Girls5Eva: Season 1

Girls5Eva: Season 1

Girls5Eva: Season 1

A one-hit-wonder girl group from the '90s are given a second shot at fame thanks to a young rapper who sampled them in this comedy series from Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt writer and four-time Emmy-winner Meredith Scardino.

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EPISODE 1.1
23 July 2021

Pilot

The members of Girls5eva, a '90s girl group, reconnect after a rapper samples their big hit.

EPISODE 1.2
23 July 2021

D'wasg

Girls5eva struggle to make a first move. Scott deals with a package Wickie sent from Los Angeles.

EPISODE 1.3
23 July 2021

Alf Musik

Girls5eva track down their old songwriter, Alf Musik. Dawn questions if she wants a second baby.

EPISODE 1.4
23 July 2021

Carma

Kev is home from Tampa. Dawn follows the Dolly method. Wickie dates a younger guy.

EPISODE 1.5
23 July 2021

Catskills

Girls5eva rent a cabin upstate to focus. Gloria runs into her ex-wife and tries to reconnect.

EPISODE 1.6
23 July 2021

Cease and Desist

Wickie finds fans at a Pride event. Dawn invents an alter ego to deal with pre-show anxiety.

EPISODE 1.7
23 July 2021

A.I.R.P.I.G.

Girls5eva pursue a mega-manager at a radio conference. Summer sees Kev's life in Tampa.

EPISODE 1.8
23 July 2021

Separ8 Ways

With Wickie working as a reality TV judge, Dawn, Gloria and Summer struggle to keep Girls5eva alive.

Girls5Eva: Season 1 / Reviews

Decider

Decider

With four fantastic leads and some sharp writing, Girls5eva should give Fey-Carlock fans the fix they've been looking for since Kimmy Schmidt ended.

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Salon

Salon

Scardino and the writers sling jokes with the quickness and certitude of a casino blackjack dealer...

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

The first must-watch comedy of the year.

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NPR

NPR

The central performances by the Girls5eva actresses are the glue.

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Collider

Collider

Less Taylor Swift’s evermore, more Taylor Swift’s Reputation.

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Variety

Variety

This show is driven more by jokes than by story. And what jokes they are!

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

The kind of too-funny-not-to-share show that should proliferate by word of mouth.

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

The show generally succeeds with its throw-everything-at-the-wall mentality, and the season finale is a triumph of ridiculousness and pent-up emotion.

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Paste

Paste

An easy sell for the devout fan base of programming in the Fey-Carlock universe.

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