“,” television’s first “polyromantic comedy,” infuses the grounded and relatable sensibilities of an indie rom-com with a distinctive twist. What begins as an impulsive “date” between suburban husband Jack (Greg Poehler, “Welcome to Sweden”) and neophyte escort Izzy (Priscilla Faia, “Rookie Blue”) spins into a whirlwind three-way affair including Jack’s wife Emma (Rachel Blanchard, “Fargo”), who’s been keeping secrets of her own. Their “arrangement” soon breaks free of its financial bonds to become something else entirely – a real romance with real stakes involving three real people – confronting viewers with a compelling question: What if your best, truest, happiest life looked nothing like you thought it would? Would you be brave enough to live it? Inspired by an article in Playboy magazine written by John Richardson, “ ” was created and written by Executive Producer and showrunner John Scott Shepherd, author of “Henry’s List of Wrongs” and creator of “The Days” (ABC) and “Save Me” (NBC) and was directed entirely by Nisha Ganatra (“Transparent,” “Shameless,” “Married”).