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Talented young comic Floyd Mooney is on the rise in the industry, which forces him to navigate the treacherous waters of maintaining his credibility while crossing over into becoming "white famous." His frustrated agent, Malcolm, wants Floyd to do whatever it takes to succeed as Floyd's roommate, Ron, remains the voice of reason amidst the chaos of differing opinions. Giving her opinion in all of this is Sadie, Floyd's ex-girlfriend and the mother of his son. The comedy is based on the personal experiences of Oscar winner Jamie Foxx, who serves as an executive producer on the series.

Latest episodes

aired 363 days ago
Career opportunities rain down following the release of another viral video; Floyd considers which choice would be best for him; Sadie considers a weighty offer; Balls takes a chance on love.
aired 363 days ago
An incriminating video of Floyd goes viral, igniting controversy; Teddy offers Floyd a refuge from the media hate-storm.
aired 364 days ago
Floyd accepts a role in Kali's new music video; Malcolm leverages his job; Teddy and Floyd have a falling out; Balls battles the blues.
aired 364 days ago
Floyd seeks advice after finding Robbie in a compromising situation; Sadie's patience wears thin; a pop star takes interest in Floyd and Sadie.
aired 365 days ago
Teddy seeks Floyd's help in winning back the rights to "Angry Black"; Malcolm looks for employment; a confrontation with Peter turns violent.
aired 365 days ago
Trevor's behavior lands Floyd in trouble at the principal's office; Sadie worries about punishment; Malcolm and Teddy suffer professional repercussions.
aired 366 days ago
Floyd and Balls need to settle a creative dispute; Stu shares troubling news from the set; Floyd receives an invitation to a dinner party.
aired 366 days ago
Floyd grows apprehensive about `Angry Black' when he learns Sadie's boyfriend has been cast; Malcolm's rival tries to poach his clients; a chance fling looms over Floyd's career.
aired 367 days ago
Malcolm pushes Floyd to commit to his next project; Trevor tours an expensive private school; Sadie comes clean about a relationship.
aired 367 days ago
A racially-charged encounter with a film producer goes viral, presenting an opportunity to a young comic, if he is willing to bend his principles.
aired 825 days ago
A talented, young African-American comedian whose star is rising navigates the treacherous waters of maintaining his credibility as he begins to cross over toward becoming white famous.

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