'Workin' Moms' Season 4: Frankie's gay next-door neighbor could herald a new chapter in her love life
The next season of 'Workin Moms' comes out on August 27 and we can't wait to see what it has in store for Frankie
'Workin Moms' has done a great deal when it comes to depicting the true reality behind a working mom's life.
The main characters of the series—Kate Foster ( Catherine Reitman), Anne Carlson ( Dani Kid) and Frankie Coyne ( Juno Rinaldi)—all three lead very different lives with their children and partners.
Kate juggles between work and home where she lives with her husband and baby boy. Anne is a psychiatrist who is living in with her baby daddy and lover.
However, Frankie is a slightly more unconventional woman.
Her personality sometimes puts you off, but she also makes you love her in an instant. She is a real estate agent who is overly optimistic about life as she moves into a rat-infested teardown.
Frankie's role in the series shows different sides to her.
She is a lesbian and she is married to Giselle. Together, they have a baby named Rhoda.
While they are attempting to get their lives back on track after having the baby, they are reminded that, just because the pregnancy is over, it does not mean the side-effects are.
Meanwhile, Frankie loses her job.
She is also a total hormonal wreck after the birth of their baby.
She is desperately seeking her wife's attention while she is entirely involved with taking care of their new daughter.
Season one shows how her life is a constant struggle between pleasing her wife and the added attention she needs to give her child and work.
Season one ends the two deciding to separate.
The second season shows Frankie on the lookout for a place to stay while juggling to find a job. Frankie's life falling back into place. She finds a job and also gets involved with two women—one younger and another older. The older woman treats her more like a pet than a human being, giving her all the luxury and even offers to let Frankie stay in her huge house. Frankie takes up the offer only later to realize that she is being exploited like a sex slave.
The younger girl was the one who made the first move, so Frankie keeps her options open.
After seeing Giselle with another woman, she realizes she still has feelings for Giselle. She uses the young girl whom she was sleeping with to make Giselle jealous, which does not work entirely.
At the end of season three, Frankie finds herself with a new job and a home. She just moved into her new place with the money Giselle gives her by buying Frankie's share of the house they once used to live in together.
Frankie is finally moving on with her life and is happy she has her own place as she will get to spend more time with her daughter Rhoda.
Just as things settle down on the work and baby front, opportunities for new love arrive on the scene.
Frankie's new neighbor, as it turns out, is gay. We will have to wait and see what this leads to when season four comes out on August 27.