Unbeknownst to Shay, Tray was invited to her mother's funeral reception, much to her disapproval. However, Tray stands up for Shay when her family gives her a hard time about not being there in her ...
Tray (Tracy Morgan) is an ex-con who is shocked to see just how much the world has changed when he is released from prison for good behavior after a 15-year stint. Returning to his newly gentrified Brooklyn neighborhood, he discovers that his former girlfriend, Shay (Tiffany Haddish), has married an affable, successful white man (Ryan Gaul) who is helping raise the twins (Taylor Mosby and Dante Hoagland) Tray never knew existed. Wanting nothing more than to connect with his kids, but having neither the money to support them nor himself, Tray falls back on the skills he learned in prison to make ends meet while treading unfamiliar territory.
When I saw that Jordan Peele and Tracy Morgan were both involved in this project I knew it had to be good! The story line is a little rough at times but that's what makes it real; Morgan plays a former drug dealer/ex-con and you find yourself pulling for him by sharing in his emotional roller coaster. The comedy is great but doesn't take away from the realism; Tracy and the rest of the cast really deliver! I look forward to each episode; congrats to everyone involved with the show!!
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