TV Land's newest series "Younger" poses an interesting question: If you could go back and relive your twenties, would you? Well, if you're like anything like the show's lead character, your answer is an emphatic yes.
On "Younger" — the new series from "Sex and the City" creator Darren Star — 40-year-old Liza (Sutton Foster) adopts a younger identity in order to land a coveted job under Diana Trout (Miriam Shor) and score a date with a hot young guy (Nico Tortorella). But as she soon learns, keeping up with kids these days isn't always so easy.
We recently had the chance to chat with series stars Shor ("The Good Wife," "Damages") and Tortorella ("The Following," "Scream 4") ahead of their wild new show's debut, and they couldn't be more excited for people to see it.
"They can expect to laugh a lot, and they can expect a good time," promises Shor.
"I think you're just really going to root for all these characters," adds Tortorella.
To learn more about their characters, as well as clips from tonight's series premiere of "Younger," be sure to check out our exclusive interview with Tortorella and Shor in the video above.