When Sheila (Swoosie Kurtz) needs to renew her driver’s licence, Kat (Mayim Bialik) tries to find out why she won’t go take the test.
In the meantime, Max (Cheyenne Jackson) finally sells a song to be used in a national commercial, but it ends up becoming a big joke online in the all-new “Call Me Skeeter Juice” episode of CALL ME KAT haired on Thursday, October 6. Despite the group’s scepticism, Phil (Leslie Jordan) urges them to try his mama’s moonshine.
The Cast of Call Me Kat Season 3 Part 2
Kat is portrayed by Mayim Bialik, Sheila by Swoosie Kurtz, Max by Cheyenne Jackson, Randi by Kyla Pratt, Phil by Leslie Jordan, and Carter by Julian Gant.
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Guest Cast of Call Me Kat Season 3 Part 2
the actors Paul Diaz as Gregg, James Marshall as Matt, and Jay Linzy as Darren
Nominated for an Emmy Call Me Kat is based on Miranda Hart’s “Miranda,” a popular British television programme. Mayim Bialik, an Emmy Award nominee, plays a positive and vivacious woman who constantly defies social norms and her mother’s wishes to show that one may live a happy and satisfying life on one’s own terms.
KAT (Mayim Bialik), who had owned and operated the cat café for a few years, made the decision that she needed some time away to regroup.
This season, after spending a few months travelling the globe, she returns feeling rejuvenated and prepared to decide what she wants out of life and whether or not becoming a mother is in her destiny. RANDI (Kyla Pratt) and PHIL (Emmy Award winner Leslie Jordan) managed the café while she was abroad while also making some improvements.
While Phil becomes more open to romance in his life, Randi continues to date CARTER (Julian Gant), who owns the neighbourhood bar right next door. However, their relationship is being tested by Randi’s newfound love for her job.
After spending time in Nashville pursuing his music career, MAX (Cheyenne Jackson) returns with cowboy boots and a large ego. The mother of Kat, SHEILA (Emmy, Tony, and Golden Globe nominee Swoosie Kurtz), is back and dealing with all the difficulties of ageing in the most elegant southern style.
CALL ME KAT is produced by That’s Wonderful Productions, Sad Clown Productions, and the Los Angeles production division of BBC Studios in collaboration with FOX Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television.
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Executive producers and co-showrunners are Jim Patterson and Maria Ferrari. Executive producers on the project include Jim Parsons and Todd Spiewak (That’s Wonderful Productions), Mayim Bialik (Sad Clown Productions), Miranda Hart, and Angie Stephenson (BBC Studios).
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