quarterlifeNetwork: NBC
Episodes: Six, five unaired (hour)
Seasons: One

TV show dates: February 26, 2008 — February 26, 2008
Series status: Cancelled/ended

Performers include: Bitsie Tulloch, Maite Schwartz, David Walton, Majandra Delfino, Michelle Lombardo, Kevin Christy, Mike Faiola, Barret Swatek, O.T. Fagbenle, Mark Matkevich, Scott Michael Foster, Barbara Williams, Susanna Harter, Jeff Lorch, Emily Happe and George Ketsios.

quarterlife past TV show

TV show description:
Created by Marshall Herksovitz and Edward Zwick (thirtysomething, Once and Again), this web and network series depicts the lives of a group of twentysomething friends who are in the midst of figuring what they want for their lives.

Magazine associate editor Dylan Krieger (Bitsie Tulloch) is the most vocal about trying to sort out her own wants as well as her friends’ by posting her thoughts on a video blog. Friends Andy Melman (Kevin Christy), Jed Berland (Scott Michael Foster), and Danny Franklin (David Walton) discover Dylan’s public journal which also includes opinions about friends and roommates Debra Locatelli (Michelle Lombardo) and Lisa Herford (Maite Schwartz).

Once all of her friends have learned about her blog, Dylan must deal with the backlash that comes from making such personal details public. Meanwhile, Jed and Danny try desperately to get their careers off the ground and score a job filming a car dealership commercial, while Lisa copes with life as a bartender and poor reviews from her acting class. Debra, who is unhappy working for her father, is hoping for a future with boyfriend Danny, while Jed secretly pines after her. Of course, it’s only a secret until Dylan tells the entire world via the world wide web.

Can these twentysomethings make it past their quarterlife crises and keep their friendships intact in a digital world?

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