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The Big C

Genres: Drama, Comedy-Drama
Broadcast on: M-Net, M-Net Series Showcase, ShowMax

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Seasons

Season 3

Channel Premiere Finale TX Time Episodes
Showtime 08 Apr 2012 17 Jun 2012 Sundays, 21h30 - 22h00 10
M-Net Series Showcase 24 Jan 2014 28 Mar 2014 Fridays, 22h30 - 23h00 10
ShowMax 27 Apr 2016 27 Apr 2016 Wednesday, 00h01 (all episodes) 10


Season 3

This season, Cathy sets about finding more joy in her life. Mamie Gummer (Off the Map, The Good Wife) and Hamish Linklater (The New Adventures of Old Christine) star as a young couple who could give Cathy a shot at said joy with an unexpected offer.

Meanwhile, Tim (Brian D'Arcy James) will help Sean (John Benjamin Hickey) get over his past relationship in a most unusual way.

Other guest stars this season include Susan Sarandon as motivational speaker Joy; Alan Alda returns as Cathy's oncologist; Allison Janney will play a famous Hollywood producer; Victor Garber's Willy Wanker and Sean will go mano-a-mano over ownership of an adult phone line; and Tammy Blanchard plays Giselle, who unintentionally brings some much-needed order to Sean's chaotic life.

The series focuses on Cathy Jamison (Linney), a reserved, suburban wife/mother/teacher whose terminal cancer diagnosis forces her to shake up her life and find the light side of a dark situation.

The Big C was created and written by Darlene Hunt, who serves as executive producer, along with writer/showrunner Jenny Bicks, Laura Linney, Neal H. Moritz and Vivian Cannon. It was produced by Sony Pictures Television.


Season 3 Cast

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Cathy Jamison

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Paul Jamison

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Adam Jamison

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Sean Tolkey

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Andrea Jackson

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Marlene

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Dr. Atticus Sherman

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Dave Cooper

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Fred Bobick

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Jesse

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Joy Kleinman

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Kirby

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Maxine Cooper

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Rita Strauss

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Willy

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Peter

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Scott

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