Workin Moms Season 7: Renewed or Cancelled?

‘Workin’ Moms,’ created by Catherine Reitman, is a funny comedy. It follows four working moms in a mommy-and-me group: PR professional Kate, psychiatrist Anne, IT expert Jenny, and real estate agent Frankie. As they negotiate the ups and downs of work-life, parenting, and establishing their identities in a contemporary society, these women create a great friendship over time.

The show began on CBC on January 10, 2017, and afterwards on Netflix on February 22, 2019. The show’s funny but realistic story was a hit with viewers. As a result of its debut on the streaming giant, it attracted a greater audience. After a great six-season run, fans are excited to see what the charming characters get up to next. Let us quickly go through the facts of the upcoming season 7.

Release Date for Season 7 of Working Moms

Season 6 of ‘Workin’ Moms’ premiered on Netflix on May 10, 2022, in its entirety. The season ran on CBC from January 4, 2022, until April 12, 2022, before being released on the streamer. The sixth edition consists of 13 episodes, each lasting 22-23 minutes.

Let us now discuss the possibilities of a seventh season. The creators have yet to confirm if a sequel is in the works. The likelihood of the sitcom returning at least once more is strong. This is mostly because Season 6 leaves a lot of room for future plots if the show continues.

In addition, the Directors Guild of Canada’s production staff roster shows that season 7 is currently in pre-production. If it hasn’t already, filming might begin in Summer 2022. Not only that, but other sitcoms on the network, such as ‘Mr. D,’ have returned for more than six seasons, so ‘Workin’ Moms’ is likely to do the same.

Considering all of the above, it’s just a matter of time until we learn more about the prospective seventh season. If the programme is officially greenlit before the end of summer 2022, season 7 of ‘Workin’ Moms’ will premiere on Netflix in Q2 2023.

Who can appear in Season 7 of Workin’ Moms?

Catherine Reitman and Dani Kind may reprise their roles as Kate and Anne if Season 7 is approved. Jessalyn Wanlim and Enuka Okuma are also expected to return as Jenny and Sloane, respectively. Sarah McVie (Val) and Philip Sternberg (Nathan) are both scheduled to return. Juno Rinaldi, on the other hand, will not be returning her part as Frankie since the character has been written out of the plot.

Ryan Belleville (Lionel), Sadie Munroe (Alice), Alex Mallari Jr. (Malcolm Cody Patrick or MCP), Martha Girvin (Heather), Kyle Breitkopf (Nathan Jr.), and Mason and Nolan Gahan (if there is a seventh season) (Charlie). Aside from them, other characters may be introduced to the cast.

What is the plot of Workin’ Moms Season 7?

Nathan Jr.’s entrance in the Foster home in Season 6 creates some conflict at first. Meanwhile, Anne is dealing with rage problems but refuses to get therapy, causing conflicts with Lionel. Sloane’s pregnancy complicates her efforts to manage her personal and professional worlds. As the season draws to a close, Jenny informs Malcolm of her miscarriage and cancels the wedding, while Sloane gives birth to her baby. Val also assists a lady in giving birth in the hospital, and Anne achieves a breakthrough in treatment.

After realising how much they miss one other, Kate and Anne reconcile over the phone, only for the latter to abruptly disconnect after seeing Heather. Season 7 will very certainly disclose the consequences of the cliffhanger. We could get a glimpse of what happened between Heather and Anne and how it impacts Alice. Sloane’s experience as a mother and how she manages work will also be explored. Jenny’s new business endeavour without Malcolm will be intriguing to watch. Kate and Nathan Jr.’s budding attraction and Val’s increased confidence at work are two other prospective storylines.

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