Mayim Bialik’s upcoming programme Call Me Kat, based on the Big Bang Theory, has a new showrunner with an outstanding resume.
Following Darlene Hunt’s resignation, Alissa Neubauer will head the Fox comedy’s second season, according to The Wrap.
Neubauer worked closely on Two and a Half Men, eventually rising to the position of co-producer. Her most recent project was Mom, on which she also worked as a co-executive producer.
Call Me Kat is based on the BBC sitcom Miranda, which featured Miranda Hart, Tom Ellis from Lucifer, and Sarah Hadland. The eponymous woman quits her position as a University of Louisville lecturer to establish a cat café with the money her parents had set aside for her wedding.
Will her running a business persuade them that she doesn’t need a guy to live a happy life? Julian Gant (Real Steel), Swoosie Kurtz (Pushing Daisies), Kyla Pratt (Doctor Dolittle), Cheyenne Jackson (American Horror Story), and Leslie Jordan (Will & Grace) feature in the film, which Bialik produces alongside her former co-star Jim Parsons.
Fox announced last month that the programme has been renewed for a second season, with Michael Thorn, the network’s president of entertainment, making the news.
“Mayim, Cheyenne, Swoosie, Leslie, Kyla, and Julian are thrilled to be returning for Call Me Kat’s second season. We have such a wonderful rapport that the audience and we both admire “he exclaimed
“I’d like to applaud this wonderful cast and our wonderful Warner Bros. collaborators for delivering the season’s No. 1 new comedy on behalf of everyone at Fox.”
In the United States, CBS broadcasted The Big Bang Theory. The entire boxset is now available on DVD and Blu-ray.
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