If there's a song in your heart, it will get in her head. Jane Levy stars in this high-concept drama as Zoey Clarke, a whip-smart computer coder forging her way in San Francisco. After an unusual event, Zoey, who always preferred podcasts over pop songs, suddenly starts to hear the innermost wants, thoughts and desires of the people around her - her family, co-workers and complete strangers - through popular songs. At first, she questions her own sanity, but after getting some guidance from her musically adept neighbor, Mo, and making a breakthrough with her ailing father, Zoey soon realizes this unwanted curse may just be an incredibly wonderful gift as she connects with the world like never before. Lauren Graham is a special guest star. Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist.
I can give it a pass, however, because everything else in the hour is near perfect. The jury is still out on THAT decision. From the music, to the heartbreaking childhood church story, to watching Mo hide their true identity, Newell gave us a raw and honest look at how painful it is to be yourself when the world does not accept all of you. To show this point of view, one where Mo is greeted with only positive reinforcement from the church family, is refreshing. Mo is safe.
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With another five songs showcased and plenty of emotional drama, this musical series continues to hit the right notes. After this beautiful rendition, Zoey questions her about it but she simply brushes it off. Meanwhile, Maggie tries to find her purpose while David stays behind to look after their Dad. This certainly rings true and after warning him against moving too fast with Autumn, Zoey heads home and hears Bonnie singing from behind Apartment 2. He berates Zoey and heads back inside where he struggles to hit the high notes and get the right vibes for the song. Zoey returns to her flat and hears Bonnie singing, stopping by to pick up on her singing vibes and suspecting she wants to go on a tropical holiday. Back at work, Joan sings Wrecking Ball; a throwback to her crumbling relationship. Zoey tries to pry further into it but she changes the subject, walking away and leaving her to contemplate whether she should have got involved in the first place or not. At home, David and his Father talk and he mentions their wedding video via his laptop screen. David listens to his speech and pays particular attention to the segment involving parenting advice.