Wondering what to watch after Bad Moms? The film may have been hilariously raunchy in its depiction of moms who've had enough of their demanding children while their husbands are absent or otherwise useless, but it also had a softer, sensitive side that explored the nature of family and finding love. While it may seem difficult to find a movie or TV show similar to Bad Moms, there are tons of great options out there that are enough like it to satisfy lovers of the Raunch-Com genre!
Bad Moms fans can enjoy the sequel, Bad Moms Christmas or dive right into thematically similar films and television series sure to entertain—such as some great female buddy movies. The Pitch Perfect series and Trainwreck offer comedic options in film that also cater to a softer side like Bad Moms. All the while, options on the small screen include greats like 30 Rock and Freaks and Geeks. If you're a fan of the film's cast, Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, and Kathryn Hahn, all three have done amazing female-led comedy films and explored other genres through their illustrious careers.
Whether it's bad-mother movies you're after or want something similar on TV, you can find some great suggestions and recommendations on the list below. Don't forget to to vote up your favorites to help fellow fans of Bad Moms find what to watch next.
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