It’s all about family. Brothers, sisters, children, fathers.
One happy pair is expecting triples, about to burst into this world.
The other pair are siblings; she’s heavily overweight and struggling with it and he’s Mister Hardbody and an actor playing a stupid role in a mindless sitcom.
And the last one is a man looking for his biological father who left him at the entrance of a firehouse when he was born.
What they do share is their birthday. Their 36th birthday to be exact. The triplet-father, the twins and the fatherless man. And by the looks of it, the triplets will share their birthday.
I did enjoy the acting, it is an interesting cast and it could be an interesting story, especially after you learn how all the people are connected to one another.
I particularly found it hilarious how Justin Hartley’s (Smallville) character was against taking off his shirt in every scene for the sake of being eye-candy. Why did I find that to be funny? Well, because that was basically his job for all his episodes on Smallville. I don’t think there was a single episode on that show where he didn’t take his shirt off. He was even shirtless in the opening credits. 😉
But in the end the show is going to be a family drama and that’s not exactly my favourite TV food. As I said, the story could be interesting, but it’s just not a genre that I personally prefer.
Spoiler “Relationship of the characters” (mark to read):
So this show is probably taking place at two timelines. One in the now and one 36 years ago (1980).