As Darryl predicted, a rare moon-planets alignment, every 93 years, spells debauchery in town, way worse then the girls jocularly declared to hope for as diversion. Chad enjoys quick sex everywhere ...
6 month sober, Bridget is key witness to a murder but flees, visiting her identical twin, who "suicides". Bridget takes over her rich, glamorous, married life in NYC. Out of the ashes and into the fire?
Sarah Michelle Gellar,
If you could make one wish, what would it be? And what would you do to get it? At 666 Park Avenue, all of your dreams and burning desires can come true: wealth, sex, love, power, even ... See full summary »
Yes, at times the story is predictable and some characters are cliché, but the show is straight-up fun to watch. There's plenty of "girls nights," embarrassing situations, fun flirtations and female empowerment. The writers have managed to developed interesting, likable leading female characters, each with their own quirks and unique perspectives.
The magic portrayed in each episode is subtle enough that it could possibly be seen as coincidence, which is a nice touch. My only qualm so far is that there aren't any well-developed and likable male leads. However, definitely give Eastwick a chance. At least watch the first few episodes, they are much better than the pilot. They just might get you hooked!!!!
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