Everyone wants to be, already is, or has been famous. Debora Quake is famous. Clinging on to her youth, decaf latte and just about anyone she can get her hands on as she stumbles her way through presenting the nation’s ailing television breakfast show: Breaking Fast. The show’s ratings, like her career, are on the decline yet it is only her and her accomplice, Norwich Parker, the show’s production manager who won’t wake up and smell the coffee. Norwich doesn’t wake up at all, which for those that know her and her archaic views, isn’t always a bad thing. It is down to Duncan, his two best friends, and the rest of the studio show runners, to ensure Debora is TV-ready each morning no matter what she quite literally throws at them. Overworked, overtired and underpaid, the runners strive for satisfaction elsewhere whilst meeting the world’s elitists in entertainment along the way. Some even find love.