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The series follows Lily Woodward, a producer on a morning television show, and what happens when life, love and friendships collide. Longing for a life rich in romance, a dynamic career and a happy family, Lily is constantly thrown off course. As her journey continues, Lily discovers that sometimes the right choices can lead to the wrong places and the wrong choices can turn out to be the right ones.Written by
This is an Australian show about a girl who's 29 years old and seems to be a mess. I don't want to give any spoilers. All I am going to say is that the drama works in most of the cases, but there are also some cringe-worthy moments.
There is a bit of a comedy and there is a lot of heart, the emotions of the characters, their opinions and their desires are shaped across this show. There is no evil character, but only complex characters with both evil and good sides, both professional and naive, both lovely and cruel in their own ways which makes for a lovable show. Furthermore, all the characters go through some intense moments that help them evolve and look at situations in various ways. You could additionally see some very well known formulas such as last moment interventions or last minute saving from awkward situations, but I think they fit kinda good inside this show.
So if you are interested in drama-based show with spice of a comedy, but which highly focuses on emotions and emotional conflict, this show is for you! The Australian accent is a plus!
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