Abby (Lisa Edelstein) and Jake (Paul Adelstein) decide to finally define their relationship status by spending a weekend at home without work, friends and the kids. Phoebe (Beau Garrett) reconnects ...
Follows a best-selling author of a self-help book series who is secretly hiding her separation from her husband as she starts to navigate her life as a single woman in her 40s in Los Angeles. She starts to side with and take advice more from her divorced friends rather than her married ones, and it leads her to some unexpected and life-changing experiences.Written by
Lisa Edelstein, Necar Zadegan and Paul Adelstein previously worked on shows about doctors and hospitals. Edelstein of House M.D, Zadegan on Emily Owens M.D and Adelstein on Private Practice. See more »
why all the haters, does it hit too close to home?
this show is delightful. witty, contemporary and wholesome. yes wholesome. suck on that. it is more wholesome to be free and a good person than a judgmental closet case. this show is an accurate portrayal of Angelinos into today's climate. thank you. finally.
Not only is it nice to see Los Angeles is an affectionate light (watch Los Angeles Plays Itself), but the acting is understated and pleasant. I'm reminded of the early days of Sex in the City, when people would host Manhattan drink parties and wait to see what Carrie would wear. Albeit, we've grown up. Sequin hot pants aren't going to cut it. The reality of home ownership, child rearing, wacky sometimes awesome friendships (old and new), and the demise, rebirth and creation of ideals, leaves a modern woman striped of certainty, often depressed, and in need of affirmation. This show is that and the top shelf bottle, without the fatty liver. Again thank you.
Remember Padawan, adaption is one of the seven traits that define life.
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