Relationship issues arise between a researcher with a theory to explain away all his failed dating experiments, a player who wants out of the game, a deejay whose head spins with thoughts ... See full summary »
Fifteen year-old Lux has spent her life going from foster family to foster family. She has finally decided to become an emancipated minor. During her journey through the legal maze, Lux ... See full summary »
After an abusive, dangerous relationship, a wealthy pampered new bride who has been under psychiatric care for mental issues is either sabotaging herself and her husband or her new husband is rapidly making her unstable.
Young man visits a bar and falls for the waitress whose family turns out to be tied to Italian mob. The head henchman doesn't like him, so things heat up, even though the don likes him. Then stolen diamonds enter the picture.
The whole of series 1 and 2 was great. The episodes are short and snappy, with no padding in the story. It's all good and relevant. I watched both seasons tonight and each was as good as the last. I hope there's another series. Surprisingly, the episodes were mostly between 5-9 minutes. Hopefully the writers of the show will make another series with 22 minute slots. The characters are great and the concept is fresh. This show is all about character development and learning to better oneself. I was surprised about a whole new environment and the new characters in season 2, but this succeeded and probably enhanced my viewing experience because a change of scenery enabled the story to progress further and still be creative.
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