Television sitcom Working Moms has been renewed for Season 4. The show first premiered on CBS in January 2017. But, it was until late January 2019 that the Canadian show premiered on Netflix.
However, the good news is here, the makers of the show recently announced that season four of Working Moms is in production. Season 4 of Working Moms will air in the winter of 2020.
Heads Up —
- About the show and why is it the number 1 comedy show
- Recap: Season 1 till now
- Why is the show so relatable?
Season 4 of Working Moms got renewed on 29 May, 2019
Since its release on Netflix, Working Moms has been lauded by the audiences especially parents for its accurate projection of parenthood. That’s what makes it worth watching.
Even though the season 4 is in the making and intended to air on CBS in winter 2020, it will take time for Working Moms Season 4 to show up on Netflix.
Working Moms is an immensely popular series that sought into the life of four moms struggling to cope with early parenting and more. The show became Canada’s highest-rated comedy show when it premiered in 2017.
About The Show
The series is created by Catherine Reitman who also stars on the show. It also includes Dani Kind, Juno Rinaldi, and Jessalyn Wanlim.
The show is produced by Wolf + Rabbit Entertainment that belongs to Reitman and her husband Philip Sternberg.
What makes this Canadian TV series unique is its genuineness and rawness while dealing with emotions.
Why Is Working Moms Relatable Content?
The TV show is not just another version of glammed up moms finding it tough to juggle between their work life, family, and handling a kid.
Working Moms finds humor — and sympathy— in the challenge of juggling children and a career.
In addition, the show accurately details the plight of 4 thirty-something working mothers that try hard to strike a correct balance between work and parenting but fail.
They are like any other modern women that aim to be perfect but also feel the pressure to manage their personal lives, female friendships, and a loving relationship with their husbands, all without ever complaining. The women reclaim their ambition of climbing up the corporate ladder after having a baby while downing back-to-back whiskey.
On this journey, they will go through several breakdowns, hookups, and all this while drinking a lot of wine.
This show pushes away the one-dimensional approach of parenting and digs deep into the realistic and darker side especially pertaining to motherhood.
Working moms explores themes of motherhood through the lens of a mother and, it can be a bumpy ride from being happy to real to dark, all within a 20-minute episode.
Where to Watch? The first three seasons of Working Moms are on Netflix so you can watch it before season 4 airs on TV.
Working Moms is about authenticity and the harsh realities that modern moms face.