Season two of “The Millers” continues to follow recently divorced Nate Miller (played by Will Arnett) and his mother Carol Miller (played by Margo Martindale) as she looks to move out of his apartment and into a place of her own. The generational comedy also finds a new addition in mother Carol’s new best friend Kip Withers (played by Sean Hayes), who also adds some tension to son Nate. The hilarious tension escalates when Nate tries to move his mother into an elderly home Kip is in charge of; leading to a romantic twist. Meanwhile, Nate’s sister Debbie has to deal with their father and his dating life while he feuds with his ex-wife Carol.

New cast member Sean Hayes wasn’t sure what he was getting into when he joined the cast, but as a fan, he knew it would be a good time.

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“I’m excited to work with Margo Martindale. I’ve been a huge, huge fan of hers and everyone in the cast,” Hayes says. “JB Smoove, from ‘Curb’, I loved. It made me laugh so hard. Will I’ve known for years and years and Beau Bridges, played my Dad on Will & Grace.”

“The Millers” stars Margo Martindale as mother Carol Miller, Beau Bridges as father Tom Miller, Jayma Mays as Nate’s sister Debbie, and J.B. Smoove as Nate’s best friend Ray.

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Don’t miss season two of “The Millers” on Monday, October 20 at 8:30/7:30c.

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