If you haven’t watched ABC’s Cougar Town, or only caught first few episodes of the first season then you have no idea of what you’re missing.

A single-camera comedy that dares to tell the truth about dating after a couple settles for divorce. The series started as a series about a 40-something year old woman named Jules (Courteney Cox) seeking to date much younger men, morphed into an adult buddy sitcom in the middle of the first year, and solidified into what the show ends up being by the first season finale.

In the first season, we focus on how Jules examines her naked body in the mirror for signs of aging. Freshly divorced from her husband Bobby played by Brian Van Holt, she hoped to re enter to the dating scene and relate to her young assistant Laurie (Busy Philipps), while her son is embarrassed by her, and her bestfriend prevent her from going out.

The show was originally was influenced with the aged women in their mid forties called “Cougars” who likes dating younger men. Jules begins relationship with Jeff (Scott Foley) but eventually, Jules have to end it, because of she was not looking for anything serious.

Cougar Town had its successful three seasons run and expected to be back on 2012. Bill Lawrence, who is best known as the creator of Scrubs and Spin City, was then approached by Cox about wanting do make something. Lawrence had to put Cox on a try while the show is still on its pre-development stage. She guest starred in the first three episodes of the eight season. Creators Lawrence and Biegel had came up with the concept of the show showcasing Cox current status as a newly single woman.

Overall, we can say that the Cougar Town has something in it that will surely work for more years to come. Take a look at it, watch it and let us know what you think!

 

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