A family-friendly, early WB sitcom that chronicles the ups and downs of parenting and family life as experienced by a professor and his wife as they raise their four kids. The series, produced by star Robert Townsend, sometimes tackles tough issues such as single motherhood, gangs, guns and dropping out of school.
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After several years of starring on his own WB sitcom, Steve Harvey returned to the network to helm a weekly, hour-long variety show. The guests were not the usual run of A- and B-list showbiz celebrities, but instead what Harvey described as "the superstars of your neighborhood": otherwise normal, everyday people with unusual and/or peculiar talents. Performers ranged from a four-year-old political expert to a 90-year-old rap artist. Distancing this program from the usual "let's make fun of innocent people" talent show was the fact that the guests performed their acts before a warm and appreciative host and studio audience, and were neither booed or rushed off the stage. Providing low-key but entertaining Thursday-night competition for rival series Friends and Survivor, Steve Harvey's Big Time debuted September 10, 2003.