‘Workin’ Moms’ is a Canadian sitcom that takes a hilarious look at all the trials and tribulations that come with motherhood. The show has previously received several accolades because of its aspirational characters, uplifting storyline, and most of all, its realistic reflection of parenthood. Its fourth season is finally on Netflix and if you’re already waiting for its next season, we might have some good news for you in the next section.
Workin’ Moms Season 5 Release Date
‘Workin’ Moms’ Season 4 released on February 18, 2020, on CBC Television and on Netflix on May 6, 2020. When it comes to the fifth season of the show, CBC has officially announced that it is definitely happening. Going by its previous release schedule, it would logical to expect ‘Workin’ Moms’ Season 5 to release sometime in February 2021 in Canada, on CBC Television. But due to due to the ongoing pandemic situation, the fifth season could be delayed. We expect ‘Workin’ Moms’ Season 5 to release sometime in Fall 2021.
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Workin’ Moms Season 5 Cast: Who can be in it?
The cast of ‘Workin’ Moms’ is led by Catherine Reitman, who plays the role of Kate Foster; Dani Kind who plays Anne Carlson; Juno Rinaldi who stars as Frankie Coyne. Other primary cast members include Jessalyn Wanlim as Jenny Matthews and Dennis Andres as Ian Matthews.
There are also several recurring and supporting cast members in the show which include Katherine Barrell as Alicia Rutherford, Philip Sternberg as Nathan Foster, Sarah McVie as Val Szalinsky, Ryan Belleville as Lionel Carlson, Peter Keleghan as Richard, Nikki Duval as Rosie Phillips, Sadie Munroe as Alice Carlson, and Nelu Handa as Jade, among many others.
Workin’ Moms Season 5 Plot: What Can it Be About?
In one of her interviews, the creator of the show, Catherine Reitman, explained how she first came up with the idea of creating ‘Workin’ Moms’ based on her own personal experiences. She claimed that the seeds of her idea were sown when she was filming a movie a few weeks after her own son was born. While filming, she was around many improv comedy people who made fun of her not being at home for her first Mother’s Day.
When she later told this to her husband, she ended up crying and that’s when he asked her springboard her emotions into something bigger. “And from there on, the show existed, and it became my responsibility to sort of tell, to maintain that honesty that I had in that scene where I break down in front of those guys,” she recounted.
Thus, although nothing much has been revealed about the potential plot points that will be covered in the next season of ‘Workin’ Moms’, one common element that has been spanning throughout its four-season runtime is the show’s honesty towards motherhood. So, for obvious reasons, like all the previous installments, even season 5 will perfectly capture the spirit of being a mother and will be relatable for almost every mom out there.
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