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Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Season 1HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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Rebecca Bunch has always been wound a little tightly. It's something that served her well as she has raced up the ladder at her corporate law firm in New York. It may also be why she has no life. So when Rebecca bumps into Josh Chan - her handsome, long-ago summer camp-sweetheart – she knows that it's a sign. A sign for her to quit her job, drop everything, and move across the country to West Covina, California – where, in a huge, definitely-unrelated coincidence, Josh just happens to live. With her impressive re'sume', Rebecca quickly lands a new job at a local law firm, where her boss, Darryl, is more of a star-struck admirer than an authority figure. Not everyone is immediately enamored with the new hire, as the firm's head paralegal, Paula, is at first suspicious of Rebecca's reasons for relocation. However, in dealing with some secret personal troubles of her own, Paula becomes empathic to Rebecca's unrequited crush, and the two form a unique bond. Settling into her new Southern California surroundings, Rebecca eventually tears herself away from lurking on Josh's Facebook page long enough to agree to a date with Josh's friend, Greg, who works at the local sports bar. But Rebecca discovers her social media stalking has failed to uncover one important detail – Josh's girlfriend, Valencia. Rebecca's contagious, sometimes-delusional enthusiasm begins to stir the citizens of West Covina, including her cynical neighbor, Heather, shaking them up and giving them a new soundtrack to their lives.

Customer Reviews

Rachel does stuff

Man, what a sexy, funny woman.
I'm a straight guy who loves musicals, so this is so my thing.

Unlike anything you’ve seen before

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend brings a whole new brand of humor to entertainment through song and dance. It’s like Amy Chumer had a baby with Avenue Q and that baby decided to make a television show.

Humor can be raunchy at times and at first glance may come off as a one-hit wonder. But the characters, the songs, and the feminist humor is breath of fresh air that we have never really seen before on television and has a great start to a promising series.

Musical sequences are AMAZING

I will forever be grateful to my teacher who introduced me to this show. I was at first skeptical about it, but once I learned that the leading actress Rachel Bloom is the same genius lady who sang the amazing "F*** Me, Ray Bradbury" song a few years back, my interest was piqued, and boy, am I happy that I learned about this show! The musical sequences (there are about two per episode) are absolutely amazing, and put this show on a whole new stratosphere. The songs range from hip-hop/R&B to country western to boy band to electronic top 40 to standard Cole Porter-esque Broadway styles, and each song gets those styles perfectly down pat. It's an absolute feast. And I freely admit that I have a huge man-crush on Santino Fontana, or Greg in the show. That man is seriously talented.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Season 1
View in iTunes $14.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Released: Oct 12, 2015
  • CCin English

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