For years, parents made sacrifices to raise their children. And those children usually became good, grateful kids. But that has changed in today's society, where parents have become bitter and disappointed with their children's attitudes. Quite a few children resent their elderly parents who have become a burden to them. More parents are realizing that they have made a grave mistake in their parenting. Now these parents are planning to lead a different kind of life from the generation that came before them. The empty gratitude they receive for giving the best to their kids is no longer acceptable. That explains the growing, unseen social phenomenon of strife between parents and their children. But it is a real, existing problem. This TV miniseries follows the drama of a mother who decides to get back at her children who are disinterested in devoting their affection, time and money on her but are resolutely expecting an inheritance. Who will be the winner in such a battle between parent and children? And will there even be a winner in this revenge drama? The show will stay upbeat with touching moments that will reach a conclusion where two different generations resolve their problems through understanding each other's deepest emotions.

Mom - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Korean

Status: Ended

Runtime: 75 minutes

Premier: 2015-09-05

Mom - Mr. Mom - Netflix

Mr. Mom is a 1983 American comedy film from 20th Century Fox, directed by Stan Dragoti, written by John Hughes, and produced by Lynn Loring, Lauren Shuler and Aaron Spelling. It stars Michael Keaton, Teri Garr, Jeffrey Tambor, Ann Jillian, Christopher Lloyd and Martin Mull. The film follows an unemployed Detroit engineer becoming a stay-at-home dad and taking care of three young children, after his wife lands a job and returns to the advertising business as an executive at a big advertising agency.

Mom - Box office - Netflix

The film opened to limited release on July 22, 1983, with $947,197, earning the number 13 spot that weekend. Upon its wide release on August 19, 1983, a month later, it opened at number 3 with $4,279,384 behind Easy Money's opening weekend and Risky Business' third. Mr. Mom ended up earning $64 million domestically. Its success led Universal to sign a three-picture deal with Hughes for $30 million. (Those 3 films he would later release for the studio were Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, and Weird Science.)

Mom - References - Netflix