Tia Mowry has revealed that the hit 90s sitcom "Sister, Sister" will be coming to Netflix in response to the streaming service's mission to add more Black-led shows.
If you are feeling nostalgic, Tia Mowry has just announced that her hit 90s sitcom "Sister, Sister" will soon be available on Netflix.
The streaming service announced the news this week, adding that more classic Black-led sitcoms will be available on their platform.
Other shows that will be added to Netflix's rota include "Moesha" featuring Brandi, "Girlfriends" featuring Tracee Ellis Ross, and "The Game."
Mowry shared the exciting news to her social media, letting her fans know that the show will soon be available for binge-watching. She said:
"Did you guys hear? Just in time for #tbt❤️ Ahhhhhh!!! #sister, sister is coming to @netflix Sept. 1st! And it doesn’t stop there! #thegame is coming August 15th!!! Two amazing shows that I was so #grateful to be apart of! "
The move comes after Netflix content acquisitions manager Bradley Edwards and "Strong Black Lead" manager Jasmyn Lawson endeavoured to promote Black Hollywood.
The streaming service decided to add more Black-led content in 2018 after fans campaigned for it, with Netflix saying that they had more content for the African American audience than any other network.
They will also be producing a new show by Spike Lee called "She's Gotta Have It."
Mowry will also be appearing in Netflix's new crossover, "Game On: A Comedy Crossover Event." This will see shows like "Mr. Iglesias," "Family Reunion," "The Big Show Show," and "Ashley Garcia: Genius in Love" intersecting.
The crossover will see Palina Chavez and Jencarlos Calena of "Ashley Garcia" appear on "Family Reunion" while Eva Longoria guest stars on "Ashley Garcia." Chavez opened up about working with Longoria, saying:
"Eva Longoria is such an inspiration to me. I was just so privileged to work with her and learn from her. I'm super honored."
Other shows that will be included in Netflix's upcoming releases include "Love & Basketball," " Love Jones," and "B*A*P*S."
They will also be producing a new show by Spike Lee called "She's Gotta Have It" as well as the romantic thriller "A Fatal Affair," by Nia Long and Omar Epps.
The first show to hit Netflix will be "Moesha" which premiers on August 1, followed by "The game" which rolls out on August 15th.
Fans will have to wait a little bit longer for "Sister, Sister" which hits Netflix on September 1 and "Girlfriends" on September 11.