Episodes: Six (half-hour)
TV show dates: February 28, 2002 — April 4, 2002
Series status: Cancelled/ended
Performers include: Sarah Paulson, Lisa Edelstein, Regina King, Ken Marino, Jill Clayburgh, Brad Rowe, Tim Meadows, and Bradley White.
TV show description:
Ad executive Faith Wardwell (Sarah Paulson) has met an attractive actor. The only problem is, she’s about to marry a wealthy attorney named David (Bradley White). Her fling makes her realize that she’s not quite finished with the single-life and she ends her engagement to David.
Guiding the newly-single Faith are her three best friends: single-and-loving-it Patty (Lisa Edelstein); her co-worker from the ad agency, married and outspoken Cynthia (Regina King); and her long-time friend and neighbor, the playful and spontaneous Andy (Ken Marino), a Rolling Stone reporter. Faith’s socialite mother, Cricket (Jill Clayburgh), is also very willing to offer advice as well. Faith’s boss, Lucas (Tim Meadows), wishes she would put as much energy into her job as she puts into her personal life.
Created by Jenny Bick (Sex and the City co-executive producer and writer), this sitcom follows Faith and company as she begins to live life doing what she wants instead of how society thinks a thirty-something should.
Episodes feature her learning to drive a car, reuniting with ex-boyfriend Dan Murphy (Brad Rowe), volunteering at a local hospital, and getting a bit carried away at a local dive bar. While Faith takes new risks in her life, she learns that sometimes the biggest leaps are just standing still.