Live wild, live free, live more, live fast. This season Cathy Jameson has a whole new perspective on life. Laura Linney returns in her Golden Globe winning role.
THE BIG C: hereafter is designed to bring Cathy Jamison's journey of the past three years in THE BIG C to its final conclusion. With the help of her no-nonsense therapist, (guest star Kathy Najimy), Cathy faces the challenges ahead, including reuniting with her estranged father played by Tony Award-winner Brian Dennehy.
A suburban mom, diagnosed with cancer, tries to find the humor in the disease.
Cathy's cancer goes into remission and she gets a new lease on life, toying with an alternate secret identity and trying to adopt a baby. Paul recovers from his near-fatal heart attack and becomes a successful motivational speaker with the encouragement of a famous but untrustworthy mentor (Susan Sarandon). Sean tries working and becomes part of a menage a trois. Andrea embraces her African heritage. Adam finds religion.
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Series finale. Adam fulfills one of Cathy's wishes.
Cathy experiences problems with her new roommate after she checks in to hospice. Adam confronts Paul about his extreme lack of parental guidance. Cathy inadvertently inspires Andrea to get her sparkle back. Cathy gets a visit from Dr. Sherman (Alan Alda).
Cathy upsets Paul when she tries to help him move on.
Cathy inadvertently inspires Andrea to get her sparkle back.
Cathy plans a birthday party.
Cathy upsets Paul when she tries to help him move on by signing him up for an online dating service. Andrea fails to impress her design instructor, Isaac Mizrahi (Himself). Sean feels inspired to make a charitable donation.
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