Young siblings Abby and Ethan are adopted by outwardly perfect parents Eve and Raymond Goode, only to find that that their new guardian's remote mansion is far from the idyllic abode that it initially appears to be.
Baywatch veteran Mitch Buchannon moonlights as a P.I. with his two friends Garner and Ryan. In season 2, Diamont replaces Garner, and Mitch's cases suddenly take a hard turn towards supernatural horror.
After 6 months of a labeless, open-relationship Rita spiritually minded 24 year old lesbian artist working as a mental health worker) and Adam (25 year old flamboyant, straight career ... See full summary »
Sorry NBC, I think you have got a great cast that has produced probably the worst new series on network TV and I'm including the FOX show that has already been cancelled after 2 airings. The idea that a fertility clinic is a great backdrop for a riveting drama is well, at best misguided. I have no real opinion on the fertility issue, but thousands do and that is dividing your viewing public right there. Then you alienate another bunch of viewers by having white parents rejecting a black baby. Going well so far? Then there is gay couple using a surrogate (I think that lost the bible belt), a BJ in the office, switching "husbands deposits" kept in a wine cooler, labels that seem not to stick well, records laying around with photos and no security. Hell, no wonder they need a lawyer, I think they must have broken so many laws it is a wonder they are not already closed down. Come on NBC, pull their license to practice and put on reruns of Law & Order, you know it makes sense. And Angie Harmon, run like hell away from this Friday night fiasco.
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