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‘Mom’ to End With Season 8 on CBS

The Chuck Lorre comedy ranks as the broadcast network's longest-running half-hour.

‘Mom’ Earns Two-Season Renewal at CBS

CBS on Tuesday handed out a two-season renewal for 'Mom' as stars Anna Faris and Allison Janney have each inked rich new deals to continue on the Chuck Lorre comedy from Warner Bros. TV.

‘Mom’ Renewed for Season 6 at CBS

Chuck Lorre will continue to have three series on the network for the 2018-19 schedule.

CBS’ ‘Mom’ Donates Emmy Campaign Budget to Planned Parenthood

Co-creator Chuck Lorre and two-time Emmy winner Allison Janney have donated the show's $250,000 awards budget to the organization.

Chuck Lorre Dissects Dark ‘Mom’ Twist: “This Is a Life and Death Issue”

'The Big Bang Theory' co-creator also discusses running out of stories after six episodes on that CBS hit.

Critic’s Notebook: In Praise of ‘Mom,’ Network TV’s Only Soap-Com

Allison Janney and Anna Faris' Emmy-winning CBS series returns on Thursday night. Here's why you should watch it.

Inside the Sisterhood of ‘Mom’

"I'm proud of our show because [there] isn't a lot of gender identification with our problems," Anna Faris tells THR. "They could happen to anybody."

‘Mom’ Enlists Harry Hamlin for Recurring Season 3 Role (Exclusive)

Hamlin's Fred will hit it off with Anna Faris' Christy in a multiple-episode arc.

‘Mom’ Co-Creator Gemma Baker: How I Made It In Hollywood

The writer shares with THR how a conversation at a party changed her career trajectory.

‘Mom’ Enlists Ellen Burstyn and June Squibb for Season 3

Burstyn -- who will play Bonnie's mother -- and Squibb will appear in the third episode of the season.

‘Mom’ Boss Opens Up About Bonnie and Christy’s Journey, Plans for Season 3

Gemma Baker also talks with THR about newly series regular Jaime Pressly, and the potential for romance in season three.

‘Mom’ Co-Creator on Bonnie’s Relapse, “Emotional” Finale

"I'm proud of the way we're able to deal with serious issues and find humor at the same time," Gemma Baker tells THR. "I think sometimes people are surprised by that, but that really is how life is. I know for me, the things I've gone through that are painful and serious, the only way I'm able to cope is to find humor in it somewhere."