Family Time, Bounce’s popular original comedy series, returns for an all-new season of laughs on an all-new night – Wednesday – this fall starting with two new episodes back-to-back on Weds. Oct. 9 at 9:00 p.m. (ET).
New episodes will also be available on Thursdays on Brown Sugar, Bounce’s subscription video-on-demand service, along with complete seasons one through six.
Family Time follows the lives of the Stallworth family who relocated to the suburbs after hitting the lottery. High school sweethearts Anthony and Lisa and their children are a tight-knit family living the middle-class American dream who make up their own rules for love, marriage and family along the way. Season seven finds Anthony (Omar Gooding) and Lisa Stallworth (Angell Conwell) grappling with becoming empty nesters while their children, Devin (Bentley Kyle Evans, Jr) and Ebony (Jayla Calhoun), spread their wings as young adults. Their lives may be going in different directions, but it’s the family time that keeps them bonded. Watch the new season trailer here.
Cast members include Paula Jai Parker (Lori), Tanjareen Thomas (Rachel), Erica Shaffer (Vivian), Clayton Thomas (Donnie), and Shanti Lowry (Cheryl). Among the special guests this season are Stokley Williams (Mint Condition), Denise Boutte (Meet the Browns), KiKi Haynes (For Better or Worse) and Rodney Perry (Madea’s Big Happy Family.) Family Time was created by producer, director and writer Bentley Kyle Evans (Martin, The Jamie Foxx Show).
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