Happily Divorced: Season 1
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Happily Divorced centers around Los Angeles florist Fran (Drescher) as she deals with dating after finding out her realtor husband of 18 years (John Michael Higgins) is gay. Fran juggles her new relationships, while still living under the same roof with her ex-husband. The cast is rounded out by Fran's best friend Judi (Tichina Arnold), her parents Dori and Glen (Rita Moreno and Robert Walden) and her flower delivery employee Cesar (Valente Rodriguez).
- Behind the Scenes Featurettes
- A Message from Fran (Menus only)
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Hopefully season 2 will be available soon. Unfortunate for me there were only 2 seasons. Fran Drescher was never funnier and loved that she included co stars from "The Nanny" in this show.
happily divorced is created by her own life! poor fran drescher. had to go through such bad things when she was young.
and after such a long marriage really found out that her husband is actually gay and got divorced. after that they created together the show. kinda funny and sad, but she takes it sooooo well.
well. if you like comedy and "nanny fine" then buy it and ejoy and I hope to see more seasons coming
Obama released a deserter/terrorist like Beau B but we can't get Franny?!
There are several fun references to "The Nanny" and both Renee Taylor and Charles Shaughnessy guest star (Shaughnessy's episode as a bisexual writer is perhaps the season's best). Lou Diamond Phillips ("La Bamba") shows up looking smoking hot and Jennifer Holliday ("Dreamgirls") has a fun cameo.
Fran is as appealing as ever and for a 54-year-old woman she looks AMAZING in this. Yes, she's gained weight since "The Nanny" but she looks REAL, not plastic or anorexic and botoxed like many of her contemporaries (Demi Moore eat your heart out). I actually think she looks better now with a voluptuous Marilyn Monroe figure than she did in the '90s. Fans of Fran will still find her as endearing and entertaining as ever, but for the sad state of current sitcoms, this is as good as it gets I suppose.