“Odd Mom Out” is created by and stars Jill Kargman, who plays a satirical version of herself trying to coexist with the demanding hierarchy of New York’s exclusive Upper East Side ecosystem. Also starring Abby Elliott, Andy Buckley, KK Glick, Sean Kleier, and Joanna Cassidy, season two features even more outrageous antics as the gang tries to redefine themselves and find happiness.
Episode 201: The High Road
Premieres Monday, June 20th at 10pm ET/PT
Jill dips her toe back in the work world by visiting the fashion magazine where she used to work. But her excitement at being welcomed back with open arms is short-lived.
Episode 202: Fasting and Furious
Premieres Monday, June 27 at 10pm ET/PT
It’s Yom Kippur and Jill’s parents come to town — to atone, and to take care of a matter of life and death.
Episode 203: Hamming It Up
Premieres Wednesday, July 6th at 10pm ET/PT *SPECIAL NIGHT*
Jill and Vanessa — tired of being the last people on Earth not to have seen “Hamilton” — go on a desperate quest to get tickets in time for Lin Manuel Miranda’s last performance.
Bravo Media’s original scripted comedy series “Odd Mom Out” returns for a second season on Monday, June 20 at 10pm ET/PT. The critically acclaimed series is created by and stars Jill Kargman, who plays a satirical version of herself trying to coexist with the demanding hierarchy of New York’s exclusive Upper East Side ecosystem. Also starring Abby Elliott, Andy Buckley, KK Glick, Sean Kleier, and Joanna Cassidy, this season features even more outrageous antics as the gang tries to redefine themselves and find happiness.
Guest starring this season is Drew Barrymore (“Charlie’s Angels,” “Blended”) as Meredith, an irreverent neighbor who survives a historic blizzard with Jill and Andy, and Blythe Danner (“I’ll See You in My Dreams,” “Madoff”) who is cast as Jill’s mom, Sarah Kaplan.
This season, Jill decides it’s time to return to her job at the fashion magazine, where she soon butts heads with her former boss—who also happens to be her former nemesis. As Jill tries to reboot her career, Andy takes time off to care for the kids, quickly learning that being Mr. Mom is harder than he thought. Brooke is healing from Lex’s affair by milking him of millions in start-up money for her new passion project, an elegant accessories line. For his part, Lex has returned from Burning Man a reborn “brohemian,” claiming to have a greater conscience and a single-minded determination to win Brooke back. All the while, Vanessa continues to provide a comical constant for Jill, keeping her grounded through the unique trials and tribulations of navigating upscale Manhattan.
“Odd Mom Out” marks Bravo’s highest-rated new series launch in 2015. In its premiere season, the show averaged 958,000 total viewers and 568,000 in adults 18-49. In addition, “Odd Mom Out” stands as 2015’s most upscale new scripted comedy series on ad-supported cable, as well as ranking higher than any other new Bravo series for Video On Demand transactions.
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Ken Druckerman, Banks Tarver, Jill Kargman, Tim Piper, Daniel Rosenberg, Tony Hernandez, and Julie Rottenberg & Elisa Zuritsky (“Smash,” “Sex and the City”) serve as executive producers. “Odd Mom Out” is a production of Left/Right Productions, Piro, and Jax Media.