Why ‘Moms and Dads’ is so much more than a ‘parent’s show’
Posted On July 15, 2021
The second season of the “Moms & Dads” sitcom is finally upon us.
It has been almost a decade since we last saw the show, and the final episode (a cliffhanger that also features a cameo by the late, great Chris Rock) was released today.
The finale was the best part of the season, but it wasn’t all sunshine and rainbows.
The show’s final hour had a whole bunch of big revelations that left viewers with a lot to think about, including a character death that was very, very sad.
While “Mommies and Daddies” may not be the first show to be canceled due to an underwhelming first season, it has certainly had the worst start to its run.
The most recent series finale, “The Great American Nightmare,” aired in September 2016, a year after “MOMs & Daddys.”
After airing the first season of “Mads & Doms” last year, the show went into a “meltdown,” and “Mornings with Chris” dropped its last episode in September 2017.
That’s when things really started to go downhill for the series.
After the last episode, “Masses of You,” the network canceled the series and ended its second season in October 2018.
But unlike “Momes & Dames,” “Maths & Dats” is not the only show on the chopping block.
The network has also announced it is working on a new sitcom called “Midsomer Murders,” which is based on the real-life murder case that has plagued the show’s lead character, a woman named Rachel.
The series will be based on a true story, and will take place in the 1990s and 2000s.
While there has been a lot of speculation as to what will happen next for “Mods & Drats,” the last few episodes have confirmed the network will not be renewing the series, which had been on hiatus for more than four years.
“Moses & Co.” was the network’s highest-rated show since 2011, when it averaged 4.8 million viewers per episode, but the ratings dropped to 3.7 million viewers in 2018 and 2.4 million viewers last year.
The reason for the decline?
“Modes of Play” ended the season last month and viewers were bored.
But “Muds & Duds” was cancelled after the second episode last year and the ratings were much better.
” Moms & Muds” and “Drats & Dots” will be cancelled next season.
We’re not sure what “Mens & Daters” will become, but “Meds & Dairs” was not canceled either.
As for the future of “moms & dads,” we don’t know what the network plans to do with the series when it does come back.
We have seen it become a way for celebrities to have their show picked up by cable networks.
But the show was always in the back of our minds, even before the show got cancelled.
We just didn’t have the time to look into it as much as we should have.
The worst part about “M&D” is that the show never really got a chance to prove itself to anyone, because it was just a way to have a laugh with celebrities.
It was all fun and games until one day, it was real.