Forget the holiday season! If you’re anything like us here at The TV Junkies, then you’re anxiously awaiting the return of CBC’s Workin’ Moms. Thankfully, Season 3 of the comedy series is set to return with back-to-back episodes on Thursday, January 10 at 9 p.m. ET on CBC. We’ve got a first look at that return below with some new photos from the series’ first two episodes of a season that promises growth for all the moms as Kate (Catherine Reitman), Anne (Dani Kind), Frankie (Juno Rinaldi) and Jenny (Jessalyn Wanlim) deal with important questions and try to advance their careers.
Kate is pregnant and almost ready to give birth, still reeling from Nathan’s (Philip Sternberg) infidelity and trying to rebuild her life while keeping a business afloat. Anne is still processing her Brad-related trauma, struggles in her new position as psychiatrist at the university mental health centre, and obsessing over her daughters’ safety while inadvertently putting her family at risk.
Meanwhile, viewers will see Frankie as they never have before, raking in cash and running a new agency. Will she lose herself again? Jenny makes a return with a new interest in motherhood and advancing her career.
Directors for the season are Reitman, Renuka Jeyapalan (Kim’s Convenience, Murdoch Mysteries), Yael Staav (Baroness von Sketch Show), and executive producer Sternberg. The series is written by Reitman, Locke, Kathleen Phillips (Sunnyside), Rob Baker (Guidance, Body Buds), Monica Heisey (Schitt’s Creek, Baroness von Sketch Show), Adam Cawley and Daniel Gold. Series cinematography by Maya Bankovic (In the Making, Below Her Mouth), production design by Danielle Sahota (Carmilla, How to Buy a Baby) and costume design by Sheila Fitzpatrick (Open Heart, Degrassi: Next Class).
Are you excited for the return of Workin’ Moms? Add your thoughts about Season 3 below!
Workin’ Moms Season 3 premieres with back-to-back episodes on Thursday, January 10 at 9 p.m. ET on CBC.
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