FIREFLY LANE aired its final six episodes of this popular series. It was filled with love, laughter, and loss. The characters were believable and beloved. It was hard to say goodbye to two best friends viewers know so well. 

The writers of FIREFLY LANE do not shy away from some intense topics. Nothing is off the table as audiences are treated to sharing lives well lived. Katherine Heigl as Tully and Sarah Chalk as Kate are the dynamic duo. Their enduring friendship faces every fork in the road. They portray their characters with strength, heart, joy, and humor. It is refreshing to witness and be a part of their journey.   It is an honest look that feels right, with some wig exceptions as we stroll through the ’80s and ’90s. Did we really have that many bad hairdos? 

As a viewer, I enjoyed being woven back and forth through the decades. It was fun and entertaining. David Cassidy made me smile, as did Barry Manilow’s MANDY. The dance montages were high-spirited, as was moon worshiping, loss of a ball, and ROMEO AND JULIET. 

FIREFLY LANE is an opportunity to be a part of someone else’s life, if only for a second. It places what is important into perspective…to love and be loved. It is enough. FIREFLY LANE GIRLS FOREVER.

FIREFLY LANE is available to stream on NETFLIX. 

Esta Rosevear

Esta Rosevear has been a Theatre Arts teacher and director for 35+ years, published Children’s author of the Rebecca series, and is passionate about playing her violin, walking, gardening, and reading murder mysteries.

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