From the executive producers of 'My So-Called Life', the multi Emmy Award-winning television series finally comes to video, 25 years after its original broadcast. In 1987, we were introduced to a group of couples, a group of friends... "thirtysomethings". A dream cast of characters that, from the very first episode, resonated with a nation who knew these people all too well. Michael and Hope Steadman, the suburban "new parent" poster children; Elliot and Nancy Weston, a couple whose marriage is falling apart; Gary Shepard, the perpetually "twentysomething" thirtysomething; Melissa Steadman, Michael's cousin who is a struggling artist; and Ellyn Warren, the driven but restless career-chaser. 'thirtysomething' channelled the consciousness of baby boomers into a running commentary on what it really meant to be on the cusp of success and failure, marriage and divorce, adulthood and parenthood.