A group of friends from Boston who feel stuck in life experience an unexpected wake-up call after one of their friend dies unexpectedly.
A tight-knit group of people (so tight-knit it's actually scary) lose one of their own and the rest is about them grappling to pick up the pieces of their lives after fall-out. There are a quiet a few feel-good moments, cheesy lines and over the top "I love you"s are somewhat common, and only disproportionately sized house and flats (is everybody they're portraying rich?), but a darn good mix of realism: not everything is a happy ending. Not everybody gets what they want, families aren't perfect despite the facade, but the friendships here are too good. I didn't find myself screaming at the screen because somebody did something really dumb for no reason, so that alone makes it watchable for me. That's the case at least till episode 10, let's see how the rest turns out.