As a character gets the virus, we find many coming together under a banner of love as they are reminded what to be grateful for.
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In the pursuit of fixing the relationships we saw turn sour in the first two episodes, one family finds their relationships about to blow up.
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While Elle and Sophie’s family may lead to a raised eyebrow, as Ahmaud Aubrey and James’ brother come into play, things get real.
Love In The Time of Corona begins with a likable set of characters during the early weeks of the pandemic, and leads you to fear something bad may soon happen.
In a taste of what’s to come, engagements are announced or hinted to, and as some members of the family grow closer than ever, others split apart.
In an emotional, or dramatic, finale, if not both, Callie has had enough, Mariana makes things worse at work, and our favorite queer relationships might be in trouble.
It’s Malika’s birthday and tensions between people who live at The Coterie and their partners nearly throw off the vibe she was aiming for.
Jazmin decides to have a Doble Quince, and despite it being her party, nearly everyone else’s minds are on other things.
Drastic moves are made in order to go from surviving to being happy, thriving even, but they naturally come at a cost.