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THE BIG C: THE FINAL SEASON

 
 
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THE BIG C: THE FINAL SEASON

Returning to DVD on April 14

Laughter proves once again to be the best medicine when Sony Pictures Home Entertainment releases THE BIG C:

THE FINAL SEASON on a 2-disc DVD set on April 14^th. The critically acclaimed Sony Pictures Television original series stars Laura Linney, Golden Globe^® winner for her role as Cathy Jamison, a suburban wife and mother, and teacher who is diagnosed with stage-four melanoma and opts to fight back through humour and sarcasm, as well as some spontaneous choices along the way. THE BIG C also stars Oliver Platt (Frost/Nixon), Gabriel Basso (TV’s “The Middle”), John Benjamin Hickey (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen) and Gabourey Sidibe.

THE BIG C: THE FINAL SEASON gets the star treatment with special guests including celebrated actresses Kathy Najimy and Alan Alda, and fashion icon Isaac Mizrahi.

THE BIG C is created by Darlene Hunt (TV’s “90210”), who also serves as executive producer.  Jenny Bicks (TV’s “Men in Trees”), Laura Linney, Michael Engler, Richard Heus, Vivian Cannon, and Neal H. Moritz are also executive producers.

In the final season of The Big C, Emmy® and Golden Globe® winner Laura Linney reprises her role as Cathy Jamison, who comes to a realisation about her battle with skin cancer. Deciding to quit chemotherapy, Cathy finds peace and resolution with her husband (Oliver Platt, 2012), son (Gabriel Basso, The Kings of Summer), and even her
estranged father (Brian Dennehy, First Blood). With four one-hour episodes, Cathy’s journey is filled with laughter, tears and poignancy – a fitting farewell to this acclaimed series.

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