PIVOTING is a new series dealing with three mid-life crises moments. Life is quickly changing for its stars: Jodie (Ginnifer Goodwin), Amy (Eliza Coupe), and Sarah (Maggie Q). Every day, they change it up, try out new things, or just say “no.”

The show is filled with real, honest situations that could apply to many young women today. Each of these ladies are in different places in their lives, so viewers should be able to find some words or actions that they can relate to every day. The sitcom is humorous and has a sarcastic edge to it. The women are strong, yet they rely on each other for their courage to move forward on their path. Their acting chemistry works, and it feels natural.

I enjoy watching PIVOTING because I can remember where I was some thirty or forty years ago and how confusing everyday occurrences can be. One traumatic event can literally change your direction. I also think it is super important to surround yourself with good friends. It can make all the difference in how well you survive. PIVOTING moves quickly and has, so far, dealt with such topics as: changing careers, motherhood, extra-marital affairs, and orgasms (The latter produced many laugh-out-loud seconds).

PIVOTING is a show that highlights, above all, women’s friendships. It is a nice way to pass 30 minutes with a lovely glass of Chardonnay.

It is available to stream on FOX Television.

Esta Rosevear

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

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