Riley Keough, left, in a scene from "The Girlfriend Experience." The 13-episode series is loosely based on Steven Soderbergh's 2009 film.
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The world's oldest profession is very popular with amateurs.The dramatic series of 13 half-hours, which premiered on Starz Sunday, comes from producer Steven Soderbergh and is loosely based on his 2009 film.It stars Riley Keough as an ambitious young woman who is trying to burn the candle at three ends. She's a promising law student in Chicago who lands a coveted internship with a prestigious law firm at the same time she follows a pal into a $2,000-an-hour sideline, offering a "girlfriend experience" for men of means and premium urges.For Soderbergh, "The Girlfriend Experience" isn't really about sex.This first season of "The Girlfriend Experience" will cover Christine's full story, then bid Keough farewell.
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