The single-season series also features of whopping number of cameos, including Jason Ritter and Weird Al. I’m pretty sure this has appeared on list after list of must-watch shows on Netflix, but I would be remiss if I didn’t give it another shout-out. However, it’s irreverent and quirky in all the right ways, and it even shares a leading lady (Portia de Rossi) with was the late Robin Williams’ last show.Both are worth a revisit, as they get better with time.Their songs are silly, awkward, and smart, but these two don’t take themselves too seriously.
In season 2, Abigail shows her nice and sweet side to Tara but Tara doesn't trust Abigail after last year.
Tara and Abigail hug each other when they are at Sammy's memorial.
centers on a group of teens training at the National Academy for Dance, vying to one day join the National Ballet in Australia.
You’re bound to identify or root for at least one of the characters: dreamy and determined Tara (Xenia Goodwin), bossy and intense Abigail (Dena Kaplan), bubbly and adventurous Kat (Alicia Banit), good-hearted Sammy (Tom Green), or rebel without a cause Christian (Jordan Rodrigues, who you might recognize from the most recent season of ).
Kat was Tara's partner for the trapeze act and when Kat had to catch Tara she said, "I've got you, T! " When the two finish the act and fall into the trampoline, they are seen giving an dramatic hug, therefore, signaling that they are best friends again.
Tara even gives Kat her blessing to date Christian.
Topics touch on everything from fertility treatments to Peter Pan syndrome.
There’s also an episode where they try to see how long they can go without saying a single word on a date (trust me, though, it works).
Tara is lucky enough to have been born with a body that's almost perfectly suited to ballet; however compared to the other dancers, she is far behind in her training.