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This wasn't actually a show, it was a pilot that wasn't picked up. It was an attempt at creating a new "Munsters" type program with a black cast. The Masterson Family were "Bewitched" style witches, with the abilities to conjure up anything humanly imaginable with the exception of their uncle, who was a vampire and his boy creation, Frank(enstein) who was best buddies with the Masterson son. Even for the time period it was pretty corny, just picture "Family Matters" meets "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" and that's the show. It wasn't that America wasn't ready for a show about black monsters, America just wasn't ready for a REALLY BAD show about black monsters.
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