Tracee Ellis Ross and Malcolm Jamal Warner Present a New Series on BET
Tracee Ellis Ross and Malcolm Jamal Warner have partnered with BET to bring us a new series. The duo aren’t exactly household names, but their resumes are a plethora of credits. Their names appear in TV’s like Sesame Street and CSI, among others, and they’re renowned as the couple behind the iconic Girlfriends. The upcoming show will boast a star-studded cast and an all-star soundtrack. The series is slated to debut on Tuesday, October 11th, at 10pm, and fans can expect a lot of sex, comedy and a bit of drama.
The series is touted as being the next best thing to a network show, but that’s not to say it’s lacking in quality. The star-studded cast includes a host of recognizable names, from Robin Givens to Ron Artest. The series also features some of the finest production design you’ll see on television. The star-studded production is a testament to the fact that a good TV series can be a marriage of talent, and that is certainly true of this one. As a result, the show will make a worthy addition to BET’s roster.
The series has received mixed reviews. There’s been some criticism of its overuse of gimmicks, particularly the sex-free chauvinism, but overall, the series has a good if not great cast and a decent crew. It’s also a show that does what it says on the tin, and that’s a good thing. This is the show to watch if you’re looking for a family comedy with a dash of magic. That, and a few well-timed celebrity guest turns. In short, it’s the show you can’t afford to miss. It’s an excellent choice for families in the fall, and it’s a worthy successor to the aforementioned Girlfriends. If you’re not already subscribed to BET’s digital platform, you’re missing out on a great show. So get signed up! You don’t want to miss the most dazzling show BET has to offer.
The title is a mouthful, and the show’s tv schedule is a tad bit confusing, so it’s best to do your homework. If you’re in the market for a family comedy that’s sure to impress, check out Reed Between the Lines.