no-tomorrow-tv-series-on-the-cw-season-one-key-art-canceled-or-renewed-e1472497902540No Tomorrow is the story of girl meeting boy… a boy who happens to be the girl’s crush. Fate brings the two together and hijinx ensue after the girl (aka Evie) learns that the boy (aka Xavier but pronounced Zavier) believes the world is going to come to an end in 8 months time. His belief that the world is going to end has made him adventurous and spontaneous which completely contradicts Evie’s timid and safe life. As they say, opposites attract and the two begin their adventure together.

The entire cast is full of fresh faces that I haven’t seen before, save for Joshua Sasse who played the title character in the musical TV series Galavant (an underrated show that I already desperately miss). Sasse doesn’t scratch the Galavant itch for me and I wasn’t intentionally following his career post-Galavant but I’m happy to see him in something else that I could potentially enjoy going forward.

Tori Anderson is really charming and delightful as Evie. She emotes incredibly well and I completely buy her as the character. She’s honestly just lovely and her smile and charisma is infectious.

No Tomorrow is a fun, cute little rom com. It’s incredibly hokey and doesn’t have a ton of moments that make me laugh out loud but it is nonetheless endearing and I’ve enjoyed it so far.

And THIS is hokey but the whole thing got me on a list kick (I love lists like ughhhhhh) and inspired me to start writing out things that I want to do in my life. Life’s too short to just always sit on the couch and watch Netflix (but honestly I love it so let’s not get TOO judgey here…) so it felt nice to jot down ideas for BIG things to do as I watched the show. Like in the show, I think I’ll add some small, silly things in there too to do on a more frequent basis but I love the concept of making sure you get around to doing all of the things you want to in life and allow yourself to truly live

The episodes aren’t all on Netflix but they’re releasing regularly once a week. The show doesn’t require cable and any other subscription other than one you probably already have (because really, who doesn’t have Netflix at this point??) so why not take a chance on a show that you may find as delightful as I have after a mere two episodes.

Stephanie Cooke
Stephanie is a Toronto based writer and editor. She's a comic book fan, avid gamer, movie watcher, lover of music, and sarcasm. She is a purveyor of too many projects and has done work for Talking Comics,, Agents of Geek, Word of the Nerd, C&G Magazine, Dork Shelf, and more. Her writing credits include "Home Sweet Huck" (Mark Millar's Millarworld Annual 2017), "Lungarella (Secret Loves of Geek Girls, 2016), "Behind Enemy Linens" (BLOCKED Anthology, 2017), "Home and Country" (Toronto Comics Anthology, 2017) and more to come. You can read more about her shenanigans over on her <a href="">personal web site</a>.

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