The series, Client List, is a sequel to the movie earlier released in 2010 with the same name. The American TV drama series revolves around the true story of a middle-aged woman who has to do whatever it takes to make ends meet. Suzanne Martin created the series, and Jordan Budde developed it. The composers for the series include Pieter A. Schlosser, David Baerwald, Evan Frankfort, Marc Dauer and Liz Phair.
Barbara Nance is the producer of the TV series. The executive producers for the series include Jennifer Love Hewitt, Dannielle Thomas, Howard Braunstein, Michael Jaffe, AJ Rinella, Jordan Budde, John Tinker, John Strauss, Ed Decter, Efrem Seeger, Michael Reisz, and Dannielle Thomas. The series was filmed by cinematographer James Chressanthis and Nancy Schreiber. It was later edited by David Crabtree, Geoffrey Rowland, Kaja Fehr, Regis Kimble, and Pattye Rogers.
Only two (2) seasons were filmed with 25 episodes in all, each one running for 41 to 43 minutes.
The series was produced by the Jaffe / Braunstein Enterprise, ITV America, Fedora Films, and Sony Pictures Television. It was distributed by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Fox Life, Amuse Soft Entertainment, and broadcasted on Lifetime Television. The Client List premiered on the 8th of April, 2012, and ran till the 16th of June, 2013.
The series casting was done by Ron Digman and Valorie Massalas. Although the series featured over 50 different casts, the significant characters include Riley Parks, played by Jennifer Love Hewitt as the leading character, Georgia Cummings by Loretta Devine, Evan Parks by Colin Egglesfield and Linette Montgomery by Cybill Shepherd.
Other characters include Lacey Jean Locklin by Rebecca Field, Selena Ramos by Alicia Lagano, Kyle Parks by Brian Hallisay, Travis Parks by Tyler Champagne, Katie Parks by Cassidy Guetersloh, Nikki Shannon by Laura Leigh, Taylor Berkhalter by Elisabeth Rohm, Kendra by Naturi Naughton and several others.
The series revolves around Riley (Jennifer Love Hewitt), a single mom trying to make ends meet. In her quest for a stable job, she got a job at a supposed traditional spa. She soon realized that the spa offered more than just massages, but before she could back out, it was already too late. Riley now has to live a double life, or risk being exposed, in the worst scenario, jailed for offering sexual “therapy” to her long client list.
This series is a touching drama reflecting the struggles of single mothers for financial breakthrough.