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Childhood best friends Maggie Caruso and Emma Crawford have shared countless adventures raising Maggie's daughter Charlotte together in their hometown of Pinebrook. The BFFs overcome unexpected hurdles since Emma's move back home to help Maggie, including navigating colorful characters from their past and surviving countless dating misadventures. Now, the tables are turned when Maggie needs to come to Emma's rescue as their friendship faces its biggest challenge yet. These women complement each other the way only best friends can, by facing the challenges of their past, present and future -- together.

Latest episodes

aired 397 days ago
Maggie and Emma get into trouble on the way to a fancy dinner; new and old friends come to the rescue.
aired 397 days ago
Emma and Tina plan a birthday party for a demanding 13-year-old; Maggie goes on a date.
aired 400 days ago
Emma crashes Maggie's owl-themed craft night; Zach brings Emma a treat; the gang goes on a ride.
aired 404 days ago
Maggie and Emma face their biggest challenge yet; Mark sends backup.
aired 407 days ago
When Maggie is asked to participate in a nursing home promo video, Emma gets involved; Zach teaches Bruce how to ride a bike.
aired 411 days ago
Mark coaches a women's basketball team; Emma is horrified by the star player on the team; Maggie is serious about being a referee.
aired 414 days ago
Emma tries to rescue Tina from a pyramid scheme; Maggie starts a nursing rotation with a cold doctor.
aired 414 days ago
Maggie hosts a game night to welcome Bruce's new girlfriend into the fold; Emma discovers that this is what 40 looks like.

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