What would you do if there was an app that gave you access to your FUTURE self, so you could learn what mistakes to avoid in your love life? This year, the show is back for season two with a new leading character: Chloe Cunningham.
Unlike her predecessor Lucy Lambert, Chloe is a little more of a pessimist who's convinced love gets in the way of having fun.
Appleby: It spoils you, but then you’re also like, “Okay, I can take a step back and see the role of an actor even more now.” I shot a part in this new indie feature, called , and it’s just a different experience. The lead actress is like the host of the party, but when you’re the lead actress and you’re a producer, you’re really throwing the party.
You have so much control in making sure everyone is having a really good time and everyone is heard. At the same time, if Steven Spielberg calls and wants me to come act, I’m happy to do it.
Chloe's enjoying singledom and is unapologetic about her life right now... We also get a sense of who she's dating and what turned her off to love. Basically, she's accepting of the fact that she's figuring it all out, and just enjoying her life.
But, part of her behavior is basically a twentysomething trying to figure out what she wants from life. Ten years ago you were in high school and dating was probably pretty new. The first guy I really liked, he was my first kiss when I was 14 and he was 16 or 17. He was super nervous that his friends would make fun of him because I was a freshman.
When we were doing all the interiors of the house and all of the wardrobe, everything stuck with that color palette, so the show feels really cohesive.
Alloy was great and really gave us the opportunity to take it over and rework it. Appleby: I’ve been working on this since the end of August and, thankfully, because I was a producer, they let me be a part of everything, which included bringing on Liz Allen to direct it, bringing on Sallie Patrick to write it, and hiring our D. I literally did all of the casting process, and I picked the colors of every wall and the wallpaper, and I’ve been sitting in editing.
The trouble is, deep down, she knows he’s not the one.
So, with her future self using an app to send her helpful little texts, Lucy could finally be headed towards the future of her dreams.
But, getting answers about your love life today from your older, wiser self, 10 years in the future, would certainly make you stop and re-evaluate.
In the new web series , Lucy Lambert (Shiri Appleby) has a secure job, great friends and a longtime boyfriend who has just popped the question.