Full Circle is an American television anthology drama series created and written by Neil LaBute and set in a different location each season that examines the human condition and relationships through a series of conversations between people whose lives, unbeknownst to them, are intertwined, leading to a dramatic conclusion.
Described as "a modern day La Ronde meets My Dinner with Andre", it explores the nature of human contact and true togetherness in our current technology-driven world.
The first season is set in a restaurant called Ellipsis and bears witness to the complexity of human interaction. Each episode centres on two characters and the tangled drama of their relationship.
One of them returns with another character in the following episode to reveal a whole new aspect of the riveting story. What happens when it all comes full circle?
The second season centres on Jimmy Parerra, a Chicago cop who 18 years ago, inspired by Frank Serpico's similar act in NYC, blew the whistle on police corruption in Chicago.
His actions wound up sending his own father-in-law, Bud O'Rourke, the Chief of Detectives, to federal prison for life. The Show begins as Bud is getting out of prison, intent on Revenge.
Season 3 looks into the dark underworld of national politics, focusing on a sex scandal that threatens to destroy a Presidential candidate and stop his almost certain election.
Like Season 2, the third season expands upon the original format of Season 1, in which we see a daisy chain of characters interacting with each other through the 10 episodes. The main thrust of each episode takes place in a high-end hotel in Miami during the days leading up to the Democratic primary.
Full Circle was executive produced by Nick Hamm for Momentum TV. LaBute created Full Circle and serves as writer and co-executive producer.