American Woman, Season 1

American Woman, Season 1

American Woman

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 2018-06-07
  • Episodes: 4
  • iTunes Price: USD 19.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 19.99


Inspired by the real-life upbringing of co-executive producer Kyle Richards (The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills), this new half-hour series follows Bonnie (Alicia Silverstone), an unconventional mother struggling to raise her two daughters after leaving her husband amid the rise of second-wave feminism in the 1970’s. With the help of her two best friends, Kathleen (Mena Suvari) and Diana (Jennifer Bartels), these three women each discover their own brand of independence in a glamorous and ever-changing world reluctant to give it.


Title Time Price
1 Pilot 24:07 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
2 Changes and The New Normal 26:16 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
3 The Party 20:59 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
4 American Woman: Trailer 01:56 Free Buy on iTunes



  • Better than expected

    By LA City Girl
    I was torn considering the reviews. I'm glad I did not listen to them. I love the characters, the fashion, and most importantly the message. The acting is great. Alicia Silverstone's character is fantastic. She does a great job portraying a mother considering the last movie I saw from her was Clueless. I'm looking forward to seeing more.
  • Not worth the watch

    By sarahlouis92
    Honestly not a good show at all, they jump into the story line in the beginning way to quickly without actually really introducing the characters; the acting is sub par, just like the production and idea of the show. Not at all what I had hoped for.
  • Very entertaining

    By thirtyone
    Alicia is brilliant. So fun to watch. I ‘m looking forward to seeing the stories unfold.
  • 👎🏼

    By Wyverncreature
  • Great cast and fun time period!

    By DallasJayBoy
    These characters seem fresh, and I look forward to seeing how the season unfolds! Alicia Silverstone looks amazing for this role. What could better than Beverly Hills in the mid seventies, with a dash of “girl power”. We need fun shows like this that don’t bore you with offices or war or horror, instead give a glimpse into a show that has drama, comedy, and a lot of great hair, great music, and ensemble cast that plays seems to act naturally on set. Overall: refreshing, and fun…not too serious, which is good this day in talking about wars, politics or religion.
  • Underwhelming

    By LadyHoliday
    With the hype behind this I was quite underwhelmed. It was stale. I found nothing funny if this is supposed to be a comedy. Certainly not worth the family feud this show caused for Kyles family. Moving on...
  • Not must see TV

    By D 1 Xfactor
    I watched the first episode of the series and that was enough for me. The writing was pitiful. And it’s a comedy/drama tv show and yet it was not funny. With all the hype Kyle Richards put out there for this show I was surprised how stale it was. I was underwhelmed the whole 30 mins.
  • Love!

    By JennyAHansen
    I didn't know what to expect, and I love it. The cast was a great suprise and I look forward to seeing wear how the story line and characters evolve. Deep yet subtle pain and understanding what it's like to be a woman with children.
  • Classy and waiting to watch more

    By Haileehampton
    A refreshing tv series with a classy touch and had me gripped to watch what is to follow. Kyle excellent job and hope your sisters love you enough to support you on a creative project. I’m extremely close to my mother and understand the connection. Well done!
  • More Lifetime movie than Mad Men

    By 700 Pages
    This wants to be another Mad Men, but it's not. It just doesn't work, they tried to make it a lifetime movie about different times, and remind you it's in the 70's by hammering you with obvious references now and then, rather than subtly blending in issues of inequality into a well written period piece. To make it worse (more annoying) Alicia Silverstone's exaggerated lip movement might have been cute when she was 18 and doing music videos, but now it comes across as just desperate, and it's not a replacement for good acting.