Red Oaks: Season 1

Episodes

# Air Date Title
1 Sep 14
2015

Pilot

In the summer of 1985, 20-year-old David Meyers takes a job as a tennis pro at Red Oaks Country Club in suburban New Jersey, as his parents, girlfriend, and co-workers pull him…

2 Oct 09
2015

Doubles

David finds himself swept into a surprising hustle when he agrees to be Getty’s doubles partner for an outside-work tennis match. As David gets to know Getty’s daug…

3 Oct 09
2015

The Wedding

David talks Barry into hiring him to film a wedding at Red Oaks. While the club comes out to celebrate, Nash squares off with a rival to impress the father of the bride, and Wh…

4 Oct 09
2015

MDMA

David’s romantic plans for Karen’s birthday go awry, while Sam and Judy’s marriage counselors give them a new “empathy” drug to tap into their rom…

5 Oct 09
2015

Fourth of July

With Red Oaks’ Independence Day party in full swing, Getty enlists David as his coach for the upcoming club tennis championship, and Wheeler catches Misty’s boyfrie…

6 Oct 09
2015

Swingers

David is hired to film a sex tape for middle-aged swingers from the club, but the experience isn’t quite the stuff of fantasy. Meanwhile, Karen tries her hand at modeling…

7 Oct 09
2015

Body Swap

A mysterious Japanese liquor gives David and Sam an intimate glimpse into each other’s lives.

8 Oct 09
2015

After Hours

David and Skye ponder their respective futures, both romantic and professional, as they spend an evening in New York City. Wheeler and Misty spend the night driving around town…

9 Oct 09
2015

The Bar Mitzvah

David’s tensions with Barry, his recent night out with Skye, and his growing distance from Karen all threaten to derail a Red Oaks bar mitzvah he’s been hired to fi…

10 Oct 09
2015

Labor Day Luau

As the end of summer approaches, David coaches Getty for the Red Oaks tennis championship, and the Red Oaks staff say their goodbyes. But there are big changes coming for the M…

About Red Oaks

A young tennis player works at the prestigious and exclusive Red Oaks Country Club during the summer between his sophomore and junior years of college in the 1980s.

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