Happy Ending - Netflix

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A drama about a strongly characterized, secretive and broken family finally getting together at last to communicate and harmonize with the death of the father Kim Doo Soo.

Kim Doo Soo is a never-giving up, adventurous and optimistic local newspaper reporter who has guts. At home, he is a patriarchal and dictorial father. Not having been able to connect with his family, Kim Doo Soo brings his broken up family back together again with his dead near.

Happy Ending - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Korean

Status: Ended

Runtime: 65 minutes

Premier: 2012-04-23

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Happy Endings is an American sitcom television series that ran on ABC from April 13, 2011, to May 3, 2013. The single-camera ensemble comedy originally aired as a mid-season replacement with a one-hour premiere of two back-to-back episodes starting at 9:30 pm ET/PT. In the weeks that followed, the show continued to air back-to-back episodes that began airing at 10 pm ET/PT. The show was created by David Caspe, who along with Jonathan Groff (previously a showrunner on Scrubs) served as the show's executive producers and showrunners. On May 10, 2013, Happy Endings was canceled by ABC after three seasons. ABC's erratic scheduling of the third season, perhaps causing the season's lower ratings and subsequent cancellation, was called one of the “worst TV decisions” of the 2012–13 television season by the pop-culture website Vulture.

Happy Ending - Marry Me - Netflix

Marry Me is a sitcom television series created and executive produced by David Caspe that aired on NBC, which premiered on October 14, 2014. It has been implied that both series exist in the same universe. Both shows are set in Chicago and Derrick, a recurring character played by Stephen Guarino, appears on both shows. Three of the original six series regulars on Marry Me – Casey Wilson, Ken Marino and Sarah Wright Olsen – also appeared on Happy Endings, albeit in different roles. John Gemberling, also a series regular, appeared on Happy Endings, however as his character wasn't named — he was merely credited as 'Thief' — it is unclear whether the two characters are considered separate people. In addition, several guest stars on Happy Endings — including Rob Huebel, Nat Faxon and Ryan Hansen — also had guest appearances as different characters on Marry Me.

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