Yesss! Loretta Divine & Tia Mowry Team Up For ‘Family Reunion’ Comedy Series

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Black excellence is in full effect!

Tia Mowry and Loretta Divine are set to star in Family Reunion, a new multi-generational, multi-camera comedy series for Netflix. Created and executive produced by Meg DeLoatch (Eve, Fuller House) and directed by Eric Dean Seaton (Modern Family, Prince of Peoria), the project have been approved for 20 episodes.

We are very excited about this project because it involves all black writers and it’s an African American family sitcom. According to Deadline, Mowry plays “Cocoa McKellan, a free spirited, fun, conscious mother from Seattle. When she and her former football-playing husband Moz and their four children travel from their home in the big city to the small town of Columbus, Georgia for the McKellan Family Reunion, they get to know an extended family they didn’t even realize they were missing. Devine plays the loving but strict matriarch of the family, M’Dear.”

Melissa Cobb, the VP of Kids and Family at Netflix says,

“We look forward to bringing families together to enjoy the hilarious and heartwarming stories of this multi-generational American family living together and discovering the importance of connecting with their roots. Meg DeLoatch has created a warm funny and memorable extended family that we believe will resonate with audience around the world and she has assembled an incredibly talented all-black writers room to authentically portray these characters and their journey.”  

Both Loretta & Tia shared their excitement about the new project:

“I’m so excited to return to television, especially working with Netflix, and I can’t wait for everyone to see Family Reunion. I know my fans are going to love it!”

“I am so blessed to be part of this new and exciting moment in time that will touch and bring laughter, smiles, and joy to everyone who sees it,” Devine said in a statement. “That is Family Reunion for me right now. When you see it, I think you are gonna love it, because it is all about family… The core of everything.”