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Hindsight - S01 E01

Comedy . Drama
 

The series begins with Becca (Laura Ramsey) on the eve of her second wedding. It all seems perfect this time around, but she is still plagued by doubt. What if she could fix everything, and make the 'right' choices this time? Becca finds herself thinking about her former best friend Lolly (Sarah Goldberg), with whom she had a falling out many years ago. If only she could talk to her once again... Suddenly, after a freakish elevator ride, Becca gets the opportunity to do just that as she wakes up in New York City on the morning of her first wedding day in 1995. She's about to marry Sean (Craig Horner), a bad-boy artist who is all wrong for her - and she knows her first move must be to reconnect with Lolly to re-live that day. Can she 'make it right' by living her life all over while readapting to life in New York City in the 90's - a time of smoking in bars, carrying pagers, having an AOL

 
Episode Title: Pilot
Airs: 2015-01-7 at 09:00 pm
  • Margaret Lyons

    It's a refreshingly un-miserable show, and while it covers a range of human emotions and identities, none are "murderer" or "super murderer."

    New York Magazine (Vulture) Full Review
  • David Hinckley

    Ramsey is just right for the role and Goldberg is equally good. Several other characters have promise. Even with all that second-hand smoke, Hindsight should show us a good time.

    New York Daily News Full Review
  • Jon Caramanica

    A clever, affecting and sly new show about bad choices begetting worse ones, begins somewhere near the intersection of romance and horror.

    The New York Times Full Review
  • Melissa Maerz

    The flimsy story isn't the draw: It's the nostalgia for mock-turtleneck belly tees and the greatness of lines like "I want to do things differently... But first? I want to smoke in a bar." [9 Jan 2015, p.74]

    Entertainment Weekly Full Review
  • Brian Lowry

    Making it all about one woman’s journey keeps the field of vision rather narrow, and the pilot (directed by Michael Trim) doesn’t provide quite enough depth to fully appreciate the gravity of what changing Becca’s past might mean. Other than the styles of the era, scant effort has been made to reflect the passage of two decades on the characters, which is a quibble, perhaps, but a trifle disorienting at first.

    Variety Full Review
  • Allison Keene

    There's still plenty of room for Hindsight to grow, and plenty of reasons to stick around for it to happen. Crucially, the show is ultimately more than the sum of its scrunchies, beepers and AOL accounts.

    The Hollywood Reporter Full Review
  • Matthew Gilbert

    The VH1 series is slight, but it has a certain charm and the potential to grow into a harmless, soapy amusement.

    Boston Globe Full Review
  • Rob Owen

    A cute if unnecessary time-traveling fantasy-drama.

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Full Review
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