An American television series starring Steven Williams as the owner of "Linc's Bar and Grill" in Washington, D.C., and co-stars Pam Grier and Golden Brooks. The series aired on the Showtime cable network from 1998 to 2000.
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2000   1999   1998  
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...  Russell 'Linc' Lincoln 35 episodes, 1998-2000
...  CeCe Jennings / ... 35 episodes, 1998-2000
...  Johnnie B. Goode / ... 35 episodes, 1998-2000
...  Eleanor Braithwaite Winthrop 35 episodes, 1998-2000
...  Harlan Hubbard IV 35 episodes, 1998-2000
...  Dante Harrison / ... 13 episodes, 1999-2000
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An American television series starring Steven Williams as the owner of "Linc's Bar and Grill" in Washington, D.C., and co-stars Pam Grier and Golden Brooks. The series aired on the Showtime cable network from 1998 to 2000.

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The Origins of "Linc's"
2 August 2006 | by See all my reviews

The show "Linc's" originated on the Cable Channel Showtime in the United States, not in the U.K. as previously stated. During that time, Showtime experimented with several black-themed series, specials and projects...much as it's previous experimentation with gay issues. These "phases" at Showtime were the growing pains of a Pay-Channel who tried to find it's niche. It started out in the late 70's and early 80's with cultural programming including Broadway and Off-Broadway plays. It also hosted several A-List Live Concerts (i.e. The Diana Ross Central Park Concert). It later went into it's "Black Phase" and launched careers of several black actors while revived the careers of others. Still unable to compete with HBO, it went into it's "Gay" phase which is dying out. Now its programming is mostly Mainstream with an Edge...Huff, Weeds, Brotherhood, etc.


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