"Alpha Mom" is a 2006 television show about a working mom who is trying to balance her job, children and her stay-at-home husband.
There was an Alpha Mom cable channel, website and television pilot titled "Alphamom" slated for NBC's 2006-07 season.
The term Alpha Mom was coined in 2004 by the branding artist and Designer Constance Van Flandern  in development of the Comcast On-Demand Television Network originally slated as "The Mommy Channel". While promoting the Alpha Mom Channel, Isabel Kallman, a new mom herself, began to be identified as the Alpha Mom. The June 20, 2005 issue of New York Magazine magnified this perception with a cover story on Alpha Mom Television and Isabel Kallman.
- Alpha Moms leap to top of trendsetters USA Today
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- Alpha Mom (2006)(TV) IMDb.com
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