Five single moms, or soon to be single moms, are given a task by the school principal after each of their kids were caught either tagging the walls, smoking, or making out in the bathroom.
“The Single Moms Club” started as the five moms meet to plan this event.
Along the way, we learn a bit about each of the moms, watch them grow in confidence, and start new relationships with their kids and the current men in their lives.
May (Nia Long) is a reporter with the local newspaper and is writing a book. Her book is rejected by snooty Jan (Wendi McLendon-Covey) who is being told she cannot become a partner because she can’t work 24 x 7.
Hillary (Amy Smart) is getting a divorce and had to lay off her maid. She finds out she knows nothing about taking care of kids since her maid did all the work.
Esperanza (Zulay Henao) has a new boyfriend, but, is afraid to let her daughter and ex-husband know about him.
And, finally, the most grounded of them all, Lytia (Cocoa Brown) is struggling to make ends meet with several kids, two of whom are in jail.
Tyler Perry’s “The Single Moms Club” is an interesting, and entertaining, look at some of the issues involved with raising a family while being a single mom and also how five women, from diverse backgrounds, can come together for support and friendship. Adult themes, not for kids.
Go to IMDb for more information. We watched this on Netflix. Thanks, Ryan!
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