Bang Myung Soo is a popular writer of webtoons. He then writes a webtoon series about his past relationships, specifically his three ex-girlfriends, which includes an older, wealthy divorcee, a chic and successful woman who works at an investment firm, and a third-rate, airhead actress. The webtoon reveals plenty of details about Myung Soo's love life, and it becomes a huge hit. Soon, Myung Soo is considered a cross between Public Enemy Number One and National Heartthrob, and his webtoon gets adapted into a movie.

Kim Soo Jin is a film producer who's prepared to do whatever it takes to save their failing production company. Because of this, she accepts the assignment to produce a webtoon adaptation. But to her horror, Soo Jin belatedly finds out that the webtoon artist is her ex-boyfriend Myung Soo, who is writing about his ex-girlfriends. And as the movie starts shooting, the project also brings Myung Soo's other ex-girlfriends back into his life all at the same time.

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Type: Scripted

Languages: Korean

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2015-05-08

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Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is an American romantic musical comedy-drama television series which premiered on October 12, 2015, on The CW. The series was created by Rachel Bloom and Aline Brosh McKenna, and stars Bloom in the lead role. On April 2, 2018, The CW renewed the series for a fourth and final season. which will premiere on October 12, 2018

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Rachel Bloom as Rebecca Nora Bunch, a lawyer originally from New York City. Rebecca suffers from symptoms of depression and anxiety. She is prone to impulsive decisions and delusions. Rebecca tends to hallucinate when she's under emotional distress. Rebecca uproots her life and relocates to the suburb of West Covina, California, in an attempt to win back her childhood ex-boyfriend, Josh. Intelligent but often lacking awareness of appropriate behavior in a given situation, Rebecca comes across as socially awkward, selfish, self-centered, needy, and eccentric to those around her. In “Josh is Irrelevant,” it is revealed that she was misdiagnosed and Dr. Shin and Dr. Akopian diagnosed her with borderline personality disorder (BPD). Vincent Rodriguez III as Joshua “Josh” Felix Chan, Rebecca's caring yet occasionally dim-witted ex-boyfriend and the object of her affection for much of the series. Josh demonstrates commitment issues in his relationship with Rebecca and is a very oblivious person. Like Rebecca, Josh has a tendency to be self-centered and comes off as such to those around him. Josh has since improved as a person and had apologized to Rebecca for the mistakes he made in their relationship. He is currently on a journey of self discovery as he tries to find his path and what he wants in life. Santino Fontana as Greg Serrano, a smart but underachieving bartender and Josh's best friend, who has complicated feelings for Rebecca. He departs West Covina to attend business school at Emory University, partly as a way to get away from his destructive relationship with Rebecca, despite his feelings for her. Although he struggles with alcoholism throughout season 1, he comes to terms with his addiction in season 2. In “Josh's Ex-Girlfriend Is Crazy,” it is revealed that Greg has a new girlfriend and is doing well. (seasons 1–2) Donna Lynne Champlin as Paula Proctor (née O'Brien), Rebecca's co-worker and new best friend. As a way to distract herself from her own failing marriage, Paula hatches schemes and gives questionable advice in support of Rebecca's pursuit of Josh, mostly to compensate for her lack of fulfillment from not pursuing her dreams when she was younger. She later begins to focus instead on pursuing her law degree. She and Scott have a tendency to be very neglectful parents which is a recurring gag in the show. A unique thing about Paula is that she has a wide array of gadgets at her disposal such as tracking devices that are obtained through various means legal or otherwise and her skills in tracking, spying, hacking, manipulation, blackmailing and coercion. Pete Gardner as Darryl Whitefeather, Rebecca's sentimental, emotional and often clueless boss. A middle-aged divorced dad, he discovers he is bisexual and begins dating Josh Wilson. He is prone to feelings of loneliness and neediness over the fact that he originally lacked strong friendships and real personal connections with others. He later forms friendships with Maya, Nathaniel, Rebecca, and Paula, whom he considers his best friend. Darryl and White Josh are the only consistently stable romantic relationship in the show, though they eventually break up over Darryl's desire to have a baby. Despite having a good heart, Darryl is very forceful and often tries very hard to force his ideas, beliefs, and schemes onto others. Vella Lovell as Heather Davis, Rebecca's “cool” college student neighbor, and later room-mate, who gives sage advice and discovers she has feelings for Greg. She lacks motivation for obtaining any form of achievement or self-sufficiency, due to the fact that her parents encouraged failure and coddled her. In season 3, Heather is forced by her college to graduate despite her wishes, and later becomes a regional manager for three Home Base bars as well as Darryl's surrogate. Gabrielle Ruiz as “Valencia” Maria Perez, Josh's controlling girlfriend and Rebecca's rival for Josh's affections. She initially had a strong resistance to forming relationships with women, as she saw them as competition, making her socially inept and disliked among her female peers. She feels unfulfilled and unsatisfied with her life after having devoted 15 years of her life to her relationship with Josh. A recurring gag in the show is that Valencia is believed to suffer from insecurities over her body image. It has recently been developed that Valencia is bisexual and she is now dating a woman named Beth. They are in a party planning business together. (recurring, season 1; main, seasons 2—present) David Hull as Josh Wilson, Josh Chan's Caucasian friend, usually referred to as “White Josh” or “Whi-Jo”, a laid-back fitness instructor. He begins dating Darryl after the latter comes out as bisexual. Josh Wilson tends to be judgmental yet is one of the most level-headed, rational characters in his social sphere. He and Darryl break up over Darryl's desire to have a baby, but stay on friendly terms. (recurring, seasons 1-2; main, seasons 3—present) Scott Michael Foster as Nathaniel Plimpton III, a successful lawyer and Rebecca's new boss in season 2 after he buys equity in Whitefeather & Associates. He and Rebecca have a complicated relationship due to mutual dislike yet intense physical attraction to one other, and explore a relationship through part of season 3. He possesses an inferiority complex, feeling that he needs to live up to his father's expectations; he tends to become self-loathing and defeatist when he fails to do so. Nathaniel is somewhat sociopathic because he initially didn't have any qualms about doing things that would be deemed by most as evil. (recurring, season 2; main, seasons 3—present)

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