http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1935298/ What I'm seeing is a more optimistic version of http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0110950/]Reality Bites[/b] where a bunch of realistic (apart from the size of their apartments, no one can hold true to that in New York. You can't set a TV show in a walk in closet. With the exception of Futurama, but that was a gimmick.) 20 somethings a year out of college have not kept pace with their dreams and are dealing with how difficult it is to get off the ground in the beginning. None of the actors are too beautiful, even the beautiful one (the male model) and there's something grim about how dark the lighting is in the interior sets that you can feel that the characters might have trouble paying the next electric bill. But it's mostly about the relations rebounding off each other in a microcosm (isn't that the definition of fiction?) as they all try to break out and become better adults than their parents. I didn't feel talked down to, everyone did everything for a logical reason, even if it was man logic (there is no polite way to ask a girl if that's your baby she's carrying.) that had no chance but to enrage the women into some serious fury. I laughed and felt compassion for the plight some of them back themselves into and hell, when the little geeky girl accidentally fell into a pleasant situation she was not going to walk away from with her virginity intact, the senario contained unusual surprise elements I was amused by. Listed as a drama, not a comedy, this in an ongoing story about growing characters without a respawing situation other than shit happens (Again the definition of a drama. I'm also reminded of the original Fame which in my heart is what New York Should look like. FUCK YOU Friends.) and MTV should be proud of themselves again for another fine showing... Seriously? hard Times of RJ Berger, Awkward, The Inbetweeners, MY LIFE AS LIZZ... There's just something about how MTV films their TV that makes it look almost palpable in its atmosphere that nothing seems made of card board. They figured out that the lowest common denomenator likes relaity TV and they di their best to fake it. I like it.