Julia ButtersAli WongDaniel DiMaggioCarly HughesMeg Donnelly
Katie Otto, a confident, unapologetic wife and mother of three, raises her flawed family in the wealthy town of Westport, Connecticut, filled with "perfect" mommies and their "perfect" offspring. Katie's perfectly imperfect world is upended when her neighbor's decision to move notches her up from her ideal social standing and sets her on a path to ensure that doesn't happen, regardless of the consequences.
The plot of the TV series “American Housewife” focuses on confident Katie Otto, wife and mother of three who is overweight and faced ridicules from ideal wives in the affluent town of Westport, Connecticut. She’s a typical mom but this isn’t a typical town. Westport’s moms have athletic build, firm buttocks and drink healthy eating. Katie will be very hard to match their high standards. She feels herself like fat women. The inferiority complex prevents her to live among ideal moms and their privileged children. In this town You can be to rich, You can’t be too thin. But in Otto family You can be yourself.
TV show American Housewife season 2 continues to ridicule such human vices as conceit, attempts to idealize the world around, and predilection to constant accumulation.
The main heroine Katie Otto is an exemplary American wife and housewife, mother of three children and simply incredibly self-confident woman. She lives in a fairly rich and comfortable American city Westport, Connecticut, in which every lady seeks to look perfect and behave perfectly. Circle of Katie’s communication are the same unemployed housewives, who only manage to keep track of household chores and constantly primp. Only here the main character as well as in season 1 does not fit into their “perfect” team because of problems with excess weight. Moreover, it invariably causes keen jokes in the new episodes of season 2 American Housewife.