Kirstie (2013–2014)

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Comedy


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The son of a Broadway star, who was given up for adoption 26 years ago, tries to connect with his birth mother after his adopted mother dies.


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  • Matt Gulbranson in Kirstie (2013)
  • Geoff Pierson and Michael Richards in Kirstie (2013)
  • George Wendt and Michael Richards in Kirstie (2013)
  • Kirstie Alley in Kirstie (2013)
  • Kristin Chenoweth in Kirstie (2013)
  • Kristen Johnston in Kirstie (2013)

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Marco Pennette

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6 February 2014 | Sylviastel
7
| Better than Veronica's closet!
Kirstie Alley plays a self absorbed Broadway actress named Madison Banks. Her son, Arlo, who she gave up decades ago comes to New York City and reunites with her. It sounds cliché but I'm actually enjoying it. Kirstie makes Maddie likable. Eric Petersen is perfectly cast as Arlo Barth, an awkward adult. The supporting cast is first rate with Rhea Perlman and Michael Richards. The Christmas episode was a hoot with Cloris Leachman as her mother. Arlo had a great relationship with his adoptive mother who was completely selfless and a second mother figure to his friends. Maddie tries to overcompensate for giving him up. Eric Peterson who plays Arlo does hold his own against his veteran costars. The John Travolta episode was ridiculous but all in good fun.

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