AFTER BEING TREATED LIKE A CHILD, ERICA REVISITS HER BAT MITZVAH, ON "BEING ERICA," THURSDAY, MARCH 19 AT 10 PM ET/PT
Episode 105 ("Adultescence") -- When her parents, friends and coworkers won't stop treating her like a child, Erica decides to go back to her bat mitzvah to prove she's become a woman, on "Being Erica," THURSDAY, MARCH 19 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET/PT) on SOAPnet.
We all have regrets, we've all made mistakes. Imagine if you could actually go back in time and correct them? Here�s someone who can. "Being Erica" delves into the quirky life of Erica, a highly educated and underachieving single woman who struggles to understand why her life is heading nowhere. She's made years of bad decisions and has a list of regrets. As a result, her life is at a standstill. Enter Dr. Tom, a mysterious man who is part therapist, part rogue. In each episode, Dr. Tom launches Erica back in time to a specific regret from her past, giving her the opportunity to re-live and even alter past choices in the hope of changing her present. The show stars newcomer Erin Karpluk (Erica), Michael Riley (Dr. Tom) and Tyron Leitso (Ethan.)
"Adultescence" was written by Daegan Fryklind.
The one-hour series, created by Emmy Award-winning writer Jana Sinyor, is executive-produced by Sinyor, Aaron Martin, Ivan Schneeberg and David Fortier, and is produced by Temple Street Productions in association with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Temple Street Productions is an award-winning independent production and distribution company based in Toronto, Canada, which counts among its productions �Billable Hours� (Showcase), �How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?� (CBC), �Canada's Next Top Model� (CityTV/A), �Spoiled Rotten� (Slice), �Mr. Friday� (Slice), �Queer As Folk� (Showtime, Showcase), �Darcy's Wild Life� (NBC, Discovery Kids, Family Channel, Nick UK) and �Blueprint for Disaster� (Discovery). The series is distributed by BBC Worldwide.