When Workin’ Moms first landed on Netflix in 2019, it was nice Canadian gem that was very funny but largely overlooked. Finally, here was this show about overworked moms that wasn’t afraid to approach childcare with both vulgarity and humor. Six seasons later, it’s morphed into what feels like a brand staple.
Wondering when you can expect new episodes? Consider this your guide on when you can watch Workin’ Moms Season 6 and what you need to remember from last season.
When Will Workin’ Moms Season 6 Be on Netflix?
Welcome back Kate, Anne, Frankie, and Jenny. The sixth season of Workin’ Moms will be on Netflix this Tuesday, May 10.
What Time Will Workin’ Moms Season 6 Be on Netflix?
If you’re up to date on Netflix, you know the drill. New episodes will premiere on the streaming giant Tuesday, May 10 starting at 3 a.m. ET. If you don’t see the episodes right away, don’t worry. Refresh your browser and they should be there.
How Many Episodes Are in Workin’ Moms Season 6?
This season returned to basics. Just like with the first three seasons, Workin’ Moms Season 6 has 13 episodes. That means you’ll have a lot of opportunities to appreciate Catherine Reitman’s many eye rolls.
How Did Workin’ Moms Season 5 End?
Need a recap? We have your back. After moving away, the newly published Anne (Dani Kind) and her family gave up their new life and finally decided to move back to Toronto. That’s the good news. The bad news is that her husband Lionel (Ryan Belleville) is stuck in jail. Last season, their daughter Alice (Sadie Munroe) started dating a guy who had some pretty backwards views on women. While he was in the middle of one of his deeply insulting rants, Lionel punched this literal child. And then he did it again. Now the kid’s parents are pressing charges.
As messed up as that it, it’s nothing compared to what Jenny (Jessalyn Wanlim) did. In an attempt to turn her fling into a serious thing, Jenny faked being pregnant with her new friend with benefits. In the end, he called her bluff and took her to get an ultrasound. That’s when they both learned that Jenny actually is very much pregnant. Oops.
As for Frankie (Juno Rinaldi), she opened up her own real estate practice last season. After one of her realtors fell to his death, she had to make a choice. She could either do the landlord’s bidding and pressure her late employee’s family not to sue, or she could act humanely. Naturally, Frankie took the latter option. Even though she’s now open to a lawsuit, her morals are in tact.
Finally, there’s Kate (Reitman). Kate was flying high at the end of Season 5. Her new marketing firm was starting to click, she found a way to stand up for herself against her work mentor Sloane (Enuka Okuma), and her family was OK overall. Sure, she may have sent a picture of her butthole to her son’s entire class in a move that cost him most of his friends, but generally things were looking up for Kate. That changed in Season 5’s final moments when a preteen boy revealed that he may be Nathan’s (Philip Sternberg) son. Prepare for chaos.