Lucky 7 Preview: Watch These People Win The Lottery
Capping off ABC's line-up of all new programming on Tuesday nights is Lucky 7, an hour-long drama series based on a British show called The Syndicate, about a group of seven gas station employees in Queens, NY who hit the lotto after years of pooling their money and never thinking they'd actually win. The above clip shows us that winning moment as the various employees watch the numbers called out and realize that their luck has finally turned around.
Money isn't everything, but it sure does help, especially for people earning minimum wage at a local gas station, I'd expect. Given their screaming reactions to winning the lotto, it's clear their lives will be drastically altered by this windfall, but for better or worse? The series' description teases budding romances that will develop and secrets that come to the surface in the aftermath of their win.
Here's a bit of information about the cast of characters and their varying life situations:
Money changes things, that's for sure. As exciting as it is to think about how this lotto win might improve these characters' lives, it seems just as likely that the money will also bring new challenges to deal with. And that's where the drama comes in. Which of these characters will be able to hold onto the money and which will end up back where they started or worse?
Here's the preview that debuted back in May:
Lucky 7 premieres Tuesday, September 24 at 10:00 p.m. on ABC.
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