The series follows Carla, a psychologist (played by Tracee Ellis Ross, “Girlfriends”) and Alex Reed, an English professor (played by Malcolm-Jamal Warner, “The Cosby Show) as they struggle to balance family, careers and the foibles of everyday living. And, of course, there will be fun, wit and jokes along the way.
“I hope the audience identifies with Carla,” said Ross. “I hope I can represent working women who are faced every day with the tasks of juggling both work and family.”
“We’re excited about the series,” added Warner. “It’s about an African American family, but we’re trying to create a universality that a diverse audience can relate to.”
Warner felt that the show is reminiscent of another television family—the Huxtables, in which he played Theo Huxtable, Cliff’s (Bill Cosby’s) son. “I hope our show has a fracture of the significance and social impact about it that the ‘Cosby’ show had,’ he said.
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