ERICA DECIDES TO START TAKING BIGGER RISKS IN HER LIFE, BUT WILL HER
DECISIONS HELP HER CLIMB THE CORPORATE LADDER, OR FALL FLAT ON HER FACE?
A NEW EPISODE OF SOAPNET'S "BEING ERICA," AIRS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10 AT 10PM
Do You Ever Wish You Could Have a Do-Over?
Episode 204 ("Cultural Revolution") � Erica has said "no" one too many times in her life, and now she's ready to take some chances. But when she jumps at a major career opportunity, and travels back to a summer in Taipei, she faces the challenge of knowing the right risks from the wrong ones, on a new episode of "Being Erica," WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10 (10:00 � 11:00 p.m., ET/PT) on SOAPnet.
"Being Erica" follows the life of funny, endearing, candid and sexy 33 year-old Erica Strange, a woman who has been given a wonderful gift. Every episode, Erica goes back to relive a regret from her past, in order to come back and make a positive change in her present. The series stars Erin Karpluk (Erica Strange), and Michael Riley (Dr. Tom). "Being Erica" airs on Wednesdays at 10:00 p.m. on SOAPnet.
"Cultural Revolution" was written by Karen McClellan and directed by Chris Grismer.
The critically acclaimed series brought over half-a-million new viewers to SOAPnet its first season. 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. The critically acclaimed series brought over half-a-million new viewers to SOAPnet its first season.
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