Jane tries to prove that motherhood isn't getting in the way of her work.
Motherhood. It's never what you're expecting. Follow three best friends as they hilariously prove there's no right way to raise your kids...and plenty of ways to screw things up. A new comedy with real laughs inspired by real stories of real mothers.
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Ever wanted a do-over in life? Samantha Newly gets one in the new comedy, Samantha Who? When an accident leaves Sam (Christina Applegate) with amnesia, she forgets her past but finds herself. Tag along for a bumpy ride as Sam tries to move forward in finding who she is without having a clue about her past.
Based on the ultra-close, real-life friendship between Jessica St. Clair & Lennon Parham, this comedy is about what happens when mother-to-be Maggie (Parham) calls on her best friend, Emma (St. Clair), single and career-focused, to help her raise her new baby.
What's a sexy, newly divorced, 40-something mother do for romance when all the men her age are only interested in young hotties? Ready or not, Jules Cobb (Courteney Cox) is about to find out the truth about middle-aged dating in this sexy comedy about feeling young again.
This hilarious comedy stars Emmy® Award winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus as single mom Christine Campbell. Christine successfully juggles motherhood and work, and even gets along with her ex-husband better than when they were married. But her ex's new girlfriend is also named Christine -- "new" Christine. Guess who's suddenly "old"?
Frannie and Calvin have only been dating a handful of months when — oops! — she gets pregnant. They move to the burbs to settle down, but a mysterious stranger offers to whisk Frannie back to the glamour of New York City.
Jessica St. Claire stars as Jessica who moves back to New York and back into her best friend Lennon's (Lennon Parham) apartment after getting served divorce papers. It doesn't take long for the two to fall back into old routines of spending all of their free time together, which is tough news for Lennon's live-in boyfriend. Now they'll have to make room for each other. From executive producer Scot Armstrong (Hangover 2) comes this hilarious comedy series about old friends, new beginnings and awkward situations.
Based on a web series, Downward Dog follows the day-to-day life of Nan, as told by her increasingly lonely and philosophical dog, Martin. Just one session at obedience school makes them realize that even at their worst, they may be the best thing for each other.