Revisit " Sister, Sister " and more '90s TV throwbacks that need a revival now. See our picks list. The wife of a legendary rapper launches her own career, which puts his life into a tailspin. A loving but immature father with a larger-than-life personality is committed to co-parenting his two kids with his very-together ex-wife but for Marlon family really always does come first - even if he's the biggest kid of all.
Skip to Content. A mixed bag. On one hand, the show presents a close, multigenerational family unit whose members live together mostly in harmony. Strong focus on resolving conflict, respecting one's heritage, adjusting to change. On the other hand, the show's focus on tired stereotypes of African American and Southern cultures disappoints. Disagreements happen and linger, but bonds of family always prevail, lead to forgiveness and reconciliation. Though there are generational discrepancies about matters of child raising and discipline, all the adults have the kids' best interests at heart. In one scene, it's implied that M'Dear uses a belt to spank Jade as the rest of the family overhears the sound and some crying. Some flirting among teens. Innuendo about sex as characters tease each other about "getting ideas" while they hold babies.
On October 17, , it was announced that Netflix had given the production a straight-to-series order for a first season consisting of twenty episodes. The series was created by Meg DeLoatch who was also expected to executive produce. Production began in Los Angeles. It was also announced that there will be a holiday special that was released on December 9, and the nine extra season 1 episodes were released on January 20, Wright, and Jordyn James had been cast in series regular roles. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the American two-part television film of the same title starring Bette Davis , see Family Reunion film. Comedy Sitcom. This episode's plot summary may be too long or excessively detailed. Please help improve it by removing unnecessary details and making it more concise.
When the McKellan family moves from Seattle to small-town Georgia, life down South — and traditional grandparents — challenge their big-city ways. The McKellans head to a family reunion at M'Dear and Grandpa's house, where Moz, Cocoa and the kids consider a simpler life away from city comforts. While cleaning out the attic, Mazzi and Shaka find M'Dear's private mementos from a famous singer — a discovery that stirs up drama with Grandpa. When Moz gifts the kids go-karts, Cocoa is less than thrilled. Jade uses an app to try and outsmart M'Dear, an undisputed "Bible champion. Cocoa's unconventional beliefs shock M'Dear's Bible-study group. Jade uses sisterly bonding for quality time with Drew — until she forgets about Ami. The family's religious role model, Auntie Grace, reveals her secret passion. When a kitchen fire erupts, Moz teaches the kids the importance of honesty.