You Me Her revolves around a suburban married couple who enters a triad romantic relationship.
So “Bisexual Love Triangle” is a gimme.
Suburban Jack goes on an impulsive date with neophyte escort Izzy. Ten days later, Jack and his wife, Emma, are dating Izzy, and they’re a throuple. As it turns out, it’s a lot harder to keep the magic going with three people involved, and when they come out to their friends, they have to wonder if they really are happy together.
In the second season, Emma starts to have serious doubts if she wants to continue. Does she want to have a baby? Jack does, and Izzy’s in, but Emma is only sure that she isn’t sure about anything. And then … she leaves them.
What happens now?