The McCarthys

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The McCarthys
Genre Comedy
Created by Brian Gallivan
Starring
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Production
Executive producer(s)
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 22 minutes
Production company(s) Olive Bridge Entertainment
CBS Television Studios
Sony Pictures Television
Distributor Sony Pictures Television
Broadcast
Original channel CBS
Picture format

The McCarthys is an upcoming American working-class and sports-themed comedy television series that was created by Brian Gallivan, who also shares executive producer credits with Mike Sikowitz, Richie Schwartz and Will Gluck for CBS Television Studios and Sony Pictures Television.[1] The series will debut on CBS during the 2014-15 television season, airing Thursday nights at 9:30 pm (ET/PT)/8:30 pm (CT), starting October 30, 2014.[2]

Premise[edit]

The series revolves around the McCarthys, a close-knit working class Boston clan whose sports legacy runs deep in the family. But when outspoken father Arthur, a dedicated high school basketball coach, decides to take his athletically challenged—and openly gay—son Ronny under his wing as his new assistant, the other siblings (who are more sports passionate) start crying foul over their dad's choice.

Cast[edit]

  • Tyler Ritter as Ronny McCarthy, a 29 year old gay man who gets a great opportunity to move to Rhode Island, only to be offered with a chance to work as an assistant basketball coach at his father's high school.
  • Laurie Metcalf as Marjorie McCarthy, a mother to four children. Her favorite is Ronny with whom she watches The Good Wife.
  • Jack McGee as Arthur McCarthy, Marjorie's husband and father of four. He is the head basketball coach at a high school who wants to hire Ronny as his assistant.
  • Jimmy Dunn as Sean McCarthy, Ronny's brother and Arthur and Marjorie's son.
  • Joey McIntyre as Gerard McCarthy, Ronny's brother and Arthur and Marjorie's son.
  • Kelen Coleman as Jackie McCarthy, Ronny's sister and Arthur and Marjorie's daughter, who is pregnant.

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