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Black Tie Nights

Black Tie Nights
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Black Tie Nights Season 1 DVD cover art
Also known as Hollywood Sexcapades (Season 2 title)
Genre Softcore, Drama
Created by Brian Hurwitz
Starring Glen Meadows
Beverly Lynne
Tiffany Bolton
Amy Lindsay
Composer(s) Ramón Balcázar
Country of origin  United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 26, plus 8 feature-length compilations
Executive producer(s) Jon Kramer
Producer(s) Steve Beswick
Camera setup Single-camera
Running time Approx. 28 mins.
Original channel Cinemax
Picture format NTSC 480i
Original run June 4, 2004 (2004-06-04) – December 30, 2005 (2005-12-30)

Black Tie Nights was a softcore drama anthology series which aired on Cinemax in the United States from 2004 to 2005.

This anthology show revolved around the adventures of Olivia Hartley and Cooper Snow who ran Black Tie dating service. They were assisted by their geeky sidekick, Ryan Lundy. Each week they would encounter new or returning customers and try to play matchmaker. The first season had two main subplots that continued in each episode. The first was the budding romance between Ryan and Cooper. The second was Olivia getting over the loss of her husband and dating again.

In the second season, the show was retooled. The anthology series was renamed Hollywood Sexcapades and the characters of Olivia and Cooper were said to be out of the country opening a new branch. Candi Hicks, a recurring customer in the first season, became the new employee of Black Tie dating service. She and Ryan (who was no longer nerdish) partnered to run the company, and the continuing subplot was the budding romance between these two characters. Each week they would continue to try to play matchmaker to that episode's guest stars.


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