American Work and Raskal Productions created the comedy series Playing House for television. The product of Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair’s labors. Show participants include Lennon Parham, Jessica St. Clair, Keegan-Michael Key, and Brad Morris. On April 29, 2014, USA Network premiered the first episode of the new comedy series Playing House.
We’re now past the halfway point of the year, having seen three distinct seasons. Based on 2,663 votes, the show currently has a 7.7/10 rating on IMDb. All the information we have about Playing House Season 4, including the cast, release date, and more, is listed below.
When will we be able to watch Playing House Season 4?
As of July 14, 2017, the third and final season of Playing House aired. The season premiered on June 23, 2017. On October 30, 2017, actors Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham posted a heartbreaking video in which they confirmed the show’s cancellation by USA Network. The show’s third season was the last one people could catch before it was yanked from the air.
The series is available through video-on-demand. In a joint statement, USA Network and Universal Cable Productions thanked “Jessica, Lennon, and the entire cast and crew of Playing House for being such great partners for three great, funny seasons.”
Since no other network has shown interest in “Playing House,” it seems likely that the show will return for a fourth season on its current network.
Trailer for “Playing House”
Here is the promo for Season 3 of “Playing House”:
What Happens In Playing House?
Maggie and Emma, two lifelong friends from “Playing House,” are shown to be just that. After learning that her husband has been having an affair thanks to the internet, Maggie decides to divorce him. She knows she needs Emma’s love and support, so she moves in with her.
After finding great success in China, she decides to return to Pinebrook, where she grew up with Maggie, to assist her with raising her newborn child.
While the show opens with Emma at work, she still manages to host a baby shower for her best friend Maggie. Maggie’s husband is introduced, and he gives off an instant negative vibe. With this, we hope to increase viewer demand for more screen time shared by Emma and Maggie.
The fact that they interrupt each other and finish each other’s sentences only makes matters worse. What sets Playing House apart is its abundance of awkward characters and even more awkward situations, like the world’s worst baby shower.
The cast of “Playing House” Includes Who Exactly?
Lennon Parham stars as Emma’s childhood best friend Maggie Caruso, who is pregnant and newly single after her husband abruptly left the family. Jessica St. Clair plays Emma Crawford, who returns home from her job overseas to help Maggie.
To round out the cast, Keegan-Michael Key (of “Key & Peele”) plays a local cop and childhood friend of Maggie and Emma, Mark Rodriguez. In high school, Mark and Emma were a couple. Famous for his roles in Silicon Valley and “The Office,” Zach Woods plays Maggie’s younger brother Zach Harper. Brad Morris portrays Bruce Caruso, Maggie’s ex-husband.
Emma’s mother, played by Jane Kaczmarek of “Malcolm in the Middle” fame, Mark’s police partner Ian Roberts, and Mark’s ex-wife, played by Lindsay Sloane as Tina “Bird Bones” Steigerman, are regulars on the show.
The show’s third season was the last one people could catch before it was yanked from the air. Since no other network has shown interest in “Playing House,” it seems likely that the show will return. “Playing House” stars Lennon Parham, Jessica St. Clair, Keegan-Michael Key, and more. It’s filled with awkward situations, like the world’s worst baby shower.