Season Finale Tuesday, April 3 at 9:30 PM ET/PT on FOX
Giving a whole new meaning to the phrase “dysfunctional family,” hit comedy THE MICK ends a second season of outrageous shenanigans. The series stars Kaitlin Olson as MICKEY, an unapologetic degenerate stuck raising her spoiled niece Sabrina (Sofia Black-D’Elia) and nephews Chip and Ben (Thomas Barbusca, Jack Stanton) amid the lap of luxury in Greenwich, CT.
Although constantly pulled between enjoying her lavish new lifestyle and trying to control three monstrous children who have unlimited lines of credit, Mickey is now in it for the long haul. With the help of her on-again, off-boyfriend Jimmy (Scott MacArthur) and the kids’ live-in housekeeper Alba (Carla Jimenez), she is determined to make it work, or, at the very least, black out during the parts that don’t.
In the season two finale, “The Graduate,” Sabrina is having second thoughts about attending Yale, and Mickey, of all people, thinks Sabrina would be making a big mistake by not attending, as planned.
In addition to her starring role on THE MICK, Kaitlin Olson also serves as an executive producer on the series. Olson had a featured voice role in last summer’s blockbuster, “Finding Dory.” She also stars on the critically acclaimed cable hit “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” which was renewed for a record 13th and 14th seasons. Additionally, Olson can be seen in a recurring role on FOX’s NEW GIRL. Her feature credits include the hit comedy “The Heat,” opposite Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock; the romantic comedy “Leap Year,” opposite Amy Adams; and the festival favorite “Weather Girl,” in which she appeared alongside Jane Lynch and Mark Harmon. Among Olson’s additional TV credits are roles on “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “The Riches” and “The Drew Carey Show.”