The Bernie Mac Show Premieres on Bounce TV June 1st

*If you was a fan of “The Bernie Mac Show,” the classic series that ran on Fox, we’ve got some good news for you.

Bounce TV has licensed the broadcast television rights to all five seasons and 104 episodes of the Peabody and EMMY award-winning sitcom “The Bernie Mac Show” in a multi-year agreement with Twentieth Television announced today.

Bounce TV will air “The Bernie Mac Show” Monday-Friday with back-to-back episodes from 8:00-9:00 pm (ET) beginning June first. The sitcom joins “The Hughleys” (7:00-8:00pm) and The Parent ‘Hood (6:00-7:00 pm) in Bounce TV’s early evening line-up.

In the series, the late, great and gifted comedian, Bernie Mac stars as a famous stand-up comedian living large in Los Angeles with his beautiful (TV) wife Wanda (Kellita Smith). However, their world changes when they suddenly must take custody of his sister’s three children when she is ordered into rehab. The critically-acclaimed show, loosely based on Mac’s stand-up comedy act, was a mainstay on FOX from 2001-2006.

Mac’s character being a celebrity allowed for a who’s who of stars to make guest appearances on the show including Chris Rock, Halle Berry, Don Cheadle, Charles Barkley, Snoop Dog and Ice Cube.

The series was created by Larry Wilmore, now the host of The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore on Comedy Central.

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Bounce TV is the fastest-growing African-American (AA) network on television and has become the #2 most-watched among all AA networks. The network airs on the digital broadcast signals of local television stations and corresponding cable carriage and features a programming mix of original and off-network series, theatrical motion pictures, specials, live sports and more. Bounce TV has grown to be available in more than 85 million homes across 90 markets, 90% of African American television homes — including all of the top AA television markets — and three quarters of the total television homes in the United States. Among the founders of Bounce TV are iconic American figures Martin Luther King, III and Ambassador Andrew Young.