A nostalgic drama that every 40-something will relate to. Imagine being able to travel back twenty years to the mid-90s and have the chance to change the decisions you made, to rewrite the life you've lived. Becca is given such an opportunity. She is helped along the way by her best friend Lolly.
So far this has been a fun, quirky, insightful and engaging. It's easy to engage with and surprisingly emotionally engaging. It's also made me remember that life before smart phones was a real pain.
This started out well, but now it seems like Becca's just gonna be running around in circles making the same decisions over and over again. And is it really possible to have a time travel show set in NYC where its character goes back to the end of the 20th century without mentioning 9/11? I mean, I know it's not that kind of show, but at some point that's gotta come up, right? And I don't see this show handling that well. imo, if you're gonna ignore the time paradox of time travel, go balls out! "Being Erica" was WAY better than this.