After midnight on a bridge not linking neighborhoods but dividing them, eighteen year old basketball phenom Marcus Jennings was taken out. Friends remain silent, giving power to a killer, ... See full summary »
Darrin Dewitt Henson,
The feature weaves an intricate tale about childhood best-friends that have an unusually strong bond and a more intriguing secret. Both young men are on the right path to promising futures,... See full summary »
The series focused on David Randolph (David Ramsey), a young acting pastor designated to Compton, California's African American Church of Life. Initially, the majority of the church's ... See full summary »
Tracey Cherelle Jones,
Despite the title of this show, this show is as unfunny as toilet paper, yeah it had high ratings on it's TV one debut, but this show is such an utter disaster that I Already nominated this one as one of the year's worst television, now I Enjoyed Ricky Smiley's radio show and stuff, but here he is horrible and completely wasted in a script that has gone completely wrong from the beginning, Roz Ryan and J. Anthony brown (who are good in other things in the past) are also wasted in their roles as well and what was Ray J Thinking when he appeared in this piece of junk, he is horrible in this one as well, there is zero laughs here, the teleplay is terrible, the jokes is useless and the performances are just awful, this show is a completely bad attempt to return to sitcom This is one of the year's worst shows And I Gave it a D+
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