The much-anticipated seventh and final season of the beloved Canadian sitcom, “Workin’ Moms,” has made its return, offering fans another dose of laughter, friendship, and the chaotic world of motherhood.
Created by the show’s star, Catherine Reitman, the series promises to deliver a satisfying conclusion to the adventures of Kate, Anne, Sloane, Jenny, and Val as they navigate the complexities of work, family, and friendship.
Working Moms Season 7 Overview
As we delve into the seventh season, fans are in for a wild ride. Kate and Anne, best friends and fellow moms, have reunited following their friendship’s turmoil in the previous season. The season introduces new characters and plotlines, including Kate’s potential client, portrayed by Raymond Ablack from “Ginny & Georgia.”
Anne embarks on a new lease of life after a harrowing encounter with her former psychiatric patient, Heather, who nearly took her life. Sloane, the publishing executive, takes on the challenge of making every day a “Take Your (Infant) Child to Work Day.”
Jenny, the chaotic ex-IT specialist, starts afresh after both quitting her job and ending her relationship with Malcolm. Meanwhile, Val explores unconventional methods to reclaim her status as a baby whisperer. As the season unfolds, viewers can expect a mix of humor, drama, and emotional moments.
Fans can already stream “Workin’ Moms” Season 7.
For a sneak peek into the seventh season’s hilarity and drama, you can watch the official trailer
The talented ensemble cast of “Workin’ Moms” Season 7 includes:
- Catherine Reitman as Kate, a PR executive
- Dani Kind as Anne, a psychiatrist
- Enuka Okuma as Sloane, a publishing executive
- Jessalyn Wanlim as Jenny, a former IT specialist
- Sarah McVie as Val, leader of the Mommy and Me group where Kate and Anne meet Jenny
- Ryan Belleville as Anne’s husband, Lionel
- Philip Sternberg as Kate’s husband, Nate
- Sadie Munroe as Anne and Lionel’s daughter, Alice
- Nikki Duval as Kate’s co-worker, Rosie
- Dylan Taylor as Sloane’s partner, Paul
- Raymond Ablack as Kate’s new client, Ram
Season 7 Plot
Season 7 picks up the pieces from the dramatic cliffhanger of the previous season. Anne wakes up in the hospital after Heather’s deliberate car collision, seemingly unfazed by the ordeal.
Sloane returns to work determined to balance her career with motherhood, despite facing resistance from colleagues and clients. Kate Foster PR takes on a unique campaign for male birth control, with Kate’s husband, Nathan, volunteering as a test subject.
Jenny, who parted ways with Malcolm and left her job, insists on joining Kate’s team, despite her unorthodox professionalism. Anne, embracing newfound adrenaline and risk-taking, refuses to report Heather’s attempt on her life, even purchasing a tarantula along the way.
“Workin’ Moms” is set in the vibrant city of Toronto.
As “Workin’ Moms” embarks on its seventh and final season, fans can prepare for a rollercoaster of emotions, witty humor, and touching moments. The series has been a relatable and entertaining portrayal of the challenges faced by working mothers, and its conclusion promises to be a fitting send-off for these beloved characters. So, grab some tissues just in case, because the journey of these moms trying to have it all is one you won’t want to miss.
While “Workin’ Moms” may be concluding, fans can keep an eye out for Catherine Reitman’s future projects, as her talent and creativity are sure to bring more compelling stories to the screen.