood film industry in the 1930s. The drama TV show The Last Tycoon highlights the life of Monroe Stahr. This is a perspective and brilliant young Hollywood producer and director of the 1930s, who climbs to the top of Hollywood. His mentor and the current head of Hollywood, Pat Brady, known for his vast experience and incredible achievements, fights for power against Monroe. After the death of Monroe’s wife, the main character of this drama completely plunged into work. He did not even notice that the boss’s daughter Celia had fallen in love with him. He practically does not care about his private life, because the main thing is a cinema. Prototypes of Stahr and Brady are real figures – producer Irving Grant Thalberg and the head of the studio Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Louis Bart Mayer.