Workin Moms Season 6: Netflix began streaming Workin’ Moms, which was produced by Wolf + Rabbit Entertainment, in the middle of its run on CBC in Canada. They got the first three seasons in February 2019 and have been watching it on a regular basis since then.
The show’s main premise is that we follow Catherine Reitman‘s character Kate Foster (who also developed the series) as she navigates the difficult task of raising a child in today’s environment while working a stressful job.
Workin’ Mums, Catherine Reitman’s comedy series, has been renewed for a sixth season on Netflix.
The Netflix original series follows four closest friends as they attempt to juggle their lives as mothers, wives, friends, and workers.
Workin’ Mom is a Canadian sitcom about four ambitious and adventurous working mothers who must manage caring for their children with other family obligations while working in high-pressure positions.
As they struggle to combine their professions, families, and love lives in modern-day Toronto, the 30-something women face their own unique obstacles after giving birth.
Workin Moms Season 6 Cast and Characters
Kate Foster (Catherine Reitman) is the protagonist of the show, which follows her through the ups and downs of attempting to raise a child in the modern world while working a grueling job.
Anne Carlson (Dani Kind), Jenny Matthews (Jessalyn Wanlim), and Frankie Coyne (Juno Rinaldi) are among her friends who are adjusting to life as working mothers.
The ensemble comedy is based on Catherine Reitman’s real experiences as a star and co-creator.
Catherine Reitman (How I Met Your Mother and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia) is accompanied by her real-life husband, Philip Sternberg (Divorce Corp and The Super), who plays her character’s spouse Nathan Foster.
Dani Kind (Wynonna Earp and Coroner), Jessalyn Wanlim (Orphan Black and Scoundrels), and Juno Rinaldi (Orphan Black and Scoundrels) are among the primary cast members who will return (Such a Small Thing and My Special Guest).
Lionel Carlson (Ryan Belleville), Val Szalinsky (Sarah McVie), Giselle Bois (Oluniké Adeliyi), Sloane Mitchell (Enuka Okuma), and much more return as recurrent characters.
Workin Moms Season 6 Storyline
If you’ve been watching this program regularly, you’re surely aware that the showrunners are largely responsible for it becoming what it is today—that is, Catherine Reitman has executive produced, conceived, and even written snatches of it.
Not to mention the presence of her charming and fitter-than-ever husband Philip Sternberg (Nathan Foster) in the episode, which makes the couple instantly approachable. Some sitcoms stand out for being unique, but the brilliance of ‘Working Moms‘ resides in its unorthodox approach to the traditional.
Nathan and His Dead ‘friend’ Had a Hot College Romance
The weird kid’s assertion that he is Nathan’s biological son left us thinking in Season 5 of the show. That shocking revelation comes early in Season 6 when we learn that Nathan and his dead ‘friend’ had a hot college romance that culminated in a lovely baby child, Nathan Junior, which the Foster family was unaware of.
‘Working Moms’ stunned us with its ground-breaking narrative in 2017—it wanted to say too many things, too soon; don’t get us wrong, it worked—but now the show wants us to know, and believe, that it’s acceptable to do things slowly. Both literally and metaphorically.
While this award-winning sitcom continues to add bold, current choices to the long list of societal concerns it prefers to ridicule, the tone is significantly more casual in season 6.
For example, contrary to popular opinion, the wife does not penalize the husband for his out-of-wedlock child: it was pleasant to see this level of ‘cool’ surrounding an otherwise tense matter.
‘Working Moms’ also debunks the stereotype that b*tchy is bad: whether one likes it or not, series toughies Sloane (Enuka Okuma) and Anne’s personas are presented in a lot more likable light this season.
We rarely see a character, especially one who brings in the money, experience major transformations. Season 6 of ‘Working Moms’ isn’t just advocating for menopausal mothers and ambitious women to be seen and heard; it’s also letting you know that it’s fine for a woman to have children and a tough job.
In addition, we meet less explosive versions of Alice Carlson (Sadie Munroe), and, astonishingly, Lionel Carlson (Ryan Belleville) gets a spine and stands up to his fiery wife.
Now, although the former’s wise-beyond-years portrayal may not sit well with some (don’t we all enjoy a good meal-girls’ feel! ), the latter’s progress and overall shift is a welcome coincidence.
Workin Moms Season 6 Episodes
This season, we went back to fundamentals. Workin’ Moms Season 6 features 13 episodes, just like the previous three seasons. That means you’ll have plenty of chances to admire Catherine Reitman’s numerous eye rolls.
Workin Moms Season 6 Release Date
Workin’ Moms is a Netflix comedy series that is presently available in most parts of the world. Season 6 of Workin’ Moms just finished airing on CBC in Canada and will be available on Netflix worldwide in May 2022. We also have excellent news: Season 7 of the show is in the works, and it is now in pre-production.
You already know the routine if you’re a Netflix subscriber. New episodes will appear on the streaming giant starting at 3 a.m. ET on Tuesday, May 10. Don’t worry if you don’t view the episodes straight away.
Catherine Reitman intended the comedy series Workin’ Moms to have a sense of honesty, reality, and boldness when she came up with the concept. The show follows a group of 30-year-old working mothers in modern-day Toronto, Canada, as they attempt to keep their heads above water as they navigate life.
Since its premiere in 2017, the show has surged onto the comedy scene, garnering praise from reviewers and viewers alike. The response has been very positive, with the small Canadian sitcom receiving an average Rotten Tomatoes score of 74 percent and an IMDb rating of 7.6.
The Fosters and Carlsons must ‘balance the act’ this season of the Canadian production: slow down, start over, introspect, and make decisions that will give detractors something to talk about for days. ‘Working Moms,’ on the other hand, is a metaphor for nonconformists who, one curveball at a time, conform to their deepest wishes.