We’re talking about the next big thing in “Happy Endings.”
The show, set to premiere on April 13 on CBS, is about a lonely boy who has been thrust into the life of a loving married couple and has been forced to become their partner.
But his relationship with the couple is not about money — it’s about love.
It’s a love story that’s both relatable and emotionally powerful, and the show will certainly be a highlight of the broadcast season.
It features a dynamic cast that includes Julianne Moore (The View), Emily Blunt (Modern Family), Billy Eichner (The Big Bang Theory) and David Schwimmer (Mad Men).
The show’s producers have said they wanted to take the romantic comedy and make it about relationships rather than money, but they’ve also created a dynamic group of supporting characters to keep things grounded.
(HBO has also released an animated version.)
In fact, the show is the brainchild of two actors: Andrew Wyatt, who plays the boy and executive producer Josh Schwartz, who also stars.
Schwartz, 24, is also known for his work on the NBC comedy pilot, The Man in the High Castle.
He’s been seen in movies like The Revenant and The Rehearsal and also has a recurring role on the Showtime drama series Master of None.
(Schwimmer is repped by CAA and attorney Alan Zirkelman of Zirker.)
Here’s what you need to know about the show and how it’s making its way into the world.
What is Happy Endings?
Happy Endures is a two-hour sitcom that debuted on March 10.
The series centers on a couple in a small town named Rockport, Iowa.
Their love story, the couple lives together on a farm and has just been rekindled.
It begins with the boy, who is the child of an alcoholic couple, trying to get into the house with his girlfriend, who has just gotten her driver’s license.
The show follows the relationship between the boy (who is not named) and his girlfriend and the relationship with his parents.
They try to keep the boy’s mother from making plans with a girl who has already moved to the town, a situation that eventually leads to an unexpected turn.
Happy Endments first season was written by Wyatt, Schwartz and Schwartz’s brother, Adam.
The duo are also behind the CBS sitcoms The Odd Couple and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, both of which have garnered critical acclaim.
The new show was filmed on the Iowa farm and features a diverse cast of supporting cast including Billy Echner, Julianne Murphy, Billy Eikmeier, Billy Winger, Matt Bomer, Zachary Quinto, Emily Blunts and Ben Folds.
What are the differences between the show, and how is it different from the series that came before it?
The show is about love and relationships, but it also includes some elements that have never been seen on television before.
The first season, which debuted March 10, was written and directed by Andrew Wyatt and premiered on the Syfy channel.
This was a big departure for the network and the writers, who had previously done comedy pilots for CBS.
They were not comfortable making a show about two dads trying to be married and had to adapt a very serious comedy into a romantic comedy.
This new show is a more serious comedy.
The focus is on relationships and relationships that aren’t just about money and money and sex.
What will the audience like about the new show?
It’s not a commercial comedy.
But the show can also be viewed as a comedic comedy that does not shy away from serious topics, including racism, poverty and suicide.
It also is a story about two people who are working hard to be happy and have the best of everything in their lives, so it’s also about people who want to be successful, people who love their job and want to do it well.
What happens in the show?
The story is set in Rockport.
We learn about the people who live here, and we learn about Rockport in the context of America and in Iowa.
We get to meet people who don’t have the same aspirations and who struggle with the same challenges as our protagonist.
We also get to learn about how these people relate to each other, what motivates them, what makes them tick.
What can fans expect to see in the new series?
There are some major differences from the previous seasons of the show.
The characters are not married and the love is more serious than in previous seasons.
The story also does not feature a lot of romance and a lot is told about the struggle of being single and dealing with rejection.
We will also be seeing a lot more of our cast members.
Wyatt and Schwartz are set to reprise their roles as the parents and their son.
The cast also includes new voices