About the journey from first love to last love, and how the people we're with along the way make us into who we are when we finally end up with someone forever.
It's 2016 and Darby's now hitched. As her marriage becomes increasingly distant, Darby reconnects with someone from her past who's determined to make amends for his callous behavior. Meanwhile, Sara and Jim struggle to reconcile their paradoxical visions for the future.
As 2020 disrupts life for everyone in his circle, Marcus makes great personal strides - but soon finds that all roads lead back to Mia.
When Darby has a medical scare, her overbearing mom, Claudia, comes to town to help. As mother-daughter tensions rise, we learn that Claudia's past relationship struggles may have rubbed off on Darby. Despite their differences, the two try their best to connect.
When a therapist encourages her to address her fear of rejection, Darby recalls being 15 and applying to boarding school to get her parents' attention. When she's stranded there for Thanksgiving break, an encounter in the dining hall plunges young Darby into a blissful week with too-cool-for-school Luke Ducharme. But Luke becomes aloof when the student body returns to campus.
After Darby runs into an old flame and his new girlfriend, her best friend Sara, who's eager to bail on her long-term boyfriend Jim's family obligation, convinces Darby to join her at a coworker's rooftop party. After hours spent stalking her ex's new girl on social media, she winds up connecting with an overeager, romantically bruised.
Feeling empowered after her experience with Danny, Darby embarks on a noncommittal hookup bender, until she falls for up-and-coming chef Magnus. The new couple seem to be a fairytale match until Darby scores a career win while Magnus faces a setback.
As he tries desperately to get his mind off Mia, Marcus joins Yogi and Kian for an ill-fated glamping trip.
A year later, Darby's life and career feel stagnant. When sparks fly with Bradley, her former boss who's recently divorced and highly successful, Darby feels pressure to revisit her half-baked dream of becoming a photographer, but soon gets swept up into girlfriend duties instead.
Following her parents' divorce, Darby Carter struggled to make connections as an adolescent and, later, as a NYU student, until she meets Augie Jeong at a karaoke party. After their whirlwind night together and several days spent waiting by the phone for Augie's follow-up “WYD” text, Darby quickly finds herself in a comfortable, full-blown relationship.Watch Now:Amazon
After an unexpected trip home, Mia experiences complicated feelings that may threaten her relationship with Marcus.
While in Michigan for their parent’s wedding anniversary, Marcus reignites an old flame and nurses the wounds of his failed relationship – as Ida contends with her own issues.
Marcus rushes headfirst into a relationship with playwright Ola, but soon finds himself having trouble “performing.”