Eight Days A Week premiered on CW in spring 2008. Twenty-somethings Olivia Campbell, Riley McGann, Ben Bradley, and Daniel "Sarge" Sargent are close friends with one thing in common: they're all paying their dues with demanding, entry-level jobs with outrageously egocentric bosses in New York City. These four pals are at that time of life when everything is new and exciting, and having a job has just morphed from abstract concept to daily reality. Riley works for Nathan Bloom, a narcissistic website entrepreneur; Sarge is the assistant for Peter Lee, a pretentious hedge fund operator; Ben is a musician who spends his days as the assistant/babysitter to Randi Rome, a hard-partying publicist; and Olivia gave up a promising law career to follow her passion for art, taking a receptionist job with Marjorie Walsh, a cold and trend-obsessed gallery owner. In other words: nightmare jobs. What keeps them sane at the end of the day is the support and understanding of good friends living through the tough times together. They may not have money or job satisfaction, but they have each other.