When William Johnson enters the White House as the 45th leader of the United States -- the second black president -- he strives to adjust to his new life in D.C. with his wife and their four children. While being the leader of the free world is a full-time job, and then some, that's not all William has to worry about. He must deal with members of his family too, including his father and boisterous sister-in-law, who tend to unite in schemes despite bickering with each other any other time.
Atlanta firefighter Curtis "Pops" Payne thinks his home is his castle, but he needs a bigger moat. His nephew CJ and kids have invaded the place for an extended stay, and money-challenged son Calvin also keeps showing up, mainly around meal time and on laundry day. Thankfully, Curtis has loving but no-nonsense wife Ella to help him keep it together.
Based on the 2005 movie of the same name, this sitcom picks up where the film left off, and now that Nick and Suzanne have been married for six months, growing pains are beginning to emerge in their blended family. Suzanne's two kids would rather hang out with friends or play computer games than connect with Nick, whose own mother isn't thrilled with his marriage or her new role as grandma. Meanwhile, Suzanne's brother Terrence is very protective of his only sister, and he uses every opportunity to remind Nick that he'd better be good to her.
In this spinoff from "Tyler Perry's House of Payne," Downtown Leroy Brown tries to fulfill his father's dying wish by transforming a dilapidated house into a retirement home: Brown Meadows, which happens to be located next door to a rowdy fraternity house. Helping Leroy keep the facility's quirky residents in line are his daughter, Cora; his nephew, Will, a doctor, and Will's wife, Sasha, a nurse; social worker Carmen Martinez; and Jesus Hernandez, a maintenance engineer who is studying to be a lawyer.
Americans just can't get enough courtroom drama, as is evidenced by yet another addition into the daytime court show fray. Former judge and prosecutor Kevin Ross adjudicates real cases, in which he tries to show litigants alternative ways of dealing with their issues and make them consider the consequences of their actions.
Following his tumultuous, and highly publicized, departure from hit sitcom "Two and a Half Men," Charlie Sheen returns to series television in this comedy loosely based on the 2003 Adam Sandler film "Anger Management." Sheen stars as Charlie, a former professional baseball player whose career was ended by an injury caused by his anger issues. Charlie went back to school after his playing career ended and now works as a therapist who specializes in anger management. In addition to weekly sessions with his primary group of patients, Charlie does pro bono counseling for a group of inmates at a state prison. Even though he now helps others control their anger problems, Charlie continues to battle his own anger issues. Complicating his life are his relationships with his own therapist -- his ex-wife, whose positive outlook frustrates Charlie -- and his teenage daughter, who has obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Host and comedian Byron Allen invites four A-List comedians to this round-table comedy talk show. Guest comedians share their own funny perspectives on current events, everyday life, pop culture, entertainment and more. Filmed in front of a live audience in Hollywood, previous guests have included: Dennis Miller, Tom Arnold, Howie Mandel, Jon Lovitz and Cedric the Entertainer.
After winning the lottery, the Stallworth family skyrockets overnight to middle class.