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8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
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About this title

Storyline

Abby, a 45-year-old self-identified fat, queer dyke whose misfortune and despair unexpectedly lead her to a vibrantly transformative relationship. Chicago improv mainstay Abby McEnany co-created/stars in this uniquely human comedy series.

Country: United States

Type: scripted

Status: Current

Language: English

Release Date: December 8, 2019

Also Known As: Nedokoncano delo, Work in Progress |  See more »

Parents Guide: France (Tous publics), Germany (12) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

lgbt

Company Credits

Production Co: Circle of Confusion, Showtime Networks

Cast

Kate James
as Miriam
Rae Nering
as Campbell's Date
Marcel Wilks
as Wedding Minister
E.R. Fightmaster
as Alexis
Maizie Landfear
as 1st Grade Abby/1st & 4th Grade Abby
Izzie Rose
as Explorer Gal #2
Colleen Coleman
as Colleen
Sarah Wisterman
as Lula
Jessica Conover
as Teacher #2
Jerome Riley Jr.
as Barista
Terrence Carey
as Sales Clerk
Paul Grondy
as Jags
Butch Jerinic
as Teacher #1
Christopher Kahler
as Diner patron
Toney Gracen Araujo
as DJ
Fiona Clements
as 12th Grade Abby/12th Grade Alison
Carina Shero
as Femme Fatale #2
Tyler Davis
as Jamal
Hans Dieter Wolff
as Germaphobe
Aditi Gadhvi
as Goggles Kid
Katie Klein
as Simone Schaefer
Eva Saha
as Book Club Babe
Sean James William Parris
as Dr. Walters
Maggie Scrantom
as Charlotte
Sean Escamilla Zielinski
as Kurt
Emily Muller
as Contented Woman
Squeek Rangel
as Short Perm
Parker Guidry
as Lark
Marssie Mencotti
as Wendy
Celeste Pechous
as Campbell
Kelli Simpkins
as Dr. Kate Slattery
Julia Sweeney
as Julia
Colleen Bruton
as Firecakes Barista
Tran Tien
as Workshop Leader
Coco Diaz
as Woman at Scale
Mickey R. Mahoney
as Station Cop
Riley Mondragon
as Trans-Woman
Tim Paul
as Brennan
Amanda Blake Davis
as Mild-Mannered Woman
Charin Alvarez
as Nun
Greg Hess
as VO Narrator
Samantha Grisafe
as Earnest Lesbian #2
T.J. Jagodowski
as Death
Michael Brunlieb
as Vapey Guy
Nina Poulimas
as Explorer Gal #1
Haley Bolithon
as McKenzi
Kevin E. Murphy
as Wedding Guest
Wendy Mateo
as Mrs. Thomas
Mitchell Fain
as Mr. Gray
Cameron Hoppe
as Pig Tailed Girl
Helen Joo Lee
as Dr. Oh
Jos N. Banks
as Dr. Martinson
Laura Dobberstein
as Bar Patron/Club Goer/Museum Guest
Shaya Harris
as 6th & 8th Grade Abby/8th Grade Abby/6th Grade Abby
Kate Romond
as Dr. Laurie
Sana Selemon
as Waitress #2
Angie Campbell
as Laura
Tania Richard
as Gemma
Delilah Lane
as Sarah
Tyler Anthony Davis
as Jamal
Lorca Jolene
as Vaudette #6
Eli Sulkowski
as Al
Jeanne Scurek
as Diane in Lyft
Nancy McCabe-Kelly
as Dr. Franklin/Franklin
Amir Henderson
as Little Mark
Presley Rose Jones
as Meaghan Jones
Beth Melewski
as Miri Ann
Damon Royster
as Jim
Chandler Marino
as Chandler
Mary Sohn
as Susan
Tristan Tucker Jr.
as Little Jamal
E.J. Cameron
as Room Service Attendant
Donovan Session
as Riv
Laura T. Fisher
as Grace
Armand Fields
as King
Malkia Stampley
as Judy
Nancy L. Coleman
as Nancy
Johnny Lee Davenport
as Harold
Jamie Black
as Carl
