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Sensitive Skin

 

Davina and Al try to revamp their lives as they struggle with the uncertainties of middle age in this darkly comic adaptation of the British hit.

 

Year: 2016

Duration: 1 Season

 

Cast: Kim Cattrall, Don McKellar, Nicolas Wright, Joanna Gleason, Colm Feore, Clé Bennett, Bob Martin, Elliott Gould

 

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Status: Returning Series

"Sensitive Skin" is a TV show produced by Baby Cow Productions and Rhombus Media. The show was originally broadcast on HBO Canada (Canada) and premiered on July 20th 2014. So far there have been 2 seasons (comprising of 12 episodes) of "Sensitive Skin". The most recent episode aired on June 19th 2016 and more seasons are expected in the future.

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