Forget about keeping up with the Joneses, in acclaimed author and celebrated fashionista Jill Kargman’s world, life is about keeping up with the Rockefellers. This hilarious half-hour comedy, based not-so-loosely on Jill’s own life, captures the fantastically outrageous world of the uber-wealthy momzillas of New York’s Upper East Side. Playing a version of herself, Jill is living in a world that has become so elite, so hip, and so trendy, that she’s now the “Odd Mom Out”.
Less than a month after its third-season finale, Bravo has reportedly cancelled Odd Mom Out. Series creator and star Jill Kargman broke the news earlier today on her Twitter account, expressing gratitude to Bravo and NBCUniversal for the show's three seasons on the air.
Bravo's first original scripted comedy, Odd Mom Out was a decent performer for the cable network over the course of its run, though its viewership did start slipping to new lows during its final few episodes. The show followed Kargman in the role of a New York woman trying to fit in with a clique of wealthy Upper East Side mothers. Its debut run in 2015 was Bravo's highest-rated new series of the season.