Jaxon James is a solo artist, towering at the height of his career. He's got it all and then some: a sprawling house in the Hollywood Hills, sold out arena shows – and a bit of an addictive personality.
Elliot Warren is an actor, teetering on the brink of obscurity. He hit his peak in the late noughties and now struggles by on the notoriety of being the most quoted cast member of the country's most laughed at soap opera. Unlike Jaxon, his image is squeaky-clean, and his career depends on keeping it that way.
Jaxon has nothing to offer but notoriety. Elliot has nothing to offer but stability. With La-La Land providing their set and a supporting cast of neuroses, addictions and egos, will they get their Hollywood ending?