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Rebecca Bunch is a Yale- and Harvard-educated real-estate lawyer who works for a top New York City law firm.
She panics when offered a partnership with the firm, and bumps into her first love from summer camp, Josh Chan, on the street.
While watching a butter spread commercial, Rebecca decides to follow Josh in search of happiness.
She hops on a plane to Los Angeles, drives to West Covina, gets a job at Darryl Whitefeather's West Covina law firm, rents an apartment, and flushes all her depression and anxiety meds down the sink.
She becomes friends with the firm's paralegal, Paula, and her neighbor, Heather, and begins an on-again-off-again relationship with Josh's friend Greg, all while trying to reconnect with Josh.
The series has been extensively reworked for The CW, expanding the show format from a half-hour to a full hour and adjusting the content for broadcast television, as the original pilot was produced for premium cable. On January 8, 2017, The CW renewed the series for a third season, which premiered on October 13, 2017.
This included omitting that Rebecca had obtained an abortion before the show. The second season is shown in the UK on Netflix with episodes available the Saturday after the U. Shortly afterwards, Vella Lovell and Pete Gardner were added as regulars; with Lovell in the role of Heather, Rebecca's underachieving neighbor; and Gardner replacing Mc Donald in the role of Darryl, Rebecca's new boss. These are usually sung by Rebecca or a character with whom she is having a direct interaction, parodying the musical theater conceit of characters bursting into song at significant moments in the plot.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has received critical acclaim, with critics praising the show's writing, musical numbers and Bloom's performance.