It is a series of comedy about a woman named Eve Fletcher, a divorced woman who is experiencing a new life. Eve was able to bring down her only child in college where she began to return home. Eve begins her passionate life as she begins to discover unexpected and exciting possibilities after embracing a new personality in her complicated life.
All together, Mrs. Fletcher is a good story that could have been so much better had they added a few more episodes to properly wrap up the story. As it is, this works mainly as a showcase for Kathryn Hahn to get a lot more leading roles.
Mrs. Fletcher is: another cheapening in a string of cheapenings in [Kathryn] Hahn's career as she rejoins Judy Greer and their posse of undervalued actresses to once again wander the TV wasteland looking for material worthy of their charms.
It's already a remarkable gift to be the actor who nails supporting roles so spectacularly that you wish you could spend more time with those characters, while appreciating that they haven't overstayed their welcome.