Okay, here’s something that could make you have an identity crisis. Quarterlife, the Internet series chronicling the lives of twentysomethings trying to find themselves, had a brief and glorious moment on NBC — and garnered dismal ratings. Now the network confirms the series is moving to Bravo. A source close to the show explains that while the show’s run on NBC was a valiant experiment, the indie-ish cable network seems like a better fit for the series. Quarterlife, which originally premiered as 36 eight-minute Webisodes, was refashioned for its broadcast debut as six 1-hour episodes. A date for its Bravo premiere has yet to be announced. Poor Dylan! Now she’ll have one more thing to agonize over!
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