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“A terrible thing has happened,” Rob tells Sharon in the first episode.
“Let’s make the best of it.”Horgan, who is forty-five, and Delaney, who is thirty-nine, are happily married to other people, and both have children.
”In early March, as the four-month shoot for “Divorce” was entering its final days, Horgan was sitting on a couch in a windowless editing room in Greenpoint.
She wore an off-white T-shirt tucked into well-fitting jeans, and white booties.
On the couch’s arm, she had placed her phone and a copy of “Brooklyn,” the novel by her compatriot Colm Tóibín.
” had divorced mothers as protagonists, but the breakups were barely addressed: the focus was on the women moving on with their lives.
More recently, such shows as “The New Adventures of Old Christine” and “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce” have treated divorce as a fresh start or a traumatic adventure—the spiritual equivalent of a rough cleanse.“Divorce” stays mired in the angry muck.
However, she has admitted the experience has been emotional.
It has proven difficult to leave her son, whom she and Robin have joint custody of, while she goes off to work because he's more aware of her going away now that he's older.'It's the challenge of being a working mother and it's the first time he ever said that to me because I did work when he was a baby but now he is more aware of everything, so what are you going to do?
The editor, a bespectacled Frenchwoman named Agnès Challes-Grandits, stood in front of four desktop monitors on the other side of the room, clicking away.