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Great News

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**THIS IS A SEASON PASS (PRE-ORDER) PURCHASE. NEW EPISODES FOR THIS SEASON WILL AUTOMATICALLY APPEAR IN YOUR LIBRARY AS THEY BECOME AVAILABLE.** Getting along with office colleagues can be rough, but working with your mom? That’s a whole different story, and it’s the headline for Katie Wendelson (Briga Heelan, “Ground Floor,” “Undateable Live”), a smart, ambitious news producer at “The Breakdown,” a national cable news show that shoots in Secaucus, N.J.
**THIS IS A SEASON PASS (PRE-ORDER) PURCHASE. NEW EPISODES FOR THIS SEASON WILL AUTOMATICALLY APPEAR IN YOUR LIBRARY AS THEY BECOME AVAILABLE.** Getting along with office colleagues can be rough, but working with your mom? That’s a whole different story, and it’s the headline for Katie Wendelson (Briga Heelan, “Ground Floor,” “Undateable Live”), a smart, ambitious news producer at “The Breakdown,” a national cable news show that shoots in Secaucus, N.J.

Season 2 (6 episodes)

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  • 1. Boardroom Bitch

    Original air date: 09/28/2017 Runtime: 21:32 min.

    Original air date: 09/28/2017 Runtime: 21:32 min. "The Breakdown" gets a new boss, Diana St. Tropez (guest star Tina Fey), a tough business lady with big plans to bring their outdated news program into the 21st century. Katie (Briga Heelan) is thrilled since this is exactly the kind of strong, professional female role model she hoped for, but Carol (Andrea Martin) is immediately wary of this new influence in Katie's life. Meanwhile, Chuck (John Michael Higgins) has trouble adapting to Diana's idea for a new panel segment of screaming pundits.

  • 2. Squad Feud

    Original air date: 10/05/2017 Runtime: 21:34 min.

    Original air date: 10/05/2017 Runtime: 21:34 min. Diana (guest star Tina Fey) sets Katie (Briga Heelan) off on a mission to take the job at the station that she wants, but when Katie tries to be executive producer for the day, she soon realizes that Greg (Adam Campbell) has it much harder than she realized. Meanwhile, Carol (Andrea Martin) uses Greg and Katie's workplace competition as an opportunity to push the two of them together. After Diana insults Portia (Nicole Richie) on a women in business panel, Portia declares a "squad feud" that forces their two very different worlds together. Chris Parnell guest stars as Gerald, Diana's Chief of Staff.

  • 3. Honeypot!

    Original air date: 10/12/2017 Runtime: 21:35 min.

    Original air date: 10/12/2017 Runtime: 21:35 min. Diana (guest star Tina Fey) has been promoted again, this time to the head of the corporation that owns MMN, but before she leaves she finds herself embroiled in a sexual harassment scandal. This leaves Katie (Briga Heelan) unsure who to believe her mentor or her friends in the office. Carol (Andrea Martin) becomes head intern and struggles to prove to the other interns, and herself, that she deserves the job.

  • 4. Award Show

    Original air date: 10/19/2017 Runtime: 21:34 min.

    Original air date: 10/19/2017 Runtime: 21:34 min. For the first time in years, "The Breakdown" has been nominated for an American Journalism Award. Katie (Briga Heelan) is looking forward to spending the night as a peer with the very reporters she has admired her whole life. Fearing her mother will ruin it, Katie tries to stop Carol (Andrea Martin) from attending but is unsuccessful when Carol secures a position as a seat filler. Katie is stuck babysitting her mom all night but gets distracted by Jeremy (guest star Reid Scott), a handsome New York Times reporter who looks down on cable news. Chuck (John Michael Higgins) is excited to reunite with all of his old anchormen friends, especially Len Archer (guest star Christopher McDonald), an idol of Chuck's who is receiving a lifetime achievement award.

  • 5. Night of the Living Screen

    Original air date: 10/26/2017 Runtime: 21:34 min.

    Original air date: 10/26/2017 Runtime: 21:34 min. Katie (Briga Heelan) realizes that while she has been working her way up at MMN, her friends, including Jessica (guest star Cecily Strong), have been getting married, having kids, and buying houses in New Jersey. Feeling pressure to impress them on Instagram with the hip New York City lifestyle that she has chosen instead, she lucks into going to a very cool Halloween party with Portia (Nicole Richie). Meanwhile, Chuck (John Michael Higgins) has been asked to use a new smart screen on the show, and in an attempt to get out of this seemingly impossible task, tries to convince Carol (Andrea Martin) that it is possessed.

  • 6. Pool Show

    Original air date: 11/02/2017 Runtime: 21:33 min.

    Original air date: 11/02/2017 Runtime: 21:33 min. Jeremy (guest star Reid Scott) invites Katie (Briga Heelan) to do some "real reporting" and go on a stakeout with him. Carol (Andrea Martin) is suspicious and kidnaps Greg (Adam Campbell) to stake out the stakeout. The two discover that it may not be all business between Jeremy and Katie. Chuck (John Michael Higgins) meets Carvell (guest star Rashad Jennings), who is Portia's (Nicole Richie) fiancé, and the two of them form an unlikely friendship.