Mom has only lost about 6.15% of its target audience during the current, sixth season premiere, which has garnered 7.937 million viewers with a 1.29 key demo (-10.73%) among adults (P18-49). The ratings of the show thereby remain steady. As a result, nothing is surprising that CBS has given an early two-season pickup for the sitcom. Moreover, the viewing audience has increased within the subsequent episodes the season, bobbing up to 9.353 million viewers (S6E12).
Also worth noting that Mom still remains the fan-favorite show, given the statistics by Rotten Tomatoes. According to their metrics, Mom Season 6 holds a score of 3.9/5 and a 73% approval rating from the viewers. On Metacritic, we see almost the same indicators, 7.4/10. We dare to assume that CBS is about to renew Mom for the much more seasons, up to Season 10. The assumption might look bold and even presumptuous, yet high ratings always play in favor of renewal.
Mom Season 7 Release Date
As mentioned above, CBS opted to renew Mom for Season 7 & 8. However, a specific release date is yet to be announced. Nonetheless, if we take a look at the current schedule of the sitcom, we could discover that each new season of the show premiered in the period between September and November. As a result, we're almost sure that Mom Season 7 is set to premiere this fall, likely in September-November 2019.
However, you should bear in mind that no release date has been announced as of yet, and all the data above, thereby is nothing but our forecast, though based on the actual data. Therefore, in any case we are looking forward to any official news on the subject of the exact release date for the upcoming season of Mom. As soon as CBS reveals any additional data on the subject, we will update this page. Stay tuned for updates. We will keep you informed.
The story focuses on Christy, a recently sober young woman and a mother to her two children. She is a formerly alcohol and drug addict, who has already managed to cope with her addiction. Christy's recovered life looks monotonous but promising since she desires all the best for her kids. But one day, her life turns upside down. Christy's mother, Bonnie, suddenly appears at her doorstep. Bonnie is also a "recovering" drug and alcohol addict.
Yet in fact, she has not said goodbye to her past life yet. It's a big challenge for Christy to cope with her mother's "assistance" since Bonnie rather convinces her daughter to drink. Besides, Christy's own daughter soon becomes pregnant, while she is only sixteen. Christy also raises a son, Roscoe, by her ex, Baxter, a layabout, and pothead. In spite all the troubles, Christy used to treat her life positively.