"Best Friends Forever" (NBC TV show), aka "BFF," is a single-camera comedy that takes a look at what happens when best friends promise to support each other — no matter what the cost or circumstances. When Jessica's (Jessica St. Clair, "In the Motherhood") husband files for divorce, she immediately seeks comfort and flies across the country to move back in with her best friend, Lennon (Lennon Parham, "Accidentally on Purpose"). Unfortunately, Lennon's boyfriend, Joe (Luka Jones, Upright Citizens Brigade), has just moved into the apartment and has turned Jessica's old room into his perfect home office. As Lennon and Jessica fall into their old routines — beloved traditions, "Steel Magnolia" marathons and epic girl-talk sessions — Joe begins to feel as if he's the odd man out. While Lennon struggles to find balance between her previous life with Jessica and her new life with Joe, Jessica's reentry to single life is complicated by the unresolved feelings that an old friend, Rav (Stephen Schneider, "The Funniest Movie Ever…Just Kidding"), has for her and the fact that pleated khakis aren't the most flattering single girl look.

The "Best Friends Forever" cast includes Lennon Parham, Jessica St. Clair and Stephen Schneider.

The "Best Friends Forever" TV show is produced by Universal Media Studios and American Work. The pilot is written by Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair, who also serve as executive producers, along with Scot Armstrong ("Old School," "The Hangover Part II") and Ravi Nandan ("Off Duty") are the executive producers. Fred Savage ("Party Down") directed the pilot.

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Network: NBC
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: April 4, 2012
Seasons: 1
Production Companies:
American Work
Universal Media Studios

NBC to Premiere 3 New Comedies This Spring — The network will debut "Bent," "Best Friends Forever" and "Betty White's Off Their Rockers," while "Community" will return to the Thursday schedule. Read more...

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