Bravo's originals 'Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce' and 'Odd Mom Out': First impressions
Zap2it was there, with first impressions of the new series (based on said trailers alone). Although the shows are very different -- the former is a drama that follows Lisa Edelstein's relationship self-help book author as she discovers her husband is cheating and begins the process of going through a painful split, the latter is a satire of posh Upper East Side moms in New York City -- they both speak to Bravo's tone.
"Girlfriends" is a girl-power series that praises strong female friendships, while "Odd Mom Out" takes a catty approach to skewer the rich alpha moms who make others feel bad that they don't have everything together. One's glossy and shiny for the rich "Housewives" lovers -- sort of a "Sex and the City" for divorcees -- and one feels low-budget and targets the Kathy Griffin lovers (and those who love to hate the Housewives).
Are you interested in seeing either series?