NY-LON

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Channel 4 (ended 2004)

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NY-LON

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This drama series from Channel 4 follows the trans-Atlantic love affair between New York record store clerk Edie (Rashida Jones) and London banker Michael (Stephen Moyer), two very different personalities drawn together by fabulous chemistry. Watch as they juggle travel, jobs, and family responsibilities, whilst pursuing a deepening love against a stupendous soundtrack that helps tell the story. Opening Titles Music: "Oh Katrina" by Tender Trap. Closing Titles Music: "Tuesday's Girl" by Akayzia Parker. US TV-MA
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  • so sweet...

    10
    i really liked it, it was different than your average show, and the accents, the distinct difference between the american and the english accent was so visible! i was crazy about it. i think that the actors were very good too. the characters seemed real, no one was perfect, they had their flaws, their bad moments and their weaknesses. i think that the storyline was interesting and i liked the twists in the plot. what made it stick out i think was the fact that it was a true love story, she loved him he loved her. i hateed the ending though, too much pain. i'd prefer it if they ended up together.moreless
  • Concept Great, but the Follow through?

    3.0
    I watched every episode of this show...and at the end of each (except the first)...I thought "why am I watching" this? I figured I would stick through with it because Rashida Jones was completely hot in it, but I didn't like any of her friends. I liked her love interest, but he was kind of bland.



    The concept was great, but the follow through needed some work.
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    love story, relationship woes, Love & Romance, Sex & Relationships, British TV