Catherine Reitman’s ‘Workin’ Moms’ to end with next season 7 on UKTN, Netflix


Catherine Reitman’s comedy sitcom working moms is set to end with its upcoming seventh season.

The daughter of the late Hollywood director Ivan Reitman writes, directs and stars in the sitcom which launched on the UKTN network in Canada in 2017, before Netflix resumed Canadian import two years later. The final season will debut on UKTN and UKTN Gem in winter 2023, followed by release on Netflix elsewhere in the world.

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Wolf + Rabbit Entertainment is working in Toronto on the final season, which will consist of 13 half-hour episodes.

“And so, it is with love and gratitude that I announce Season Seven as our final season. Biggest thanks to our partners, UKTN and Netflix, for supporting a show that shines a flashlight in the darkest corners. darkest moments of motherhood. To those of you who stopped me on the street, to share your love of the show – I see you. I hear you. And thank you. Go get them moms,” said Reitman in a statement.

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Reitman will return in the final season alongside Dani Kind, Jessalyn Wanlim, Philip Sternberg, Ryan Belleville, Sarah McVie, Sadie Munroe, Peter Keleghan, Nikki Duval, and Enuka Okuma as Sloane Mitchell.

The creator and star also posted a video on Twitter sharing the news, calling the “hilarious” and “deeply moving” final season a “love letter” to fans and her father, who passed away earlier this year. The previous season ended on a cliffhanger.

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working moms is produced by Reitman, Sternberg, Jonathan A. Walker, Tina Horwitz and Joe Sorge. Jessie Gabe and Karen Kicak will present the seventh season and also serve as executive producers.

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