Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Written by Richard Lumsden as a vehicle for himself, the British dramedy series Wonderful You zeroed in on a group of aimless friends and siblings in their early thirties. Though generally preoccupied with their own romantic and professional difficulties, the characters spent many of their waking hours brooding over the misadventures of Henry (Lumsden), a bike messenger who aspired to be a singer (the star also wrote his own songs). Since many of the stories dealt with Henry's anguish over reaching his 30th birthday, it was just as well that the series was of brief duration (seven episodes, to be exact). Wonderful You originally aired from March 9 to April 13, 1999.