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When 40-year-old divorcée Liza Miller tries to return to the publishing industry after taking time away to raise her daughter she encounters nothing but rejection … until she gets the idea to pretend to be in her 20s and immediately lands a job as an assistant at a New York publishing house. But the longer she stays there and the closer she gets to her colleagues, the harder it is to maintain the lie.

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This is a great escape watch for anyone who misses the colorful lives and characters of Sex and the City and didn’t feel that same connection to Darren Star’s latest project, Emily in Paris. Read More

From Diane Werts at Newsday:

The show’s crisp, witty dialogue is mostly egalitarian among the ages, and everyone’s great at working the words. Full Review

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