Is Workin’ Moms final chapter debuting earlier on Netflix than you had anticipated? Here is everything we currently know.
Only one month is left for the international fans who want to know what more can happen in the final chapter of Workin’ Moms and we know that interest has been at an all-time high, which is one of the reasons why viewers have tuned in to watch the prior episodes as soon as possible.
So, if you are one of those who want to get clarity about when the last season will premiere on Netflix, then look no further, as we’ve compiled all of the relevant information about the season’s release date, plot, cast, trailer, and other details right here for you to help you prepare before streaming.
Continue reading to learn more about Workin’ Moms Season 7.
Workin’ Moms Season 7: When will the last season premiere on Netflix?
The beloved Canadian television sitcom is finally coming to an end! After months of deliberation, the fans are more cheerful than ever as the much-awaited final season is now confirmed to release on Wednesday, April 26, 2023, on Netflix. It will have the same time slot of 12:00 a.m. (PT) or 3:00 a.m. (ET) as other series on the streaming service.
On the other hand, the episode will premiere roughly one month after the final episode, “The End,” aired on Tuesday, March 28, 2023, at 9 p.m. ET (9:30 p.m. NT) on CBC and CBC Gem. In order to receive alerts when Workin’’Moms Season 7 premieres on Netflix, interested viewers can also enable notifications on the streaming platform to get all the latest updates.
Moreover, the official Netflix Twitter handle also confirmed the official premiere date, by sharing the announcement with a new still of the star cast, quoting, “Workin’ Moms: The Seventh and Final Season premieres April 26.” Take a look at the official post below:
Workin' Moms: The Seventh and Final Season premieres April 26 pic.twitter.com/9yT6UTBltC
— Netflix (@netflix) March 21, 2023
Workin’ Moms Season 7: What to expect in the final season?
The final season explores lasting friendships, ambitious careers, raising families, and growing up. The biggest challenge of all is striking the right balance. The official synopsis states, “Can women have it all? Some days yes and some days… not so much. Workin’ Moms also explores the loves, careers, and friendships of four 30-something urban moms.”
While Season 6 of the show concluded with a cliffhanger finale, Kate begins reckoning with her own ambition when she takes her business into risky new territory. Her choices blur the lines between her personal and professional life as her husband Nathan becomes an unlikely lab rat.
Meanwhile, Anne finds herself embracing fearlessness following her traumatic experience with a patient in last season’s finale. She pushes her family’s limits in the process, even if her supportive husband Lionel is a little worried about her behavior. Jenny learns that “going it alone” isn’t an easy feat when making a fresh start and searching for a better version of yourself.
Later, we learn that Val finds herself the hottest new grandma on the block and begins to climb the ranks of an illegal breastmilk black market, and Sloane is determined to stay on top with her newborn baby in tow but is forced to decide whether her personal and professional priorities are as settled as she thought.
The cast members include Sadie Munro as Anne’s daughter Alice, Kyle Breitkopf as Nathan Jr, Peter Keleghan as Kate’s boss Richard, Nikki Duval as Kate’s business partner Rosie, Kevin Vidal as Mo, Kate’s rival-turned-business-partner, Raymond Ablack as quirky CEO Ram, Teresa Pavlink as scientist Denise and Dylan Taylor as Paul, Sloane’s supportive boyfriend.
Many returning supporting characters include Jann Arden, Dan Aykroyd, Donald McClean, Aviva Mongillo, Jenny Pudavick, Dayo Ade as Val’s partner Mel and Christian Martyn, and Evan Marsh as Val’s kids. Moreover, the final season is written by Jessie Gabe, Karen Kicak, Daniel Gold, Aidan O’Loughlin, Masooma Hussain, Linsey Stewart, Enuka Okuma, and Catherine Reitman.
Workin’ Moms Season 7 Episodes and Streaming Options
The last season has a total of 13 episodes, just like the prior season, to conclude the overall storyline. Especially for you, we have listed down the official episode titles and synopsis of the season, which can definitely help you picture the plot and character arcs.
If you don’t want to learn any important plot details or have any preconceived notions about how the story will end, we advise you to stop reading the section after this one. Check out the official episode guide for Workin’ Moms Season 7 to learn more about what will happen in the series.
Episode 1: Ohmygodohmygodohmygod: Kate is pushed out of her comfort zone by developments at work; Sloane doubles down as the hardest-working executive with a baby; Anne bounces back from her attack better than ever.
Episode 2: A Hoot and a Scream: Kate struggles to market a game-changing yet controversial pill, as Sloane’s strategy puts her at odds with an author; while Jenny meets a dead-end, Anne meets a new friend in Anger Management.
Episode 3: I Got This: On her first day away from the baby, Sloane’s maternal anxieties seep into the workplace; a disastrous commercial shoot brings Kate closer to her new client, as Anne goes on a risky field trip with hers.
Episode 4: Funny Business: In an act of desperation, Jenny brings Zoe to visit a daunting figure from her past; Kate tries to revive her sex life and makes a pact with an amped-up Anne.
Episode 5: The Sterilizer: Kate spins a PR crisis using Nathan’s recent guilty pleasure; Anne and Lionel grow suspicious of Alice’s involvement in a club; Val helps Sloane find a community of her own.
Episode 6: It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere: Kate joins Ram out of the office to brainstorm; Sloane catches her new friend in a lie; Jenny joins a surprising self-defense class; Anne resolves to foil Alice’s plan.
Episode 7: It’s All Gone: When they wake up at Kate’s office the morning after a night no one can remember, the ladies must piece together exactly how a celebration for Alice could have gone so horribly wrong.
Episode 8: Fast and Soft: Maternity leave is over and it’s time for these four moms to return to work while navigating kids, bosses, love, and life in modern-day Toronto.
Episode 9. Old Sloane: Kate is torn when she receives conflicting information about her client, as she’s also roped into a group project with Jenny; Anne guides Sloane on a mission to rediscover their old selves.
Episode 10: The Proposal: The gang’s surprise for Val is derailed when she runs into her ex; in the chaos, Sloane sees a new side of Paul, Anne puts Alice in the hot seat, and Kate goes above and beyond for her client.
Episode 11: Two Steve Jobs: Kate puts the business first as things get personal at a high-stakes conference; Anne’s trust issues take over when Alice wants to go abroad; Sloane finally unbottles her emotions.
Episode 12: Fun Fair: A Jenny-organized school fun fair brings everybody together for a day of festivities and life-changing decisions.
Episode 13: The End: Kate searches for the magic; Anne learns to let go; Sloane honors her priorities; Jenny course corrects; Val makes amends.
Catch up on the previous season before Workin’ Moms Season 7 premieres on Netflix.