“Traffic Light” Debuts On Fox

February 9th, 2011 - 8:51 pm ICT by GD  

By Meena Kar
ttlFeb 9, (THAINDIAN NEWS) The Fox Channel gifted its viewers with yet another comedy drama, “Traffic Light”, that premiered yesterday 21:30 p.m. The show depicts the complications and occasional simplicity of a city life, revolving around urban and modern values. Although the plot seems to be very serious, the show has several elements of humor and fun.

The story of “Traffic Light” centers around the life of three friends from college, namely, Mike (David Denman), Ethan (Kris Marshall) and Adam (Nelson Franklin), who have been the best friends in college and has been beside each other through every thick and thin. The three characters are now in their thirties, happily established in their own way, but still want to examine their life a bit more. Each of them has their own unique complications. Mike is already married and is a settled lawyer, although he is a very loving husband and a good father, somewhere he feels that he is in need of more liberty and freedom. Similarly, Adam is still a committed bachelor, who just moved in with his girl friend. He realizes the difference between seeing someone and living with someone. Similarly, Ethan, who has been a flirtatious boy all throughout his youth, realizes that his “pool of available” women is slowly reducing, as he is now in his thirties.

Liza Lapira, who plays the wife of Mike in the show, feels that the show has been named in the right way, because, each of the character’s life can be symbolized by the three colors of the traffic light. According to her, Ethan, who is yet to start his life, symbolizes green; Mike, who is already established with the basic necessities of life, is saturated and hence, his life depicts red; while the situation in case of Adam, is still dicey, as he is not married but committed. Since destiny can take his life to other directions too, he signifies yellow.

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