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Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce: Season 1 (2014-2015)
Critic Consensus: Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce has a familiar Housewives feel, but transcends genre tropes with Lisa Edelstein's witty, hurt-filled performance -- and a premise perfect for its network's target demographic.
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as Abby McCarthy
as Gordon Beech
as Becca Riley
as Kori Wingo
as Courtney Beech
as Adele Northrop
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Finding the proper balance for dramedy isn't easy and Girlfriends' Guide fails miserably at that task.
Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce is a smart, solid examination of just how messy relationships are and how hard it is to make them work.
The more effective moments are the dramatic ones between Abby and Jake. What makes a marriage work, and what sacrifices are worth its maintenance and upkeep, are plumbed here with surprising dexterity.
Significant parts of Guide will remind you of past dramas about women in their 40s who are suddenly "out there" again. But it has its own sense of humor and hurt, all of which Edelstein conveys nicely.
Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce is achieving a nice blend of comedy, drama and titillation. Maybe a better title would be Desperate Ex-Wives.
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