Big Time On The Small Screen

Although few African Americans have the authority to green-light TV projects, many are creating top-notch entertainment and gaining influence within the networks

valign=”middle”>1995– Bernie Mac The Bernie Mac Show 2001– Saladin K. Patterson The Bernie Mac Show 2001– Damon Wayans 413 Hope St. 1997–1998 Larry Wilmore The Bernie Mac Show 2001–

UPN

Mara Brock Akil Girlfriends 2002– Flex (Mark Knox) Alexandar One on One 2001– Tyra Banks America’s Next Top Model 2003– Yvette Lee Bowser Half & Half 1993–1998   For Your Love 1998–2002 Ralph Farquhar Moesha 1996–2001   The Parkers 1999– D.L. Hughley The Hughleys 1998–2002 Sarah Finney-Johnson Moesha 1996–2001   The Parkers 1999– Will Smith & Jada Pinkett-Smith All of Us 2003–

WB

Anthony Anderson All About the Andersons 2003– Steve Harvey Steve Harvey’s Big Time 2003– Rick Hawkins Sister, Sister 2002– Ernest Johnson Like Family 2003– Rushion McDonald Steve Harvey’s Big Time 2003– Eddie Murphy The PJs 1999–2001 Holly Robinson Peete For Your Love 1994–1999 Robert Townsend The Parent ‘Hood 1995–1999

SOURCE: B.E. Research

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