Jenna (Danielle Nicolet), a 34 year-old up-and-coming blogger, decides to become celibate when she finds her body count is starting to trump her age. Using her blog as encouragement for her newly adapted sex diet and also as a sounding board for her girlfriends’ often amusing “sexcapades,” Jenna is determined to make the blog a success and transform her friends in the process.
Jenna’s BFF & roommate Kelly (Gabrielle Dennis), an image brand consultant/publicist, is known equally for her success and ratchet taste in men. Her ‘sophista-ratchetness’ tends to get the best of her, as she is constantly stepping down the career ladder to rescue a struggling man. Fortunately, as the product of a single parent home, Kelly knows the importance of letting nothing get in the way of her success.
Sleeping rent-free on Kelly & Jenna’s couch is, Tara (Eva Marcille), Kelly’s ultra-needy client. Tara is a prime example of how the millennial generation sees themselves. She wants to be famous and will stop at nothing to get there- -except get a real job. Tara is very attractive and would rather spend time between acting gigs finding her next suitor of the month to pay her bills.
And just as Jenna is settling into her new found virginity, in comes her new fine-as-wine neighbor Donovan (Tank). Single, successful and interested will he be the one that Jenna breaks her vow for? (Source: TV One)
As Kelly tries to adhere to her Aunt Velma’s unique funeral wishes, she has to come to terms with her feelings of loss and also deal with her grieving mother’s determination to take over the service and make it traditional and ‘appropriate.’ Jenna tries to use Velma’s funeral to take her relationship with Donovan to the next level, but her plans are interrupted when her parents put all of their crazy on display for Donovan to see. Tara prepares for a zombie apocalypse detective role that would cause her to move to Los Angeles.