Review: I wasn’t sure if I was even going to check this out because I don’t think that I’m the right demographic but I’ve had a hard day and my best friend was there for me. So I thought of this show when I wanted to wine down.
It is has cliché has you think it might be. However, I don’t know if it’s the simultaneous storylines, seeing these two friends at three different stages of their lives but I’m kind of interested. The idea of seeing this friendship develop over the decade does it for me. Getting to know them individually and together has friends.
I also expected it to be soothe sailing, I mean their friendship and the show in general, but the further I went into the episode I realized that there is some drama between them. I was ready to roll my eyes at it, but then I remembered some of the things that I went through with my own best friend and stop complaning.
Firely Lane is not a book that I read, Kristin Hannah is not an author that even heard about before this, but the show is interesting enough for me to watch it through but not binge.