Friday, September 5, 2008

TwoCents 2008 Fall Preview - Fridays (CW)

CW Comedies are on Friday before reruns of other CW shows...

Show: Everybody Hates Chris
Premiere Date: Oct 3
Time: 8:00PM EST
TwoCents Staff Writer: OPEN
Starring: Tyler James Williams as Chris, Terry Crews as Julius, Tichina Arnold as Rochelle, Tequan Richmond as Drew, Imani Hakim as Tonya, Vincent Martella as Greg.
Program Description: Inspired by his childhood experiences, comedian Chris Rock narrates the hilarious, touching story of a teenager growing up as the eldest of three children in Brooklyn, New York, during the early 1980s. Uprooted to a new neighborhood and bused into a predominantly white middle school two-hours away by his strict, hard-working parents, Chris struggles to find his place while keeping his siblings in line at home and surmounting the challenges of junior high. This responsible, resilient adolescent brings a distinct, funny spin to his everyday trials and traumas, in the critically acclaimed, single-camera comedy "Everybody Hates Chris." The series won the NAACP Image Award for Best Comedy and was nominated for a Golden Globe Award and People's Choice Award in its first season.

Show: The Game
Premiere Date: Oct 3
Time: 10:00PM EST
TwoCents Staff Writer: OPEN
Starring: Tia Mowry as Melanie Barnett, Coby Bell as Jason Pitts, Pooch Hall as Derwin Davis, Hosea Chanchez as Malik Wright, Brittany Daniel as Kelly Pitts, Wendy Raquel Robinson as Tasha Mack.
Program Description: Being the wife or girlfriend of a pro-football player might sound like a glamorous and stress-free existence, but this past year Melanie Barnett (Tia Mowry, "Sister, Sister") has learned the truth. When her fiancée, Derwin Davis (Pooch Hall, "Miracle's Boys"), a rookie wide receiver for the San Diego Sabers, cheated on her with a music pop star, she called off the engagement and the relationship. Alone, Melanie will discover who her real friends are and re-evaluate her life and career options. Meanwhile, Derwin will have to face his indiscretion and learn lessons about the very other side of being a young, eligible and star professional athlete

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