AIRDATE | New Patricia Heaton comedy sitcom CAROL’S SECOND ACT

10 has confirmed an August premiere date for the latest comedy series from beloved US actress, Patricia Heaton.

Carol’s Second Act features Heaton in the lead role of the comedy series about a woman who embarks on a unique second act after raising her children, getting divorced, and retiring from teaching: pursuing her dream of becoming a doctor.

The sitcom premiered in the US late last year and was axed by CBS in May after 18 episodes.

In the premiere episode, Carol Kenney (Heaton) enthusiastically begins her first day as an internal medicine intern and must sink or swim with peers who are half her age.

It’s her enthusiasm, perspective, and yes, even her age that may be exactly what will make her second act, a great success.

Carol’s Second Act premieres 9.00pm Thursday, 13 August on 10Peach

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