Workin’ Moms is one of Netflix’s top comedy series, and it is currently available in most parts of the world. Season 6 of Workin’ Moms has just concluded on CBC in Canada and will be available on Netflix worldwide in May 2022. We also have good news: Season 7 of the show is in the works, and it is currently in pre-production.
Workin’ Moms, produced by Wolf + Rabbit Entertainment, debuted on Netflix in Canada in the middle of its run on CBC. They got the first three seasons in February 2019 and have been getting regular doses of the show ever since. The most recent, which was stymied by filming production delays, will be available on Netflix in June 2021.
The show is available on Netflix around the world as a Netflix Original, but it’s worth noting that it is only a Netflix exclusive. Aside from releasing the show exclusively outside of Canada, their involvement in the show is minimal (though one could argue that they are indirectly funding the project).
According to Nielsen, Season 5 has received over 418 million viewing minutes. Workin’ Moms has spent 24 days in the top ten in the United States. Furthermore, the show does well in Australia, Ireland, Switzerland, and Austria.
When did Season 6 of Workin’ Moms premiere in Canada?
Before the show can be streamed on Netflix, it must first air on. Production on Season 6 began on July 12th, 2021. Season 6 filming was then extended until September 23rd, 2021.
It premiered on CBC on January 4th, 2022, and ran until April 12th, 2022.
Who’s in the cast of Netflix’s hit show?
Catherine Reitman, who plays Kate Foster in the show, created the series. Philip Sternberg, Reitman’s real-life spouse, plays Kate’s on-screen husband Nathan.
Dani Kind plays Kate’s best friend Anne Carlson, actor Ryan Belleville plays Lionel, and Sadie Munroe plays their on-screen daughter Alice. Sarah McVie and Juno Rinaldi play the other “moms” in the show.
is Workin’ Moms based on Catherine Reitman’s real life?
Both yes and no. She began writing the hit comedy series as a way to cope with her postpartum depression.
In a 2019 interview with Glamour, she explained, “While I understood the tasks that were required of me, I no longer had any sense of self. “
I felt painfully alone, despite the fact that I was surrounded by people and responsibilities.”
“It wasn’t until my husband, Philip, urged me to write about my experiences that I began to see the light. ” she continued.
I began to recognize the’me’ that I was prior to having my son by fleshing out my sadness and exposing the strange and funny angles to it.”