Workin’ Moms season 6 review – have our favourite mothers grown?

May 10, 2022
Daniel Hart 0
Netflix, Streaming Service, TV Reviews
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Season 6 is heavily about personal development and embarking on a maturity level expected in later adulthood.

This review of Netflix’s Workin’ Moms season 6 does not contain spoilers.

Workin’ Moms has longevity and continuous promise. It survived the Canadian network commission and the Netflix partnership, ensuring we embark on at least six seasons. Getting to this many seasons is a rarity in television these days, but this series keeps on proving time and time again that there’s life in this story.

And it helps that the cast has kept it wonderfully consistent and full of energy. The comedy, the charm, the chemistry, and the theme have remained balanced and engaging throughout, encouraging viewers to flame through the twenty-minute chapters.

Season 6 amounts to thirteen episodes, proving that the writers had a lot of stories to tell. Workin’ Moms stays close to the character development, forcing Kate, Anne, and their companions to renew their desire for growth. Season 6 is heavily about personal development and embarking on a maturity level expected in later adulthood.

Of course, the opening of season six addresses Kate’s new personal problem; her husband suddenly has a teenage son from nowhere, with no DNA evidence that the boy is his, but there’s an expectation that she has to extend the family. The boy is named Nathan Jr, which only makes things worse.

Workin’ Moms remains fresh with the comedy, bringing plenty of amusing moments to keep the engagement ticking. It’s honestly surprising how this series continues to impress, and with the ending of season 6, it does not look like it will end relatively soon.

Viewers will watch their favorite mothers with a keen eye — have they grown? Are they capable of growing? The theme relishes further plot points as the story of the modern working mother continues.

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