CBS has yet to officially renew Mom for Season 4, but co-creator Chuck Lorre sees no end on the horizon for the popular sitcom, per THR:
I think it’s a wide open arena for storytelling. People trying to repair their lives and change their lives doesn’t seem like a finite arena. These are characters who are undergoing some sort of evolution and that’s a difficult process. It’s fraught with trial and error and hopefully trial and error means comedy. I don’t see why the stories couldn’t continue. The characters are continuous in flux and I think that’s the heart and soul of series to continue. If characters and their relationships are dynamic and are open to change, they’re not one-joke characters, they’re not one-story characters. They can embrace as many stories as anyone’s lives can tell.
Stay tuned as we continue to monitor the status of Mom Season 4…
I love “Mom” and its incredible cast. That being said, Anna Faris is absolutely the best actress on TV. Not only is she extremely talented but she is also gorgeous. Pictures taken at the Emmy’s were stunning. It is so funny when she jumps on someone like Bonnie at the bridal shop and Baxter in his van, etc. I like that she is the central figure in the show and everything revolves around her. I hope the show is on for many years. Yea Bambi with the big eyes. For what it’s worth I hope her rude, arrogant, jerk ex gets fat again and crashes and burns. And he is, at best, a mediocre actor. Furthermore, I think her career is doing great; she stars in a top rated TV show, has a book coming out, has a new movie in the works, has her own pod cast, and teaches a class at USC. And of course she has been raising Jack alone. I also love Chuck Lorre and the great writers, and the show’s theme song sure is rousing. Attending the show in person is on my “bucket list”.