Ellis is fine, but it's all pretty tired stuff -- "Entourage" with a medical degree. And frankly, the world could do without another "physician heal thyself" protagonist whose renegade image is seemingly summed up by the decision to sport a three-day-growth beard. Heck, even the name Kim Kardashian is meant to signal the guy's an adrenaline junkie, as if the audience couldn't figure that out without additional cues. As for "Satisfaction," it's hard to know exactly where to begin, which is interesting from a narrative perspective and challenging from a marketing one. Neil Truman (Matt Passmore) is a successful businessman with a beautiful wife, Grace (Stephanie Szostak), and a teenage daughter. But he's also bored and miserable, lamenting in voiceover that, after 18 years of marriage, "I need to start figuring out what the hell is wrong with me." Neil is equally blase about work, and he starts the change-your-life process by having what amounts read this to a "Jerry Maguire" moment at the office -- except nobody takes his outburst seriously. A subsequent flare-up aboard a delayed business flight, however, leads to a canceled trip and a surprise at home, one that takes the series and central relationship in unexpected directions, including a new line of work.