|Created by||Jill Cargerman|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||12 (List of episodes)|
|Executive producer(s)||Jill Cargerman
|Running time||20 minutes|
|Production company(s)||The Film Syndicate|
|Original run||January 28, 2011– April 1, 2011|
Working Class is an American television sitcom created by Jill Cargerman, which premiered on CMT on January 28, 2011. The network ordered twelve episodes for the comedy, which is the first scripted series for the network.
On April 11, 2011, CMT cancelled Working Class after only one season due to low ratings.
The series follows Carli Mitchell (Melissa Peterman), a single mom from a rough and tumble background, trying to give her three kids a better life by moving them to an upscale suburb. She quickly finds that making the transition to “the good life” is harder than she thought. Patrick Fabian plays a grocery shop worker.
- Melissa Peterman as Carli Mitchell
- Ed Asner as Hank Greziak
- Steve Kazee as Nick Garrett
- Patrick Fabian as Rob Parker
- Lachlan Buchanan as Scott Mitchell
- Courtney Merritt as Pam Mitchell
- Cameron Castaneda as Will Mitchell
|#||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production
|1||"The Buddy System"||Rob Schiller||Judd Peaslee & Judd Pillot||January 28, 2011||101||1.2|
|Carli mistakenly hits on her boss while an old friend from high school comes back to fulfill a promise they made to each other to get married if they don't find anyone else.|
|2||"Dental Claims"||Leonard R. Garner, Jr.||Regina Hicks||January 28, 2011||102||1.2|
|3||"Sugar Mama"||Rob Schiller||Bill Daly||February 4, 2011||103||.680|
|Carli's ex-husband visits, and brings gifts for the children. But little does Carli know, he found a replacement, Renee (Reba McEntire), leaving Carli as the black sheep.|
|4||"Eye for an Eye"||Steve Zuckerman||Bill Daly||February 11, 2011||104|
|5||"Lunch Lady"||Leonard R. Garner, Jr.||Paul Ciancarelli & David Dipietro||February 18, 2011||105|
|Dot (Kathy Kinney) tells stories about workers and teachers at school.|
|6||"Pay Back"||Leonard R. Garner, Jr.||Judd Peaslee & Judd Pillot||February 25, 2011||106||.526|
|7||"The Dance"||Rob Schiller||Jill Cagerman||March 4, 2011||107|
|8||"Wine Pairing"||Lynn M. McCracken||Julie Ann Larson||March 11, 2011||108|
|9||"B-Day Invasion"||Lynn M. McCracken||Paul Ciancarelli & David Dipietro||March 18, 2011||109|
|10||"Medieval Woman"||Steve Zuckerman||Judd Peaslee & Judd Pillot||March 25, 2011||110|
|11||"Short, Then Sweet"||Steve Zuckerman||Jill Cagerman||April 1, 2011||111|
|12||"Hire Education"||Leonard R. Garner, Jr.||Jill Cagerman||April 1, 2011||112|
- "CMT Premieres Its First Scripted Series "Working Class" Friday, January 28 at 8:00 P.M., ET/PT". The Futon Critic. January 5, 2011. Retrieved January 30, 2011.
- Andreeva, Nellie. "CMT Cancels Sitcom 'Working Class'". Deadline.com. Retrieved 2013-04-25.
- "Premiere Of CMT’s First Scripted Series, “Working Class,” Breaks Records For The Network - Ratings | TVbytheNumbers". Tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com. 2011-01-31. Retrieved 2013-04-25.
- Tiffany Lew (2011-01-28). "Interview with 'Working Class's Patrick Fabian". TheCelebrityCafe.com. Retrieved 2013-04-25.
- Andreeva, Nellie. "CABLE RATINGS: Solid Debut For 'Working Class', 'Jerseylicious' Sets Record". Deadline.com. Retrieved 2013-04-25.
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