Workin’ Moms have been here for a whooping five years, and now that the seventh and final season of the show is around the corner, it is both depressing and exciting. We will surely miss the four moms as they try to document what it feels like to live their lives. Created by Catherine Reitman, the show resonates with most viewers as it is honest, hilarious, and does not shy away from sharing how motherhood can be trying. Here is everything we know about the upcoming show.
Workin’ Moms Season 7 Release Date: When will it air?
We will not be waiting too long for the seventh and final season of the Workin’ Moms show, as Netflix has confirmed that the series will be coming in the spring of 2023. The series is already showing on CBC as of January 3rd, and we hope Netflix will not take too long to make the series available
Workin’ Moms Season 7 Plot: What will happen?
Like the series plot suggests, the Workin’ Moms show is a series that focuses on the lives of four women who try to make it happen for their families. The four women are juggling careers, love, and parenthood while still making time to enjoy life.
Despite doing the best they can for their families, life also has its way of keeping them in check as it keeps bringing lots of challenges their way. Postpartum depression, unplanned pregnancies, and huge career opportunities are some challenges they face, but they make the right decision. The seventh season of the show will not be any different.
Season 6 Review:
According to Decider, Working Moms is a decent series for all moms out there who feel like they are not doing enough for their families. They encourage streaming the show.
Working Moms Season 7 Cast: Who will appear?
The main cast of Working Moms season seven is yet to be announced, but we know that the main series cast will return to reprise their roles in the show’s seventh season. Some of the series’ main cast includes Reitman who stars as Kate Foster, Dani Kind who stars as Anne Carlson and Enuka Okuma who stars as Sloane Michelle.
Jessalyn Wanlim as Jenny Mathews, Other casts include Phillip Sternberg as Nathan, Ryan Belleville as Lionel, Juno Rinaldi as Frankie Coyen, Sarah McVie as Val, Sadique Monroe as Alice Carlson, Kyle Breitkof as Nathan and Marth as heather. After the show’s filming, Reitman concluded that she did not feel like herself after Jackson was born, and it took the encouragement of her husband to create the show.
Working Moms Season 7 Trailer:
A trailer for Working Moms Season 7 is available on both Netflix and YouTube if you want a glimpse of what the series entails. The series trailer does not explain what the seventh season will entail, but since the show is already out, there is no harm in checking it out on CBC.
Also, since this is the last and the final season, start from the first season to have the fluidity and understand the dramedy better. You can stream the show on Netflix. There are also several shows with almost the same show, like Working Moms. Gilmore Girls, The New Adventures of Old Christine and Parenthood are but some.