Bounce & MGM Partner for New Original Comedy Series "Act Your Age" starring Kym Whitley and Tisha Campbell, with special guest star Yvette Nicole Brown
The network, which is known for its originals, announced a partnership with MGM Television to produce a new show called "Act Your Age."
The half-hour comedy "Act Your Age" tells the story of three successful women in their 50s who are living in the Washington DC and Northern Virginia areas. They are at a crossroads in their lives and decide that the best way forward is by being together.
Tisha Campbell and Kim Whitley, who are known for their work on various television shows, including "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Young and Hungry," and "Uncoupled," will be joined by guest star Nicole Brown, who is from "The Mayor," "The Big Shot," and "Community."
In "Act Your Age," Whitley plays the role of a successful real estate developer named Bernadette. Campbell plays Keisha, while Brown plays the role of Angela, who used to be the First Lady of Norfolk, Virginia. After her husband died, she is trying to redefine her life.
The series was created by Alyson Fouse, who also served as the executive producer. Mark Burnett, Barry Poznick, and Bradley Gardner are the producers. Ken Ornstein is the co-executive producer.
The first season of "Act Your Age" has started filming in LA and will premiere on the channel in 2023.
The series, which features four African-American women, was created by Fouse, who said that she was very happy to be working with Tisha and her fellow cast members. She added that the network made her feel like she was part of a family. The world that the women live in is full of love and laughter, and it allows them to show support for one another.
The goal of the show is to celebrate the African-American women who have supported and raised me through the years. It also salutes the individuals who inspired me.
The partnership between MGM Television and the network, which also included working with Fouse, was a game-changer for the channel. It allowed them to attract some of the most talented and popular actors in the industry, such as Tisha Campbell and Nicole Brown.
The new series "Act Your Age" is the latest addition to the network's roster of originals. It follows "Johnson," which is a critically acclaimed show about four best friends. "Finding Happy," which is a comedy starring B. Simone, is another show that was created by Cedric The Entertainer and Eric Rhone.
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