The first season of the critically-acclaimed documentary series “I Am Cait” followed Caitlyn Jenner as she sought her new normal living life as a transgender woman. The series sparked an unparalleled global conversation regarding the transgender community and the many issues that they face. Letting her guard down for the first time, Caitlyn is also ready to have some fun and becomes more open and vulnerable to new ideas and unexplored facets of her life as a transgender woman, including dating and romance. Caitlyn is also confronted with challenges to her belief system that shake her to her core, as her close-knit group of friends leave no topic off limits.
The discussions are heated and emotional, and in the end, lead Caitlyn to a better understanding of herself and the transgender community. Through it all, Caitlyn strives to be the best person she can be, building even closer bonds with her friends, her community and her family. The second season of “I Am Cait” premieres Sunday, March 6 at 9 pm ET/PT on E!
Caitlyn’s tribe of friends includes Candis Cayne, Jennifer Finney Boylan, Chandi Moore, Kate Bornstein, Zackary Drucker and new friend Ella Giselle, an 18-year-old who’s taken under the wings of the more mature ladies, who are her first transgender friends. This group of women love and support Caitlyn, but are finished tip-toeing around her for the sake of keeping the peace. Caitlyn is pushed to her limits when the ladies don’t let go of the fact that she needs to reexamine her conservative political beliefs, her understanding of being transgender and her understanding of being a woman. Throughout the road trip, which covers LA to the Grand Canyon, Tulsa, Kansas City, New Orleans and beyond, the ladies shine a light on the issues confronting them, open up about their own vulnerabilities and obstacles surrounding their relationships, careers and families. Caitlyn also begins to open up to new possibilities like a romantic relationship that she once never thought possible.
However, just because the ladies delve deeply into hot-button topics, that doesn’t mean they don’t let loose and have a lot of fun. From line dancing in Oklahoma to a wild night on the town in New Orleans with Kris, the ladies live it up in style as they travel across the country.
Caitlyn also continues to treasure the moments she shares with her family, who appear throughout the series. As her relationships evolve, she focuses on staying connected with daughters Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, Kendall and Kylie, as well as Kris, who are all there to support her through her ongoing journey. As the youngest daughters, Kendall and Kylie are examining their relationship with Caitlyn, especially when Kylie reveals that people take her to task for calling Caitlyn “Dad,” and Kendall says that Caitlyn’s number is saved under “Mad,” a combo of mom and dad, in her phone.
The first season premiere of “I Am Cait” ranks as the most-watched unscripted series launch among 18-49 across all cable for 2015 with 2.3M P18-49, and was the biggest launch in over a decade in the demo for E! “I Am Cait” is a top five new series across ad-supported cable for 2015 among W18-49 and W18-34 and a Top 10 new series among P18-49 and P18-34.
The first season of “I Am Cait” aired in 153 countries in 24 languages. The docuseries is produced by Bunim/Murray Productions, a company that has documented LGBT stories for more than 20 years. Caitlyn Jenner is an Executive Producer, and Gil Goldschein, Jeff Jenkins, Farnaz Farjam, Andrea Metz and Melissa Bidwell serve as Executive Producers for Bunim/Murray Productions.