The show is a hidden gem comedy that follows a family of three after their father unexpectedly passes away from cancer.
Written by Australian comedian Josh Thomas.
Nicholas(Josh Tomas), an entomologist and the older half-brother of his teenage sisters, Matilda (Kayla Cromer) and Genevieve (Maeve Press). Matilda is the oldest of the pair, has autism, and is an incredibly talented pianist. Meanwhile, Genevieve is the youngest and struggles with self-confidence and keeping a close eye on her sister. When Nicholas steps in to become his sisters' guardian, he deals with all the troubles and obstacles that come with being both a young adult himself, a parent to his siblings, and his new relationship with his very kindhearted, yet sensitive boyfriend, Alex (Adam Faison).
the second season is pretty much set to pick up where the first one ended. In case fans need a refresher, the first season ended with Matilda not being able to handle navigating New York City on her own due to the overstimulating sounds and chaos. Additionally, Genevieve gains more confidence after she does an open mic night in New York City in front of an audience. Meanwhile, Nicholas begins to get some footing in the father figure department while also getting a better understanding of his boyfriend, Alex.
According to the Deadline report, the series takes place after the trio returns home from the city. While specific details were kept under wraps, the second season will focus on how the trip has changed all three characters. Matilda will deal with trying to reevaluate what she wants from her life after her negative experience in the city. On the opposite end, Genevieve continues to grow and thrive from her experience, and even begins to start dating in order to gain more independence. Lastly, Nicholas strives to become a strong presence in the girls' lives and deals with the unforeseen obstacles that come with being a young adult, a good boyfriend, and a parent.