The Web series Mommy Uncensored is packing up its Sippy cups and diaper bags to get ready for a new season.
According to Justin Jordan, co-creator and director, Season Two is raucous and real on a “whole new level.” Complex story lines deal with strained friendship, cheating, insecurities, the objectification of women in media, domestic life, among others. “We’ve added great actors and directors to the team, who come from the Big Screen and Broadway,” he said.
The show follows the trials and tribulations of Karen Wright as she tries to juggle motherhood, marriage and the manic moments intrinsic to both. Based on the real-life experiences of Justin and his wife, Charity Jordan, the show became an instant hit with mothers everywhere during season one.
Co-creator and star, Charity, shares in the secrets for what’s coming up. “Season Two is juicy! In season one, Karen was trying to keep her head above water and adapt to the new responsibilities that came along with motherhood. In season two, Karen’s home life has begun to stabilize as she settles into her new role as Mommy. Now, motherhood is affecting her relationships – how she relates to others and how others relate to her.”
Justin adds, “Mommy Uncensored is the first show I’ve seen that keeps it real on parenthood, and the daily struggles a mom (and dad) face to maintain one’s identity, social life, and marriage in the world of diapers and minivans. These are our lived-in stories for everyone who’s had an awkward moment, like mis-congratulating a non-pregnant woman. The show is fun, real and therapeutic comedy for every mom and dad who’s felt the pressure of cashing in their cool points for onesies.”
Season Two can be seen on youtube.com/MommyUncensored.