An American situation comedy web series ‘Family Reunion’ is about a family of six members who are moving in Georgia and moving out of Seattle. They will be staying with an extended family in Georgia and the so-called family reunion will happen. The timely timed comedy keeps the audience entertained and amused watching the series. It gained an approval of 67% on Rotten Tomatoes and 6.3 out of 10 on IMDb.
Family Reunion did a debut on 10th July 2019 with twenty episodes. This was divided into two segments and thus is considered as season one and two. For the third season, we will have to wait until the end of 2020 or 2021. This delay is just not for the Family Reunion series but is for the entertainment industry because of the prevailing pandemic coronavirus. All the projects have been put on hold till further dates.
As per the information from production house and creators of the series the project was started on 7th February 2020 and was expected to conclude on 10th July 2020; however, the work has been stopped because of COVID 19. Its program creator and executive producer is Meg DeLoatch and is produced by Robert West and Scott Hartle. The official channel for the series is Netflix with all rights reserved.
The McKellan family is to adventure out thus creating comedy and drama for us to entertain. How they face challenges together and come out of it will be really interesting to watch. From what we see from the past season is a lot of fun and chaos with different temperaments to handles on the screens. A unique thing about this series is that there are only black actors in the show.
The cast who should be there to entertain us would include:
- Tia Mowry as Cocoa McKellan, a mother of four who believes in new-age parenting
- Anthony Alabi as Moz McKellan, Cocoa’s husband, and a former tight end
- Talia Jackson as Jade McKellan, Cocoa and Moz’s eldest daughter
- Isaiah Russell-Bailey as Shaka McKellan, Cocoa and Moz’s older son
- Cameron J. Wright as Mazzi McKellan, Cocoa and Moz’s younger son
- Jordyn Raya James as Ami McKellan, Cocoa and Moz’s youngest daughter
- Loretta Devine as M’Dear, Moz’s Deep Southern old-fashioned church-going mother
Apart from the main character, there are guest appearances done by:
- Erica Ash as Grace, Moz’s sister
- Charlie Wilson as Himself
- Mark Curry as Principal Glass
- Amanda Detmer as Haven Sheeks
- Jaleel White as Eric
- Tempestt Bledsoe as Katrina
- DeLon Shaw as Missy, Jade’s friend at school
- Jackée Harry as Aunt Dot, M’Dear and Maybelle’s sister
- Peri Gilpin as Daphne, Cocoa’s mother
- Kenya Moore as Herself
So keep your hopes high because it is expected that impactful caste with guests appearance will certainly make the storyline interesting and worth watching.
We all are eagerly waiting for the sitcom to entertain us. Till then stay safe.