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This new show is available on Seeso. This single camera, thirty minute TV series revolves around an underground comedy stand-up showcase and the two women that run it. The main characters are two female stand-up comedians, Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher, who are a married couple. In this humorous show, the two wives use their daily struggles to make new comedic routines, to the point that they may as well use their stand-up comedy as marriage counseling. This show portrays their lives together both onstage ad off with the all the ups, downs, and comedic mishaps that a married couple may face. There is even a mysterious neighbor who may be able to offer the women some sound advice.

Take My Wife is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (14 episodes). The series first aired on August 11, 2016.

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2 Seasons, 14 Episodes
August 11, 2016
Cast: Cameron Esposito, Rhea Butcher, Zeke Nicholson, Laura Kightlinger
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Take My Wife Full Episode Guide

  • Recovering from Rhea letting Cameron down, a mishap at their planned wedding venue throws Cameron and Rhea into a panic. They have 8 hours to forgive each other and find somewhere to get married. The clock is ticking! With the help of their friends, they reimagine their wedding on the same stage where they host Best Bet.

  • Cameron preps nervously for her stand-up special, accompanied by her ex-girlfriend Brie who is barely surviving a breakup. Meanwhile, Rhea is having the time of her life on the set of Bob's TV show. Rhea's shoot goes late, however, and she misses opening for Cameron on the biggest day of her career.

  • Leading up to their sets at Best Bet, three female comedians navigate their respective worlds, and we see how their experiences inform their comedy. Then, we find them in the green room, where a somewhat clueless journalist interviews Cameron and Rhea about whether comedy matters.

  • Cameron and Rhea realize they both have clutter in their lives. Rhea keeps everything and has a closet overflowing with keepsakes that have outlived their usefulness. Cameron, on the other hand, keeps ex-girlfriends for the sake of familiarity. This comes to a head when Cameron's ex, Brie, moves to Los Angeles. Cameron and Rhea both learn to let go of their past as they embrace their future together.

  • When Cameron is tempted by Melina the actress, and Rhea has to confront her student loan debt, they face a big decision together. Their neighbor Frances offers more surprising insight.

  • Cameron begins coaching a famous actress on how play a comic, but finds out the actress has other ideas. After a financial disaster, Rhea secretly returns to her old job.

  • Cameron and Rhea discuss their future, and get in over their heads babysitting an infant. While Cameron and Dave try to get out of trouble one way, Rhea finds help from Frances, their eccentric neighbor.

  • In her newfound free time, Rhea finds increasingly silly reasons to avoid focusing on comedy. Cameron gets some harsh lessons in stand-up while opening for a big-deal headlining comic on tour.

  • Onstage and offstage, entirely within a single performance of their weekly stand-up show, Cameron and Rhea wrangle the chaos that comes with hosting a bunch of comics. This episode gives a first-person view into those things a live stand-up audience doesn't get to see.

  • As stand-up comics and a couple, Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher have parallel challenges with comedy: Cameron experiences the lonely side of stand-up, while Rhea struggles to balance her passion and her day job. Their mysterious neighbor offers some unexpected advice.