Four women juggle love, careers, and parenthood. They support, challenge, and try not to judge each other as life throws them curveballs. Whether it is an identity crisis, a huge job opportunity, postpartum depression, or an unplanned pregnancy – they face both the good and bad with grace and humour.
The plot of the TV show “Workin’ Moms” is built around a difficult lives of four mothers who not only care for newborns, but also try to realize their professional dreams and establish a personal life. They’re old friends: PR Exec Kate Foster, a therapist Anne Carlson, IT tech Jenny Matthews, and real estate agent Frankie Coyne. Postpartum depression is not the most well-meaning colleague – they will cope with all of this together. Comedy series is a modern look at today’s mothers, based on personal experience of Catherine Reitman. They want to be of ideal moms who are able to combine family and work.Read more »
A sitcom from CBC Workin’ Moms returns for season 2. The comedy story continues to revolve around the difficult life of four mothers who are also close friends. They not only raise their children, but also try to realize themselves at work and build a personal life. Heroines, like in the previous episodes, help each other cope with all these problems. However, this time, the plot will plunge deeper, the characters of the main heroines will be revealed more, and we will laugh even more. Because solving their own workin and home problems, moms often fall into curious situations. Only friends, a sense of humor and inexhaustible optimism help them to get out. Moreover, the global question will be raised, what does it mean to be a person in the new episodes of Workin’ Moms 2.Read more »
Workin 'Moms Season 3 continues the story about the lives of four women who skillfully juggle love, career and motherhood. They support and try not to judge each other strictly, knowing that life is not always a holiday. Personality crisis, missed career opportunities, postpartum depression, or unplanned pregnancy - the main characters, as before, bravely and with humor cope with any difficulties.Read more »