On one dark, rainy night, Bailey (Katharine Mcphee), an aspiring young country singer, accidentally took shelter at the house of Beau (Eddie Cibrian). Beau, a rugged cowboy with five kids, was unable to take care of his kids after the death of his wife. And the kids too were finding very hard with the loss as well as also coping up with their father’s new girlfriend summer. They were waiting for their nanny and they mistook Bailey as their nanny. Bailey who just had a break up was disheartened and upset and with no place to live, Beau invited her to be their nanny and take care of his kids. And soon Bailey started to become like their family as well as mother figure, navigating them through ups and downs and also finding her passion for music together with the equally musically talented kids.
Get ready for the fun ride with Country Comfort on Netflix, a new comedy family series that sails you to a country life in the early 2000s again. Even though the story is very predictable but still makes you feel connected with the pain, agony and grief of a family going through with the loss of their mother.. It shows positive moral values and a good message in a positive way. A sincere effort to engage family with a series that is funny, emotional with some good music too. The sow is quite similar to Oye Jassie that used to come on Disney. The humour throughout the series is great. There are a lot of emotional and funny moments and the flow of the series is so nice that you would not feel like stopping and watching it in a single go. We’ll definitely recommend you to watch Country Comfort as it’s a nice lighthearted show.