A high-powered attorney turned 'stay-at-home' mom regains power when she becomes the PTA President, but ruling with an iron fist sparks a coup from her constituents – who make it their mission to take her down.
Park Slope Moms is a dark comedy set in an affluent, progressive neighborhood in Brooklyn. High powered lawyer Carley Fuller-Fowler becomes a stay-at-home mom after baby number two. Just when she thinks she has made a mistake, she's named PTA President and finds a new sense of purpose while governing with an iron-fist. The other moms, including Carley's frenemies Angela and Paula, are enraged at Carley and turn to the mysterious new mom, Nina, for help. When Nina and the moms are unsuccessful in subverting Carley, they seek the help of Park Slopes Momfia.
Park Slope Moms asks the question...
What are stay-at-home moms really up to when no one is watching?
It ALL BEGAN WHEN...
Creator, Alexandra Foucard has been a Park Slope Mom since 2002. She has watched the neighborhood expand into “stroller central” and all the kookiness that comes with it — From people weaving around baby strollers while out for morning jogs. Ritualistic walks taken before and after work with the obligatory dog making frequent stops for kiddy petting. Weekend trips to the organic Farmer's Market after yoga classes. Yes, Alexandra has taken part in all of it. She's even become a vegan!
The idea for Park Slope Moms came when Alexandra took an acting class where she was assigned to create a new character and write a monologue every week. Serendipitously, a zany encounter with a mom on her way to class she gave birth to Carlotta (Carley) Fuller-Fowler. She enlisted the help of screenwriter Linda Fiorella and they began to weave Carley’s world in Park Slope.