THE SEASON TWO PREMIERE OF SOAPNET'S "BEING ERICA" AIRS JANUARY 20 AT 10PM ET/PT
After Slowly Getting Her Life on Track, Will Erica Lose It All
When She Learns of the Mysteries Surrounding Dr. Tom's Troubled Past?
Catch an Encore Presentation of the Entire First Season in Order
With "A Being Erica Do-Over" Marathon, Sunday, January 17 from 11AM-12AM ET/PT
Episode 201 ("Being Dr. Tom") � When we first met Erica Strange a year ago, she was single, working a dead-end job, and had little hope for the future. A "chance" meeting with the mysterious Dr. Tom altered her life when he began allowing her to travel back in time to make some changes and get a "do-over" with her past regrets. She relived a high school dance, went back to the moment when she lost her virginity, faced off against an intimidating college professor and even revisited her Bat Mitzvah. But when Erica defied Dr. Tom's trust by attempting to change the circumstances surrounding the death of her brother, Leo, she was left at a crossroads, not knowing if she'd ever see her therapist again.
In Season Two, Erica is worldlier, more accountable and more experienced in the ways of time travel and therapy. As she continues to move forward in her journey, she will come to understand that changing her life isn't a quick fix. It involves facing an ever-expanding series of challenges. In the premiere, Dr. Naadiah takes over Erica's therapy, sending her back to a bar in 1998, where she meets a younger, troubled Dr. Tom. A glimpse into his past makes Erica realize it's now her turn to lend a helping hand, on the season premiere of "Being Erica," WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20 (10:00 � 11:00 p.m., ET/PT) on SOAPnet.
"Being Dr. Tom" was written by Aaron Martin & Jana Sinyor and directed by Alex Chapple.
To catch new viewers up, SOAPnet is also re-airing the entire first season in order, with the "Winter Warm Up" Marathon, SUNDAY, JANUARY 17 FROM (11AM-12AM ET/PT).
The series stars Erin Karpluk (Erica), Dr. Tom (Michael Riley) and Tyron Leitso (Ethan). 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 and BBC Worldwide. Temple Street Productions is a leading independent production company based in Toronto, Canada. A selection of Temple Street's past and present productions include: "Being Erica" (CBC, BBC Worldwide, SOAPnet, E4), "Angel on Campus" (Family Channel, BBC Worldwide), "Canada's Next Top Model" (CTV), "How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria?" (CBC), "Billable Hours" (Global, Showcase), "Queer As Folk" (Showtime, Showcase) and "Darcy's Wild Life" (NBC, Discovery Kids, Family Channel). The series is distributed by BBC Worldwide. It brought over half-a-million new viewers to SOAPnet its first season.
For more information on "Being Erica," go to www.soapnet.com/beingerica.