Polyhyphenate Tyler Perry is so impossibly prolific that sometimes you suspect he has a magical word processor that allows him to just type in a premise and print up a perfectly formatted screenplay. Then it's find a cast and roll cameras.
There's certainly something machine-tooled to his latest melodrama, The Single Moms Club. The category is five stressed-out women of disparate circumstances who get thrown together because of their unruly adolescent kids.
The spectrum of Single Moms runs from haughty, half-racist snob (Wendi McLendon-Covey of The Goldbergs) to hardheaded coffee-shop waitress (Cocoa Brown of Perry's Why Did I Get Married? spin-off For Better or Worse), who takes buses all over town.