Do you like your in-laws enough to visit them every week?
A new series Starring Kat Foster & JoBeth Williams is putting a unique twist on an old television favorite – the domestic comedy.
Adapted from an enormously popular Israeli comedy and starring Richard Dreyfuss, JoBeth Williams, Ed Begley, Jr. and Cynthia Stevenson as the parents, Your Family or Mine centers on Kelli (Kat Foster) and Oliver (Kyle Howard), a married couple living in Seattle with their two children. The show follows them as they alternate visits each week between their respective parents and in-laws. Oliver’s parents, Louis (Dreyfuss) and Ricky (Williams) are extremely comfortable financially, but that just makes their household all the more eccentric. Meanwhile, Kelli’s parents, Gil (Begley Jr.) and Jan (Stevenson), may not have all the money in the world, but they have each other.
Kat Foster recently produced and co-wrote her first feature film, The Dramatics (a comedy). She also stars in the film, which will premiere at the upcoming Hollywood Film Festival. This project came on the heels of her successful web series, The Newlymovedins, which Foster also created. Her work in the series earned her the award for Best Comedic Actress at the LA Comedy Festival. Foster’s first break came as Steph Woodcock, the newlywed neighbor to Brad Garrett on FOX’s ‘Til Death. Since then, she has been a steady presence on television, with recurring roles on Royal Pains, Weeds, The Unusuals and Bad Teacher. Recently, Foster appeared as a series regular on FOX’s The Goodwin Games, alongside T.J. Miller and Scott Foley.
JoBeth Williams is an iconic actress who has starred in a number of acclaimed films and TV series. She has played leading roles for more than 20 feature films, including the Poltergeist series, The Big Chill, and the Best Picture Oscar® winner Kramer vs. Kramer. Additionally, Williams has starred in more than 20 television movies, for which she has received three Emmy® and two Golden Globe® nominations. She is anticipating her return to the big screen with the completion of The List, co-starring Karen Gillan and Jennifer Morrison, as well as The Last Film Festival, starring Dennis Hopper and Jacqueline Bisset.