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Love your Mom? Make a toast to her . . . unless it's TV's funniest Mom

Allison (left) and Anna
Allison (left) and AnnaAuthor's collection

A new sitcom developed by the producers responsible for The Big Bang Theory and Two and A Half Men?
Yep. Think funny. Maybe funnier?
Anna Faris and Allison Janney star in Mom, an irreverent and outrageous sitcom that explores the no-holds-barred dynamics of family bonds and dysfunction. Now, fans can relive all the laughs of this hilarious show when Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases Mom: The Complete First Season on DVD on September 23. You get all 22 episodes plus a gag reel. Save this date. We don't you to tell us you never heard about the event.
Audiences and critics gush over Mom. An instant hit with viewers and critics alike, the inaugural season of Mom averaged 8.5 million weekly viewers; the series received three 2014 People’s Choice Awards nominations: for Favorite New TV Comedy and Favorite Actress in a New TV Series for both Faris and Janney. Janney also received a 2014 Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, and she won the 2014 Critics’ Choice TV Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.
Created by Chuck Lorre, Eddie Gorodetsky and Gemma Baker, Mom stars Anna Faris as Christy, a newly sober single mother (Faris) trying to rekindle her relationship with Bonnie, her mother (Janney) after a tumultuous past. Christy is four months sober and is doing her best to be a good mother to her two children, while overcoming a history of questionable choices. Testing Christy’s sobriety is her formerly estranged mother, Bonnie, who reappears in Christy's life and, despite also being newly sober, continues to be the self-involved schemer she always has been. Rounding out the ensemble cast is Sadie Calvano, Nate Corddry, Matt Jones, French Stewart, Spencer Daniels and Blake Garrett Rosenthal. Mom returns for its second season on Monday, September 29, at 8:30 (EST) on CBS.
It's Rosemary Markson, Big Honcho over Warner Bros. Home Entertainment DVD sales, to promote and praise. And so . . .
“Viewers have embraced this star-studded sitcom for its hilarity, irreverence and fresh style and we’re excited to give them the chance to relive every riotous moment at home on DVD.”