Short lived (6 weeks) show about Neb Langston, a widowed African-American police officer sharing his home in Seattle with his family. His son, Ron,
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1995  
Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 2 nominations. See more awards »

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 Ron Langston 6 episodes, 1995
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 Maggie Langston 6 episodes, 1995
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 Charlotte 'Charlie' Langston 6 episodes, 1995
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 Derrick Langston 6 episodes, 1995
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 Neb Langston 6 episodes, 1995
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 Matt 'Siggy' Sigalos 4 episodes, 1995
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Short lived (6 weeks) show about Neb Langston, a widowed African-American police officer sharing his home in Seattle with his family. His son, Ron,

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African American Family Life
31 December 2005 | by See all my reviews

"Under One Roof" was a rare TV series that deserves much better than the half-hearted support it received from the powers-that-be at CBS: a serious, thoughtful drama with the range of life's emotions, serious but with the humor that warms the heart. It was beautifully acted by an ensemble of top-notch actors, not only James Earl Jones and Joe Morton, but every member of the on-screen family, from featured performer to bit player. It's so unusual for TV to show working-class and lower middle-class African American families experiencing the trials and joys, tribulations and successes that are true to their lives, but that also cross class and racial lines,that is, human conflicts. No buffoons, gratuitous violence, four letter words or epithets thrown in for ratings. I have been trying to get a DVD of this series since I joined others unsuccessfully in appealing to, complaining to, berating CBS. Anyone know how we can get it? It deserves to be seen again and again.


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