Ok, the first episode starts excellently - a young professional layer woman who thinks she has everything, experiences the worst shock of her life. She catches her gorgeous fiance (by the way, in every respect above her league), from a powerful and rich family she works for, cheating on her with a handsome woman just before their wedding. And instead of drawing on that shock, disclosing how all their marriage plans and everything else in her workplace was a farce, the writers of the show move immediately focus from that drama to some cute small criminal case, couple of kids from the street helping her, a goofy uninteresting looking colleague lawyer, and bunch of already seen cute but boring characters. Instead of taking a serious revenge of a man who humiliated her so awfully, she focuses on starting some silly childish new firm with the people she has just barely met, and bunch of other cliches, like actually nothing big has happened, and like a new childish firm can be a "player" compared to the corporate empire she had to leave because her fiance could not stay fateful. Really unconvincing plot. The worst thing is that the young layer protagonist all the time has to apologize to everyone for cancelling the wedding, like it was some personal problem of hers. And even worst thing of all is that she continues seeing the cheating boyfriend and keeps talking to him, like they are still all dear friends, and as if he has not just ruined her life and gave her the worst shock and humiliation she could experience. Man, she even does not change her clothes and hair style after the big shock and break of the engagement. One word for this show: boring and predictable. But at the same time, detached from real life. Someone who has invested all her life heavily into building her career would not let some filthy cheating boyfriend ruin all that for her, and leave without any compensation and revenge, like she is just some school girl who has not been invited to the party, so she made one of her one. In which universe a professional world works like this? They used an interesting beginning to end up in bunch of typical predictable situations, who maybe would work better for a comedy, but still would not be believable at all.