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TBS – Are We There Yet?

March 1, 2011 by  

Are We There Yet? returned to TBS for its second season on January 5th.  The series, which stars Terry Crews (Everybody Hates Chris) and Essence Atkins (Half and Half) captures the newly married couple whose blended family faces the challenges of everyday life. Ice Cube also plays a recurring guest and serves as Executive Producer.  It will be a great new season of fun, family laughs.


America’s favorite blended family is back in the neighborhood. Terry Crews and Essence Atkins star in this popular sitcom as a newly married couple adjusting to life as newlyweds and the complexities of raising children, while also dealing with the everyday challenges of romance, friendship and the drama of extended family. Teala Dunn and Coy Stewart co-star as Nick and Suzanne’s children, 14-year-old Lindsey and 10-year-old Kevin. Keesha Sharp is Suzanne’s best friend and coworker, Gigi, who has a taste for men and the finer things in life. Special guest star, Ice Cube will return as Suzanne’s brother, Terrence. Recurring characters include Nick’s best friend, Martin, played by comedian Christian Finnegan and Suzanne’s mother, Marilyn, played by Telma Hopkins.

If you haven’t seen the show, catch up with full-length episodes at www.tbs.com <http://www.tbs.com/>




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