Additionally, Zap2it has an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip from Accola, in which she talks about the rules that women should live by when choosing who to date (and who not to date).
Billie, a woman in her 30's, wants to settle down and have a family.
Hopefully the writers of the show will make another series with 22 minute slots. 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.
When she tells her boyfriend James this, he tells her he doesn't want that, so they break up. See full summary » The whole of series 1 and 2 was great.
Lucy seems to have all the answeres, a goodlooking fiance, a job at a cool web design firm, but someone keeps texting her strange messages that things aren't as great as they seem.
Finally, Caroline and Tyler face a new and unexpected challenge.
In Tennessee, an attractive young blonde is calling for her dog in her front yard.
Klaus shows up using a Southern accent to claim that his car broke down down the road and asks if he may use the phone.
The woman is understandably suspicious, but Klaus compels her to invite him in.
Accola plays the lead character, 26-year-old Chloe Cunningham, who has a pretty cynical view of love and dating until she starts getting video messages from her future self.