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Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce was met with generally positive reviews from television critics . At Metacritic, which assigns a weighted mean rating out of 100 to reviews from critics, the series received an average score of 69, based on 21 reviews. Lori Rackl of Chicago Sun-Times gave the episode a 4 star rating (out of 4 stars), calling it "a sometimes hilarious, sometimes heartbreaking story about an .-based self-help author" and added that the first two episodes "reveal a much more nuanced, poignant tale, punctuated by some genuinely funny scenes." [11] LaToya Ferguson of The . Club gave the series a grade of "A-", calling it "a very solid drama" that should be on HBO or Showtime . Ferguson also praised the characters and the series's messiness, writing "Visually, it's almost flawless (there's one obvious green-screen moment in the pilot, but it's not Ringer level), but every character here is deeply flawed." [12] Los Angeles Times ' s Mary McNamara lauded the series' cast's portrayal of the characters and deemed the series "smartly acted, crisply written and willing to address all manner of issues — marriage, betrayal, family economics, friendship, even the pitfalls of public domesticity — in gratifyingly complex ways." [13] Brian Lowry, writing for Variety , applauded the series' cast and material, noting how it sticks to the network's demographic while maintaining a level of quality. [14]

Vicki Iovine is the author of GIRLFRIENDS’ GUIDE TO PREGNANCY, GIRLFRIENDS’ GUIDE TO SURVIVING THE FIRST YEAR OF MOTHERHOOD, GIRLFRIENDS’ GUIDE TO TODDLERS and GIRLFRIENDS’ GUIDE TO GETTING YOUR GROOVE BACK. She helped create the Divorce section on Huffington Post, wrote advice columns for the LOS ANGELES TIMES, REDBOOK and CHILD magazines and is Executive Producer of the hit Bravo scripted series “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce.”


Girlfriends guide to dating a geek

Girlfriends guide to dating a geek