watch Workin’ Moms season 7

Workin’ Moms has finished its seventh season, which means it’s easier than ever for fans to stream the entire series from start to finish. Below, we’ll explain how to watch every episode of Workin’ Moms online, whether you’re in Canada, the US, the UK, or anywhere else.

First, we should mention that we’re only recommending official streams for watching Workin’ Moms season 7 online. Shady sites often promise the world but more often than not, you’ll get laggy, low-resolution videos that are swiftly taken down for copyright violation. Luckily, there are a couple of low-cost, entirely legitimate ways to watch this show online.

Workin’ Moms is only available on on region-locked streaming platforms. As such, you’ll need a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to continue watching while traveling abroad.

How to watch Workin’ Moms online from abroad

A VPN encrypts your data and hides your actual IP address, enhancing your privacy. This also lets you regain access to your usual content during a trip abroad.

Here’s how to watch Workin’ Moms season 7 online from anywhere:

  1. Start by signing up with a reputable provider. We particularly recommend NordVPN although you can’t go wrong with Surfshark or ExpressVPN either.
  2. Next, download and install the VPN app. The services above also provide Chrome and Firefox browser extensions.
  3. Visit whichever streaming platform is showing Workin’ Moms in your country (see below if you’re unsure). If it’s Netflix, login now, as doing so later will cause an error.
  4. Connect to a VPN server in your home country.
  5. Try watching something on your chosen streaming service — videos should play immediately without any issues. Still having problems? Try clearing your browser’s cache and cookies. Another potential fix is to connect to another server in case it’s an issue with the IP address you’re using.


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Where to watch Workin’ Moms season 7 for free in Canada


CBC Television owns the rights to this show, which is great news because it means you can watch the seventh season (and the six before it) for free. Just visit CBC Gem, create an account, and start streaming! There are ad-free plans available for $4.99 CAD per month after a one-month trial, but these aren’t strictly necessary if you’re just looking to catch up.

Due to geographic restrictions, CBC Gem is only available in Canada. If you’re traveling abroad, you’ll therefore need to use a VPN to watch Workin’ Moms season 7 online. This means connecting to a VPN server in Canada and getting a Canadian IP addressNordVPN works with CBC Gem and even includes a 30-day money-back guarantee. As such, you can try it out risk-free and claim a full refund if you happen to change your mind.

Where else can I watch Workin’ Moms season 7 online?

If you live outside of Canada, it’s easier than you might think to stream Workin’ Moms online. Netflix currently offers every single episode in nearly 40 countries including the US, the UK, Australia, Japan, and France, so there’s a good chance it’s included in your regular content library.

Netflix prices vary based on your location, and if you’re somewhere that this show isn’t available, you’ll have to use a VPN to regain access.

Will there be an eighth season of Workin’ Moms?

The show’s creator and star, Catherine Reitman, has stated that she didn’t want Workin’ Moms to outstay its welcome. With that in mind, the seventh season was specifically created to wrap up any dangling threads. At the time of writing, there are no plans for sequels, spin-offs, or movie adaptations, so when it’s done, it’s done.

Who stars in Workin’ Moms season 7?

Most of the main cast returned for the final season, barring Juno Rinaldi (who played Frankie), who left at the end of season five. This included:

  • Catherine Reitman (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia) as Kate
  • Dani Kind (Wynonna Earp) as Anne
  • Enuka Okuma (Rookie Blue) as Sloane
  • Jessalyn Wanlim (All My Children) as Jenny
  • Sarah McVie (Handmaid’s Tale) as Val
  • Ryan Belleville (Detentionaire) as Lionel
  • Nikki Duval (New Eden) as Rosie Phillips
  • Ramond Ablack (Degrassi: The Next Generation) as Ram