Workin' Moms: Season 4 (2020)

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Season 4 premiere. Kate faces judgment from her friends over her decision, and clashes with Mike over the Tru Air account. Meanwhile, Anne handles a rebellious Alice with creative discipline; and Frankie and Bianca navigate new waters.

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Alice's new internship at Kate Foster PR drains Kate's resources the day of a client event. Meanwhile, Lionel's attempt at teaching his daughter the meaning of responsibility backfires; and Frankie makes a decision Bianca may not be ready for.

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Kate wonders whether Mike is friend or foe; Anne and Nathan face off at the kids' day camp; Jenny discovers a dark secret at Tech-cellent; Frankie grows suspicious of Sean.

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A misstep from Alice puts Anne's book in jeopardy. Meanwhile, between Mike troubles, a Tru Air PR crisis and a birthday dinner with less-than-delightful in-laws, Kate's plate is full; and Jenny goes on the warpath for equal pay.

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Kate and Nathan struggle with their new living arrangement; Frankie and Juniper take their investigation of Sean too far; Anne looks at her relationship with Alice in a new light.

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A lice outbreak at camp becomes everyone's worst nightmare; recognized in a "40 under 40" piece, Kate's interview soon proves somewhat uncomfortable; Anne quarantines her house while Frankie tries to sell a home under false pretences.

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Katie is stuck in the middle of PR crisis for her client Apres. Anne is inspired by a book idea.

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Kate desperately searches the brewery for Charlie; Jenny's employers see things her way; Frankie seizes an opportunity for vengeful justice; and Anne and Lionel make a life-changing decision.

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Big changes are in the air as the moms stand up for their children, their partners, their businesses--and more importantly, themselves.

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Critic Reviews for Workin' Moms Season 4

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Netflix has once again delivered on a show that we didn't know we needed.

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Audience Reviews for Workin' Moms: Season 4

  • Dec 17, 2020
    It is a great series! I binged all the first 3 seasons in 2019. It is a fun picture of modern working moms with big and small kids, friends, successful or not no much careers. The parts of their lives that no one else really sees it. It is an easy watch and a funny sitcom. I love Anne's husband, Leonel. Such a great character :) Season 4 is not the best for Jenny's character. The main reason to not give it more stars.
  • Jun 22, 2020
    All round I like the TV series ,however, with season 4 the problem with jenny at work did not make sense and how she resolved it was distasteful. Before she made the claim of wage gap did she stop to take into consideration how many shifts the men work compared to women and how the women have been pregnant and missed how many months. For instance Gary works much hard er than most of them and it was even stated. Marvin was the manager so by default he should be making more than them. When Jenny threatened the CEO her reasons did not make sense. And Ian's job had to do with stocking and physical labour. The fact that they called it sexism is stupid. This wage gap theory has been debunked on multiple occasions and the fact that they used it was ridiculous. This had to be said
  • May 23, 2020
    I've binged all four seasons. As an old divorced guy who never had kids, I loved seeing this perspective. Great edgy comical dialog. And it was created by one of the leads. SEASON 5 PLZ
  • May 10, 2020
    This was not as great as I hoped it would be. Anticlimactic and meh. Although the lice episode was great.
  • May 09, 2020
    quite watchable.....
  • May 07, 2020
    Anne is fan service. Nathan is a little girl

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