Jada Pinkett Smith Shares List of Her Favorite Comedic TV Shows While Working out in Video

Stephen Thompson
Mar 18, 2020
06:00 P.M.
Share this pen
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail

Jada Pinkett Smith shares a workout video on Instagram and mentions a few of her favorite comedy shows.

Advertisement

Jada took to her Instagram to share her tips to keep the laughter going despite the uncertain health climate. In her video, Jada is seen doing some leg raises while having a small chat with her fans. Captioning the post, she wrote:

"Five of my favorite comedic TV shows that are keeping me laughing, so I don't strangle nobody while we're stuck in this house!"

Actress Jada Pinkett Smith attends the Feature Film Jury Orientation Breakfast during the 2018 Sundance Film Festival at Cafe Terigo | Photo: Getty Images

Advertisement

In the forty-eight second clip, Smith revealed that in light of the recent coronavirus outbreak, she and her family have remained at home for a while.

She added that exercising helps her to keep her stress levels down. Jada admitted that to keep the energy and laughter going in her home, she resorted to some comedic TV shows.

Advertisement

"Awkwafina is Nora from Queens," "South Side," "Fleabag," "Impractical Jokers," and "Better Things" were her top five mentions.

Concluding the cute video, Jada encouraged viewers to keep smiling. Fans reacted and expressed their admiration for the actress's calmness despite the storm breaking out globally concerning the disease.

Her talk show "Red Table Talk" began as a familial dynamic between Jada, her mother, and her daughter.

Advertisement

Over the years, the 48-year old has been an actress, singer, screenwriter, and now, a talk show host. Her talk show "Red Table Talk" began as a familial dynamic between Jada, her mother, and her daughter.

It serves as a mixture of women from three different generations — getting to know each other better by sharing their views on several topics. Jada shared:

"We can have pretty free-flowing conversation, which is really important to create the kind of intimacy we're looking to have..."

Advertisement

Smith found the perfect formula to mix family with business as a dynamic trio because that is what she is all about. On her show, the mother of two does not fail to share harsh truths about specific topics.

A perfect example of that attribute is when she confronted veteran rapper Snoop Dogg about his attack on TV personality Gayle King amidst the drama surrounding the death of Lakers' Basketball player, Kobe Bryant.

Jada married her husband, Will Smith, in 1997, and they share two children, Jaden and Willow. She has always stunned fans with her ability to strike a balance between family and work.

Advertisement