BET’s “The Ms Pat Show” Star Patricia Williams recently stopped by the Jennifer Hudson show to give us another memorable interview!
According to the plot on the JHUD Show Channel:
“Ms. Pat talks about using TikTok instead of a contractor to build her dream house. The comedian talks about how the storylines on her BET+ series “The Ms. Pat Show” are informed by her own life.
Ms. Pat explains to Jennifer Hudson the motivation to take her wig off on her BET+ series and how she no longer feels shame for her natural hair. The comedian jokes about being married for 30 years to the same man.”
We loved the interview! Can’t wait for the 4th season of “The Ms Pat Show”. Filming is currently on hiatus due to the writers strike.
“Ms. Pat,” is from Imagine Television and Lee Daniels Entertainment. Based on Patricia “Ms. Pat” Williams’ stand-up comedy and memoir, the ten-episode multi-camera sitcom will tell the story of a former convicted felon turned suburban mom (Ms. Pat), whose hustle and resilient spirit was forged on the streets of Atlanta. To much reserve, she now finds herself in conservative middle America alongside her well-intentioned husband, played by J. Bernard Calloway (“City On A Hill”), a struggle of a sister played by Tami Roman (“The Family Business”), and two distinct sets of kids played by Theodore Barnes (“The Prince of Peoria”), newcomer Briyana Guadalupe, and Vince Swann (“50 Central”), raised under very different circumstances. Brian Grazer, Lee Daniels, President of Imagine Television Samie Kim Falvey, and Anthony Hill (who serves as the series’ showrunner) will executive produce, alongside Ms. Pat and Jordan E. Cooper (“Star”), who also penned the pilot. “Ms. Pat” marks Grazer’s and Daniels’ first scripted project on the network.
Jordan E. Cooper is a playwright and performer who resides in Brooklyn, New York, by way of Hurst, TX. Jordan received an Obie award for his writing and performance of his play AIN’T NO MO’, which just completed a sold-out world premiere run at The Public Theater. He was nominated for the same play, The Drama League’s Distinguished Performance award alongside Bryan Cranston, Laurie Metcalf, and Andrè De Shields. He also starred in the award-winning independent film “Wolf.” Jordan has also been featured in The New York Times, The Hollywood Reporter, and V Magazine. He received his BFA from The New School For Drama.
“Ms. Pat” is executive produced by Brian Grazer (“Empire,” “Wu-Tang: An American Saga,” “Genius: Aretha”) and Samie Kim Falvey for Imagine Television; Lee Daniels (“Empire,” “Star,” “Precious”), Marc Velez, and Pam Williams for Lee Daniels Entertainment; Anthony Hill (“Family Reunion,” “Ravens Home”) who will also serve as the series’ showrunner; Patricia “Ms. Pat” Williams; and Jordan E. Cooper, who also penned the pilot.
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