Bravo Gives $20,000 in ‘Odd Mom Out: Tune-In to Win’ Sweepstakes

By Kathleen Villaruben | 3 years ago
Bravo Gives $20,000 in ‘Odd Mom Out: Tune-In to Win’ Sweepstakes

Odd Mom Out” is not just a humorous treat for Bravo fans. Want to win $20,000 just by watching Jill Kargman’s new sitcom? Read on for details. Read on for more details.

According to, the show’s Tune-In to Win sweepstakes is happening on Monday, June 8, 2015 during “Odd Mom Out” premiere. Just watch the premiere episode live and wait for a hashtag to turn up on screen. Tweet the hashtag for a chance to win $20,000.

Keith Uhlich from the Hollywood Reporter is the first top critic to invade Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic reviews on “Odd Mom Out.” He stated that Kargman’s “aim” is “consistently true” in the new sitcom.

Uhlich described “Odd Mom Out” as a “quick-witted” comedy series. He explained that the show is a TV adaptation of Kargman’s book in 2007, “Momzillas.” Kargman plays the character named Jill Weber who dislikes spas, shopping, and Pilates unlike her family and neighbors. Jill is more of “a punk with a wrist tattoo.” She has a lawyer husband named Andy (Andy Buckley) and three children.

Uhlich admired Kargman’s “specific” and “expertly realized” sense of humor and the performance of each supporting actor. He pointed out Kargman’s “intimate knowledge” of the “elite universe.” It contributed to the show’s raw quality and humor.

“Odd Mom Out” is Bravo’s newest 10-episode scripted sitcom, which focuses on the life of Jill Weber. She goes on a journey within the elite community of Upper East Side in New York.

“Odd Mom Out” premieres on Monday, June 8, at 10:00 p.m. on Bravo. It stars the creator herself, Jill Kargman, Andy Buckley, K.K. Glick, Joanna Cassidy, Sean Kleier and Abby Elliott.

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