Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: Season 1 (2015 - 2016)


Season 1
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

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Lively musical numbers and a refreshing, energetic lead, Rachel Bloom, make Crazy Ex-Girlfriend a charming, eccentric commentary on human relationships.



Critic Ratings: 61


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User Ratings: 867

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Air date: Oct 12, 2015

Rebecca Bunch, a successful partner in a prestigious New York law firm, impulsively quits her job and leaves her upscale Manhattan apartment to search for love and happiness in California as the series begins.

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Air date: Oct 19, 2015

Rebecca becomes obsessed with Josh's girlfriend, a gorgeous yoga instructor named Valencia, and tries to learn everything about her, even to the point of attempting to learn yoga and trying to get into the local nightclub where Josh and Valencia go.

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Air date: Oct 26, 2015

Rebecca throws a housewarming party, despite her lack of social connections in West Covina and a childhood fear of hosting parties, to get closer to Josh.

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Air date: Nov 2, 2015

Rebecca is asked out on a date by a seemingly nice guy and wonders if this could be the path towards a happier life.

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Air date: Nov 9, 2015

Greg accuses Rebecca of being a terrible person in front of Josh, so she takes drastic measures to prove she is a good person, which includes helping Darryl with his messy divorce. Meanwhile, Paula takes over the office as the boss for the day.

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Air date: Nov 16, 2015

Rebecca gets invited to the Chan family Thanksgiving festivities, where Josh's parents fall in love with her, much to Valencia's dismay. Meanwhile, Greg tries to balance caring for his dad with pursuing his own dreams.

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Air date: Nov 23, 2015

Rebecca endures a tough week after learning some news about Josh, but Dr. Phil arrives to help her. Meanwhile, Paula is pursued by an important new client---and not just professionally.

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Air date: Nov 30, 2015

Rebecca's mom visits for the holidays and Rebecca, eager to please, embellishes some facts about her life, which all come crashing down at a local holiday event. Meanwhile, Greg spends Christmas Eve with his mother and discovers he actually might be the problem relative.

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Air date: Jan 25, 2016

Rebecca rents a party bus to take Josh's friend group to the beach in order to impress them. On the trip, she learns more about her new friends than she expected and makes a surprising revelation herself.

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Air date: Feb 1, 2016

When Rebecca learns Josh is a volunteer at a camp for at-risk teens, she realizes it is the perfect opportunity to remind him about the amazing times they had together at camp. Meanwhile, Darryl tries to recapture his youth by throwing a party, where Greg encounters someone from his past.

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In the first season of this musical comedy-drama, high-powered attorney Rebecca Bunch (Rachel Bloom) panics when she is offered a partnership at her Manhattan law firm. Inspired by a run-in with Josh (Vincent Rodriguez III), the ex-boyfriend she never got over, Rebecca impulsively moves across the country to West Covina, California – Josh's hometown. Although Rebecca is unable to admit that she moved to follow Josh, her new coworker, Paula (Donna Lynne Champlin), is instantly on to her and becomes her greatest ally in trying to get him back. However, their plan hits several roadblocks as Rebecca learns that Josh already has a serious girlfriend and then begins to casually date his best friend Greg (Santino Fontana). Also starring Gabrielle Ruiz and Pete Gardner.

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Audience Reviews for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: Season 1

  • Aug 03, 2020
    I just find the entire show uncomfortable.
  • Jul 26, 2020
    I love Rebecca Bunch! She takes our imperfect childhoods, and portrays the real problems of life that go unacknowledged by everyone else to n TV. Rachel also has great friends, like Paula and Darryl, who I also love! And Josh Chan is a captivating love interest for Rebecca. I love the subject matter that addresses mental health issues. Songs are brilliant, too!
  • Apr 26, 2020
    Crazy charming premise and weirdly satisfying musical numbers propels it as one if not the best quirkiest show on television.
  • Jan 15, 2020
    I discovered this show one week ago. I am on the season 4; I love it. It talks about mental issues, feminism and other things with humour and musical.
  • Oct 21, 2019
    Wonderful, hilarious, and heart-warning. Really love and appreciate its treatment of people with BPD without glorifying or demonizing mental illness
  • Oct 16, 2019
    Was so good but the 3rd and 4th season sucked
  • Jul 13, 2019
    Crazy Ex-girlfriend puts a refreshingly nuanced spin on the rom-com genre, generating hilarious and often relatable situations brought to life by a spot-on performance from Rachel Bloom.
  • Mar 23, 2019
    No spoilers: but just try to rewatch this season after the revelations of later seasons. I am amazed at the hints I totally missed.
  • Jun 12, 2018
    too much singing; goes on and on about her chasing one guy (thus, the title, I guess), but needs to move on to something not so juvenile.
  • Apr 30, 2018
    A sad story hidden as a campy musical? Count me in! There was many issues tackled in music as clever satire.

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