Tonight’s episode of American Housewife (4×7) titled ‘Flavor of Westport,’ deals with primarily Katie as she hoped that Oliver would team up with him. Katie hopes that both can turn their Lasagna-making endeavor from a mere hobby to a serious business venture. Greg is having a bout of writer’s block, so he’s trying to look for new career opportunities. As that happens, Greg is pushed out of his comfort zone.
Here are the few essential details concerning American Housewife:
Show: American Housewife
Airdate: 15 November 2019
Previous episode: Girls’ Night Out
Next episode: Women in Business
The next episode titled (4 x 8) is titled ‘Women in Business,’ and it comes out on November 22, 2019.
American Housewife, the American sitcom television series, debuted first on October 11, 2016, on ABC. It is created and written by Sarah Dunn, who co-executive produced it with Aaron Kaplan, Kenny Schwartz, Rick Wiener, and Ruben Fleischer. In May 2016, the Kapital Entertainment–ABC Studios co-production greenlighted the show.
The show American Housewife that is in its fourth season right now, has seen a sea of changes since it first debuted in 2016. The lead of the show actress Kate Mixon made an admission saying that indeed American Housewife has changed ever since the pilot episode came out. The fourth season of American Housewife featured appearances from stars from the “The Drew Carey Show” and Kelly Ripa.
The cast of American Housewife includes:
Katy Mixon as Kate “Katie” Otto
Diedrich Bader as Greg Otto, Katie’s husband
Meg Donnelly as Sweetheart “Taylor” Otto, Katie and Greg’s teenage daughter; the role was portrayed by Johnny Sequoyah in the televised pilot
Daniel DiMaggio as Oliver Otto, Katie and Greg’s teenage son and middle child
Julia Butters as Anna-Kat Otto, Katie and Greg’s youngest daughter
Ali Wong as Doris, one of Katie’s best friends
Carly Hughes as Angela, one of Katie’s best friends.