In a world where love has grown trivial and weary the Ancient Greek Gods exist to battle this tragedy. The Gods will do whatever it takes to bring soul mates together. Grace Valentine, the ... See full summary »

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 Aphrodite / ... (8 episodes, 2008-2009)
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 Phoebe Valentine (8 episodes, 2008-2009)
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 Kate Providence (8 episodes, 2008-2009)
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 Doug (2 episodes, 2009)
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In a world where love has grown trivial and weary the Ancient Greek Gods exist to battle this tragedy. The Gods will do whatever it takes to bring soul mates together. Grace Valentine, the Goddess Aphrodite, is the sexy and seductive matron of the family; her son Danny Valentine, or the bow & arrow slinging Eros, is the thrill-seeker of the bunch; Danny's best friend Leo, the muscle man Hercules, is the strong and emotional moral compass of the group; Phoebe Valentine is the Goddess of the Oracle at Delphi, which helps the family track down and help bring soul-mates together; and Kate Providence , a romance-novelist who is recruited as the only mortal, by Grace herself, to help swing the fates in a new direction. "Valentine" looks at love, fate and the work it takes to make romance happen. Written by Valentine Asst

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Greek Gods exist in the modern world doing whatever it takes to bring soul mates together.

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cute premise had potential
13 July 2015 | by See all my reviews

The Greek Gods actually exist and live in the modern world. For the romantically challenged, they get a business card for Valentine, Inc. Grace Valentine (Jaime Murray) is Aphrodite, the head of the company. She's joined by her wild child Danny or Eros, his best friend responsible Leo or Hercules, Phoebe Valentine who is a childlike Titan that contacts the Fates and Ray Howard or Hephaestus who is the handyman and Grace's loving ex-husband. Grace is presently married to Ari Valentine or Ares but she is staying with him only because of his threats. With declining interest, the Gods are in danger of losing the Fates and becoming mortal. Grace decides to seek the help of a mortal, romance novelist Kate Providence but she isn't quite so simple.

This CW show lasted for only 8 episodes but it had some good potential. The premise is cute and seems set for a good romantic procedural. The more dramatic serial aspect should probably be toned down. It really should concentrate on being the Love Boat.


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