Paul Reiser plays a fictional version of himself. It's been more than a few years since his hit TV series went off the air. Since then, he's been enjoying the quiet life at home with his wife and kids. Like most men his age though, Paul didn't choose his friends -- they're the husbands of his wife's friends and the dads of his boys' friends. Feeling a little unsettled, Paul decides it's time for something new and he turns to his friends for help. On his quest for something meaningful, these men form an unlikely comradeship -- and a horrible basketball team.
Runtime: 30 minutes
The Paul Reiser Show - Jonathan Shapiro (writer) - Netflix
Jonathan Shapiro is a writer, producer, attorney and former Assistant U.S. Attorney as well as Of Counsel at Kirkland & Ellis. He is the co-creator and Executive Producer, with David E. Kelley, of Amazon Prime's TV show Goliath starring Billy Bob Thornton. Shapiro has written fiction, for example a book entitled Deadly Force: A Lizzie Scott Novel (ABA Publishing 2014) as well as non-fiction, e.g. another book named Lawyers, Liars, and the Art of Storytelling (Ankerwycke 2015). Shapiro has also written episodes of TV shows such as The Blacklist, Boston Legal, The Practice and Life and is also a frequent collaborator of fellow attorney-writer-producer David E. Kelley.
The Paul Reiser Show - Early life and background - Netflix
Shapiro received an undergraduate degree and graduate degree at Harvard University in 1985, where he was a Rhodes Scholar at Oriel College at Oxford University, and his Juris Doctor (J.D.), or law degree, at the University of California Berkeley School of Law in 1990. Shapiro is Jewish.
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