In rural Alabama, two couples find themselves in a fight for survival. Running from a maniac (The Tin Man) bent on killing them, they flee deep into the woods and seek refuge in a house. ... See full summary »
A decade after last seeing each other, two old high school friends meet in New York with a scant few hours to spend together. As their afternoon unfolds in realtime, both discover that the ghosts of the past rarely stay in the past.
Successful Hollywood plastic surgeon Sydney Hansen returns home to Providence, Rhode Island to try to keep her dysfunctional family together with the help of her mother's friendly ghost. She also finds work with the local free clinic.
Nick, writer of "I Hate Kids", is getting married when 13 y.o. Mason claims to be his son. A psychic and DNA tests prove it. Mason was adopted and doesn't know his real mom. Nick and co. visit all his girlfriends/flings 14 years ago.
Tom Everett Scott,
The last thing Eddie Mills (Larry Clarke) wants to do is go home to deal with his dying Dad (Brian Dennehy). But the Catholic guilt gnaws at him, and he returns home to his crazy family, an... See full summary »
Julie Ann Emery,
Lesley Ann Warren,
After being widowed, Frank Fogle reluctantly embarks on a journey to honor his wife's last wish of spreading her ashes in a remote lake in her native Ireland and a promise of taking his ... See full summary »
Jeremy Wilde is a 20-something deaf man who, upon enrolling in a college poetry class, meets Leila, a dancer who's legally blind. As their relationship blossoms they must learn to express their feelings "in other words."
When Brandi Burkhardt was unavailable for Season 2, actress Sara Chase stepped into the role of Ashley at the last minute. Writer Julie Ann Emery addressed the change for fans with a discussion about how her character looks different. See more »
I was so happy to find something that was not a "remake" of something already done 100 times. This is creative, clever, and fresh. I love the "amateur" look to this, too much polish would have ruined it. The characters are "people you know" from your hometown and stay "in" character, that's cool in itself. Each couple has a different type of problem, with the group attempting to solve each other's difficulty. The problem is, they are all so messed up, they don't have a chance to solve anything. Internet series are short and to the punch...that's great because it forces the storyline to be concise and doesn't wallow in a lot of unnecessary blab. I highly recommend this series, definitely worth the look.
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