Heather Sanders
as Vaudetter #3
Steve Maloy
as Shitty Bro
Haley Gustafson
as Lesbian #2
Eunji Kim
as Ann
Theo Germaine
as Chris
Reese Williams
as Classroom Student
Audie Cornish
as Self
Ricardo Gamboa
as Alex
Joann Montemurro
as Book Club Leader
Jose Molina
as New Father
Meg Leary
as Back Room Performer
Michael Pool
as Chris
Iri Dessence
as Femme Fatale #1
Steve Han
as Barista
Steve Boress
as Wedding Guest
Joshua Willenson
as Rad 8th Grader
Johnny Garcia
as Nuevo Abuelo
Dane Valerio
as Geo
Allison Ringhand
as Librarian
Collin Quinn Rice
as Young Queer
Barbara Maleski
as Bird Cage Lady/Pride Bar Goer - 2012
Jonathan Knotek
as Driver Dave
Delia Kropp
as Funeral Minister
Gerard Neugent
as Mike
Nicole Michelle Haskins
as Dawn
Vincent D'Onofrio
as Self
Jeff Dlugolecki
as Handi-wipe/Handiwipe
Nicole Bowles
as Vaudette #1
Michael Oilar
as Club Goer/Concert Goer
Dina Facklis
as Another Woman
Nathalie Galde
as Bar Customer
Brigid Duffy
as Grandma Lou
Hale Thompson
as Security Guard
Angelica Grace
as Hostess
Breanna Lind
as Miss T
Tony Domino
as Wedding guest
Thomas Kelly
as Dr. Kruze
Karin Anglin
as Alison
Liz Sharpe
as Lesbian #1
Mike Geraghty
as Campus Cop
North Rory Homewood
as Dr. Mel
Alex Moss
as Brad
Alison Gates
as Georgia
Sami Grisafe
as earnest lesbian #2
Matthew Quattrocki
as Chad/Stagehand
Precious Brady-Davis
as Dr. Joy
Dawn 'Ducky' Han
as Dog
Grace Hackett
as Retainer Kid
Echaka Agba
as Melanie
Abby McEnany
as Abby
Jay Moore
as Eli
Chike Johnson
as Dr. Jones
Seng Vang
as Chef
Brendan Dowling
as Rick
Chris McClure
as Sam
'Weird Al' Yankovic
as Al
Robyn LeAnn Scott
as Judgey Woman
Willy LaQueue
as Abby Jr.
Claire Mulaney
as Barb
Wai Yim
as Bey
Laura Roeper
as Aunt
Shaul Guerrero
as Vaudette #5
Vic Wynter
as Travis
Osiris Khepera
as Bartender
Caleb Hearon
as Dolly Superfan/Spencer
Kenny Rasmussen
as Matty
Lauren Viteri
as Meg/Megan
Janet Ulrich Brooks
as Nora
Beatriz Jamaica
as Nueva Abuela
Cindy Gold
as Helen
Dalton Edward Burr
as Vaudette #4
Evie Riojas
as Bartender #2
Anne Lehocky
as Anne/Ann
Shauna Marino
as Shauna
Brooklyn Fowler
as Burly Bouncer
Ben Kobold
as Cat Man
Penelope Walker
as Carol Lynn
Syd Robbie
as Lyft Driver
Chris B. Walker
as New Student
Elle Walker
as Sheila
Katie Nahnsen
as Betty
Ashland Thomas
as Wedding Photographer
Rekkhan
as Morgue Employee
Linda Bright Clay
as Older Woman
Cheyenne Watson
as Lyft Driver
Nisa Neely
as Lorraine
Amee Binder
as Vaudette #2
Bruce Jarchow
as Edward
Kelly Carevic
as Dolly Parton Concert Patron
Megan Kellie
as Claire
Jalen Gilbert
as Mark
Mercedes Tyler
as Waitress
Abby Pajakowski
as Irene
Xoe Wise
as Earnest Lesbian #1
Tim Bell
as Attendant
Tyler Parker
as Guy #2
Ed Flynn
as Guy #1
William Rusan
as Kai
Pat Reidy
as Officer Friendly
Sue Salvi
as Maureen
Renee Lehocky
as Renee

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2019 | 8 Episodes

Season 2

2021 | 10 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

GLAAD Media Awards 2020

Nominee

GLAAD Media Awards

Outstanding Comedy Series

Gracie Allen Awards 2020

Winner

Gracie Allen Awards

Outstanding Female Actor in a Breakthrough Role

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