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"Better Things" is the story of Sam Fox, a single mother and working actor with no filter trying to raise her three daughters -- Max, Frankie, and Duke -- in Los Angeles. She also looks out for her mother, Phil, an English expatriate with questionable faculties who lives across the street. Whether she's struggling to keep her daughters close or trying to push one of them out of the nest, Sam approaches every challenge with fierce love, raw honesty, and humor. At the end of the day, Sam's just trying to earn a living, navigate her daughters' changing lives, survive her family, have fun with a friend or two, and also -- just maybe -- squeeze in some private time.

Latest episodes

aired 7 days ago
Sam and her girls live in the City of Angels.
aired 7 days ago
Sam throws Frankie a Batceñera.
aired 26 days ago
Sam has a flashback and a wolf pack.
aired 32 days ago
Sam goes to the weed store and visits her brother; Frankie and Sam eat ice cream.
aired 33 days ago
Sam goes to a wedding.
aired 33 days ago
Sam takes Duke to ballet and Frankie to Pinkberry.
aired 33 days ago
Sam gives Phil a DNA test, catches something and releases on Max.
aired 33 days ago
Sam gives her friends a marital intervention.
aired 35 days ago
Sam embraces her life.
aired 38 days ago
Sam picks the girls up from a trip.
aired 82 days ago
Sam searches and takes a breath.
aired 82 days ago
Sam chaperones and Frankie slams.
aired 89 days ago
Sam winds down and reminisces.
aired 89 days ago
Sam gets theatrical.
aired 89 days ago
Sam helps Max and bakes for Phil.
aired 95 days ago
Sam preps.
aired 95 days ago
Sam and fam get caught up in some gnar.
aired 103 days ago
Sam unleashes.
aired 103 days ago
Sam deals with monsters.
aired 103 days ago
Sam sees old friends and cooks for everyone.
aired 109 days ago
Sam copes with stuff.

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