CALL ME KAT completed its first season of a Miranda-ish series minus the star, Miranda.

Each of the 13 episodes of CALL ME KAT did improve as the cast continually found stronger footing. The plot lines got better, and there was more intermittent real laughter throughout the sitcom timeframe. The writers tackled some pretty heavy duty topics from death of a beloved pet, moving in and moving on in relationships, acknowledging your gender preference and wanting children down the road so much so it was natural to freeze your eggs.

All of this was tackled with a strong ensemble of actors led by Mayim Bialik. Who could resist her smile and sheer exuberance for life? My favorite part of the series was whenever Mayim and Cheyenne Jackson broke out in song. They can belt an awesome duet or karaoke competition.

It is not yet decided if CALL ME KAT will be renewed for next year. I am hopeful. I have grown accustomed to their endearing silliness and I am also wishing that Miranda will make a guest appearance at some point since she is an Executive Producer along with Jim Parsons. Now that would be an evening of comedy to remember.

CALL ME KAT is available to stream on FOX.

Esta Rosevear

Esta Rosevear has been a Theatre Arts teacher and director for 35+ years, published Childrenโ€™s author of the Rebecca series, and is passionate about playing her violin, walking, gardening, and reading murder mysteries.

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