[FIRST LOOK] ‘The Ms. Pat Show’ Season 2 Comes This August To BET+

The Ms. Pat Show is gearing up to release a brand new season on BET+.  The multi-camera sitcom is inspired the the stand up comedy of the very funny Atlanta comedienne, Patricia “Ms. Pat” Williams, as well as her memoir.  The Ms. Pat Show season 2 premieres on BET+ on August 11th.

The full cast includes J. Bernard Calloway, Tami Roman, Theodore Barnes, Briyana Guadalupe, Vince Swann, and Brittany Inge along with Ms. Pat.  Ms. Pat Show season 2 directors include Debbie Allen, Tasha Smith, Mary Lou Belli, Kelly Park, and Henry Chan.

Season 2 will feature 10 episodes.

Here’s your first look at season 2 of The Ms. Pat Show:


The Ms. Pat Show season 2 synopsis

Fresh off an explosive critically acclaimed first season that scored a 100 percent on the Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer, Pat and her lovable family return for a second season August 11. The “grown folks sitcom,” complete with unfiltered language, is based on Pat’s incredible real life story of a teen mom and former convicted felon from inner city Atlanta turned suburban Indiana mom. Season 2 of The Ms. Pat Show, which has already taken on profound topics including non-binary pronouns, school shootings, drug addiction, racism and child abuse, finds the Carson Family moving from a period of adjusting to a white suburban neighborhood, into a season of growth in these new surroundings. This modern, multi-generational African American family, navigating life’s twists and turns against the backdrop of current cultural chaos, explores self-love and past traumas. Most importantly, Pat confronts her own demons with plenty of laughs and even a few tears along the way, as only she can do.

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