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The series chronicles what happens when a couple's marriage is suddenly reignited by their divorce. The couple has three kids who live in the house with one parent on alternating weeks while the other parent lives as a single person who stays in the garage apartment in back of the house. The garage-dwelling, "single" partner is free to date while having no responsibilities in the house or for the children. The "parent" partner is free to preside over the house and family as he or she deems best. Each week the parents learn a little bit more about what it is they are lacking in the parenting and "romantic" parts of their lives and in doing so become better parents (during their parenting week) and better romantic partners (during their single week). Often the insight they gain allows them to see why their spouse felt unhappy in the marriage thus helping them to improve as a person. This increasingly improved person they become also becomes slightly more alluring to their ex-spouse making their complete separation seem less likely.
- Jenna Fischer as Lena
- Oliver Hudson as Martin
- Bobby Lee as Arthur
- Diane Farr as Maya
- Lindsay Price as Camille
- Olivia Keville as Mae
- Van Crosby as Mason
- Sander Thomas as Milo
The series, based on the Danish dramedy Bedre skilt end aldrig created by Mette Heeno, Mie Andreasen, and Hella Joof, was adapted for American viewers by Emily Kapnekand Heeno as co-creators. They also serve as co-executive producers alongside Ellen DeGeneres, Jeff Kleeman, Andreasen, and Joof, for A Very Good Production, Piece of Pie Productions, and Warner Bros. Television. The series was greenlit on May 11, 2017. On May 11, 2018, ABC renewed the series for a second season.