The Big C‘s fourth and final season has yet to secure a premiere date, but it has obtained a brand-new name.
Titled The Big C: Hereafter, the four-episode event will conclude the story of Laura Linney’s cancer-battling Cathy and those who have stood by her side over the past three seasons. It will also introduce two new characters in guest stars Kathy Najimy and Isaac Mizrahi, Showtime announced Thursday.
Najimy joins the series’ farewell run as Cathy’s no-nonsense therapist, who will help her come to grips with the challenges ahead. Mizrahi, »
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