Amy Huberman (Striking Out, The Clinic) created, wrote, and stars in this quirky, life-affirming Irish comedy. Routine-loving Joy is having a tough time after a messy breakup with her live-in boyfriend, when a promotion forces her to replace her network's star vlogger, The Happiness Hunter. This unwanted promotion throws Joy firmly out of her OCD level of control, as she learns about the crazy, uncomfortable and new-age methods people use to find joy in their daily lives. 6 episodes, 3 hrs, 1 DVD
Episode 1: Feel the Fear
After a messy breakup, routine-loving Joy is having a tough time—which only gets worse when she's recruited to replace her work's star vlogger, the Happiness Hunter.
Episode 2: Boundaries
Having survived her first segment, Joy is assigned to participate in a wrestling match. Meanwhile, she interviews potential new housemates, aided by her friend Trish.
Episode 3: Letting Go
Still feeling lonely, Joy attends a spiritual wellness retreat called the Happy Place, where she is forced to leave behind her literal and figurative baggage.
Episode 4: Love the One You're With
Following a one-night stand, Joy doesn't feel ready to start dating again. After interviewing couples for the vlog, Joy plans a double date with her housemate, Amelia.
Episode 5: Growing Pains
Joy has a new outlook on life and is finally enjoying her job, but then she blows off Trish and takes a hot yoga class—also attended by Aidan's new girlfriend.
Episode 6: The Beginning of the End
Joy is at a breaking point: her yoga meltdown is all over social media, Aidan is gone, and Amelia is off to Bali. Then Trish goes into labor the day of the news awards.
Behind the Scenes: Go behind the scenes with cast and crew to learn about the characters, the writing process, filming in Ireland, and more. (33 min.)
Run Time: 2 ½ hours
Number of discs: 1
Foreign Language Subtitles: No
Color or B&W: Color
Region Code: 1
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Audio Format: 5.1 Dolby Digital
Content Disclaimer: Contains strong language and sexual situations
Starring: Amy Huberman, Aisling Bea , Lochlann O'Mearáin
"A charmer…[Huberman] has warm, almost effortless likeability in spades" — Irish Independent