Young & Hungry
Young & Hungry Two worlds collide when Josh, a wealthy young tech entrepreneur, meets Gabi,
a feisty young food blogger, looking to be his personal chef. Gabi is desperate for the job and must
prove herself, mostly to Josh’s aide, who prefers a famous chef for the job.
When Josh enlists Gabi to prepare a romantic meal for him and his girlfriend, the dinner goes awry and
Gabi finds herself in a very awkward position. With the help of her best friend Sofia and Josh’s
housekeeper, Gabi turns a difficult situation into an opportunity for employment and maybe even love.
Gabi gets some much needed help and advice from Josh’s assistant and his housekeeper.
A hilarious vessel for Emily Osment (always has been one of my favorites). Emily gets to show herself as
the young adult that she is now and Y&H is filled with adult innuendo (as I said – Emily is no kid anymore and the rest of the world is all the better for it).
Young & Hungry
This group’s on-screen chemistry is evident – they are fabulous together and their comedic timing is impeccable. Their characters are each their own people and I can’t wait to see what happens to each of them from one week to the next.
I’m glad that they chose to develop Aimee’s character as she is definitely able to pull it off. I certainly want to see more about what happens with Sofia. The same for the characters of Rex and Kym. They are all a howl to watch.