The fourth part of the TV series The McKellan Family will be available on Netflix starting August 26. The sitcom tells the story of the family of the same name, who moved to Southern California to stay close to their grandparents, but who will have to face the different lifestyle and traditions of the place. Let’s find out the plot and the cast together.
There McKellan family will come back up Netflix the August 26 with the fourth part, which is equivalent to the second part of the second season. The tv series is created by Meg DeLoatch and directed by Eric Dean Seaton.
The McKellan family – Part 4: the plot
The TV series tells the story of the married couple Cocoa McKellan And Moz McKellan, parents of 4 children, who one day decide to move to the Southern Georgia, in the city of Seattle, to be closer to their extended family.
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Once transferred, they find that their very open-minded educational approach clashes with traditionalist waysi of the city. Over the course of the episodes the protagonists try to adapt to daily ups and downs, like three-hour church ceremonies, damp-proof hair, and matriarch M’Dear’s home cooking.
From the trailer for Part 4 of the series, visible below, it is possible to catch a few anticipation of the new episodes, from the new crush of Mazzi, the search for independence of Jade and Cocoa and Moz who will have to deal with the advance of old age.
Actors and Characters
In the shoes of the couple and parents Cocoa McKellan And Moz McKellan we find Tia Mowry-Hardrict And Anthony Alabi, while their four children Jade McKellan, Shaka McKellan, McKellan decks And You love McKellan are respectively interpreted by Talia Jackson, Isaiah Russel-Bailey, Cameron J. Wright And Jordyn Raya James.
The rest of the cast consists of:
- Loretta Devine in the role of Amelia “M’Dear” McKellan;
- Richard Roundtree in the role of Not no Jeb;
- Telma Hopkins in the role of Maybelle McKellan;
- Warren Burke in the role of Uncle Daniel;
- Lance Alexander in the role of Elvis;
- Akira Jolie Akbar in the role of Brooke.
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