Everything about Workin’ Moms, eh?

Link: Women Behind Canadian TV: Catherine Reitman

From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:

Link: Women Behind Canadian TV: Catherine Reitman
“I was listening to Shonda Rhimes recently and I think she said it best with ‘if you’re a writer you’ve got to write. You’ve just got to keep writing.’ I think that applies to being a director or an actor. You have to lie, cheat, steal, borrow, get friends to lend you a camera–people don’t even have an excuse any more because we’ve been gifted with these phones that have the most extraordinary cameras. We should all be making things, and if you do have the gift or the bite, you have to continue making things.” Continue reading. 

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Link: Workin’ Moms is for everyone, not just working moms

From David Silverberg of The Canadian Jewish News:

Link: Workin’ Moms is for everyone, not just working moms

Despite the on-the-nose title of her new CBC show, Catherine Reitman says Workin’ Moms is not just for, well, working mothers.

“Most humans have felt an identity crisis at some point in their lives,” Reitman says in an interview at a downtown Toronto restaurant. “This is about people returning to work after a dramatic event.” Continue reading.

 

 

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Link: Katherine Barrell draws inspiration from her new Workin’ Moms role

From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:

Link: Katherine Barrell draws inspiration from her new Workin’ Moms role
“The women-centric aspect was a huge draw for me and having it be a female-centric comedy. It’s such a pleasure getting to work with women, especially on comedy, which is something that I think is really rare and very unique. The fact that it had both those elements for me was a slam dunk.” Continue reading.

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Link: Workin’ Moms: Dani Kind on Anne’s unapologetically frank attitude

From Bridget Liszewski of the TV Junkies:

Workin’ Moms: Dani Kind on Anne’s unapologetically frank attitude
There is no sugar coating when it comes to Anne Carlson on Workin’ Moms. If you’re looking for anything other than the truth, then she’s not the friend for you. However, Anne’s unapologetically frank attitude can also be viewed as refreshing and actress Dani Kind gives a real heart to the character under all that sarcasm and exhaustion. She is a little less than thrilled to be pregnant with a third, and unexpected, child and Anne isn’t afraid to let everyone know that. It’s just one of the many refreshingly honest stories the new CBC comedy series is telling. Continue reading.

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