"DTLA" tells the story of a diverse group of friends, all at crossroads in their lives. Darryl Stephens stars as Lenny, a civil litigation attorney who reunites with his college friend SJ during the breaking point in her marriage and while his own long-term relationship with Bryan starts to crumble. Also in the mix are Kai, a young teacher obsessed with hooking up with his celeb crush; Marky, a young Marine cadet, and his boyfriend Matthew, a newcomer to LA who will stop at "nothing" to make it as an actor; and Stefan, an outspoken lawyer struggling to make his relationship work with his much younger boyfriend Trey after finding out about his secret life.

DTLA - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2012-10-24

DTLA - Deskstar - Netflix

The Deskstar is the name of a product line of computer hard disk drives. It was originally announced by IBM in October 1994. The line was continued by Hitachi when in 2003 it bought IBM's hard disk drive division and renamed it Hitachi Global Storage Technologies. In 2012 Hitachi sold the division to Western Digital who rebranded it as HGST. The first Deskstar product produced by IBM was the DALA-3540; the last was the 180GXP HGST continued the product line after the acquisition, selling the Deskstar 120GXP and Deskstar 180GXP under the HGST brand for a short time and selling new models thereafter. The unreliable IBM Deskstar 75GXP product became notorious as the “Deathstar” (only one of at least twenty IBM products in the Deskstar family)

DTLA - Lawsuit - Netflix

Despite failures being reported within the manufacturer warranty period of three years, Michael T. Granito, Jr., an American user of IBM's 75GXP hard drives, filed a class-action lawsuit against IBM on 16 October 2001 for defects in the product causing it to “crash”, with both of the drives he'd bought having failed within a short time. IBM was found to have misled its customers about the reliability of the drives. Without admitting responsibility, they settled this lawsuit in 2005, agreeing to pay $100 to every user whose Deskstar 75GXP drives had failed. The settlement related to the following family of IBM Deskstar 75GXP HDD models: DTLA 307-015; DTLA 307-020; DTLA 307-030; DTLA 307-045; DTLA 307-060; DTLA 307-075; the Deskstar 40GV was not included in the litigation.

DTLA - References - Netflix