There was a one-season TV satiric comedy that aired on a major U.S. network, something like ten years ago, about a sleazy Hollywood producer struggling to get a film made. He hires a prostitute to assist, and her first job is to cajole the writer retained to turn out the script. The first too-shallow attempt at satire involves him trying to get the prostitute to take the job: When she explains that she makes over $200k in cash a year as a hooker, he says something like, "Oh, well, I guess if you took this Hollywood job you'd be doing the same thing but for less money."
There is at least one episode in which the producer surreptitiously records a sex tape with Sandra Bullock (cameo as herself) to sell for money. When she discovers it she angrily confronts him in public.
In the last episodes they're filming on a sound stage and as he tells everyone they need to cut back on spending he grabs a golf bag and boards a helicopter to get to his tee time. The star actor of the film being made is also a divo who demands the largest codpiece and retires to his trailer to practice when his line is changed to, "It's time." The season ends with the producer having a heart attack and as he's loaded onto an ambulance one EMT says to the other, "That's a nice watch." What is the name of the show and when did it air?