My Fab 40th, Season 1HDClosed Captioning
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When it comes to over-the-top birthday parties, forty is the new sweet sixteen! From lavish venues to priceless gowns and custom cakes, these 39-year-olds are kicking off the next chapter of their life with a bang. Follow two former sorority sisters hell-bent on having their favorite band serenade them at their party; watch a formerly straight single dad attempt to unite his two worlds into a "Hunger Games" party theme; and enjoy the chaos that ensues when two hapless husbands try to pull off a double-surprise party for their suspicious wives. Marriage proposals, vow renewals, and even live "conscious uncoupling" are featured in this series that celebrates the milestone birthday and the journey to get there. Star-studded cameos include TV personality La La Anthony, actor Lorenzo Lamas, actress Nicole Eggert, and Reverend Al Sharpton.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoForty, Fierce, and Fabulous||Former sorority sisters Francine Sanchez and Julie Marcus-Downs are determined to have a fierce and fabulous joint 40th birthday party. Francine and Julie are elated when eccentric party planner, Sarina, promises them the world – including a private jet, "aerial bartenders," and a serenade from their favorite band, Train. But will Sarina deliver on her lofty promises, or will the ladies be left feeling like they’re on the wrong track?||43:01||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Fast and the 40th||Single mom and racecar enthusiast Brandy Flores only wants two things for her 40th: a wild party at the famed Fontana Speedway, and her long-time boyfriend to finally propose marriage. Will Brandy get the venue – and the proposal – she’s been wanting or will she be left driving solo in the carpool lane?||43:01||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoComing Out At Forty||Formerly-straight single dad Carmine Sabatella dreams that his 40th party will peacefully unite the two worlds he has kept apart: his fabulous new gay friends with a straight world that includes his ex-wife, daughter, and mother. Will Carmine’s "Hunger Games" theme act as perfect way to unite the two groups, or will it cause tension more palpable than the movie?||43:01||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSurprise, You're Forty!||To celebrate both of their wives turning forty, best friends Brian Malcolm and Stephen Harbaugh plan the ultimate caper: a double-surprise party in which their wives, Abbey and Gina, each aid in planning the surprise for the other. But will these hapless husbands be able to keep the secret, and how will their wives react once they realize they’ve been duped?||43:01||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Conscious Uncoupling||Hollywood publicist Ryan Fisher is planning a star-studded 40th to match his new life amongst the town’s A-listers. Ryan even proposes a live “conscious uncoupling” with his husband, Brian. But when Ryan changes his mind about uncoupling just as Brian walks on stage in front of family, friends, and the Hollywood elite, is there time to stop the big announcement?||43:02||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoForty, I do!||Once struggling to even afford groceries, entrepreneurs Notoya Green and her husband, Fred Mwangaguhunga, are now flush with money, success, kids, and famous friends. Her lavish 40th birthday party at The Broad Street Ballroom in New York City will even include a vow renewal ceremony officiated by Reverend Al Sharpton. But will a New York traffic jam gridlock Notoya and Fred’s hopes to say “I do” for a second time?||43:01||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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Seems like a waste of money for BRAVO to even produce this show. It’s something I’d see on daytime television on some sub-part channel. I started it and didn’t like it much, so I walked away and then followed it up at the end. Boring show, no personalities to attach to, no taste when it comes to spending their money. Just garbage.
I REMEMBER 40...it isn't like this show.
50 may be a bit harder, but 40 wasn't so bad, but the new Sweet 16? HARDLY! Being a teenager is the hardest human experience - not a kid but not an adult - unlimitted opportunity but limitted resources. 40 may be the realization that well, your years are numbered and if you have a bucket list, you might want to start completing the items - while taking care of your family and profession, in a helpful way. Or continue what you already have been doing, because you've had 4 decades to keep making the right choices. Doing good and helping people - doing the right thing is it's own reward.
First episode was boring.
First episode was not fun…I don’t plan on watching further.