Watch The Soul Man

This is a great show that was born on TV Land. The show The Soul Man is actually a spin off from the show Hot In Cleveland. The show stars an R&B superstar who decides to become a minister. Keep in mind that before he becomes a minister, he was living a luxurious lifestyle in Las Vegas.

This is part of what makes this show so unique is that you have a former R&B superstar who decides that he wants to become a preacher. There is bound to be some comedy, and also a little irony in that.

The R&B superstar who is living it up, relocates his family to St. Louis to preach at his dad's church. Another thing that makes this show interesting is that the main character is the only one who wants to be there. Everyone else in the family was a big fan of the luxurious lifestyle that they were living.

Giving that up is part of what also makes this show interesting. It is like giving up a materially based lifestyle for a spiritual lifestyle from someone who reached the pinnacle of power. The show has many great moments, and moments that are downright hilarious. The characters are well written and quite memorable.

The Soul Man is one of the best sitcoms on TV Land right now. If you happen to see it on, be sure to check it out. You are guaranteed to be glued to your seat laughing from one hilarious scene to the next.

Wednesday 10:00 PM et/pt on TV Land
5 Seasons, 51 Episodes - Currently Airing
Comedy
3.9/5
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The Soul Man Full Episode Guide

  • Mayor Saxby upsets the Ballentines' lives when he takes away Barton's Bingo permit.

  • Mayor Saxby slams Boyce during a debate and Boyce considers doing the same to him. Elsewhere, Lolli briefly befriends the mayor's wife.

  • Old neighbors crash a family evening that celebrates Boyce's first campaign commercial. Also: the family find out about the relationship between Stamps and Alicia.

  • Lolli gets kicked off a wine train and makes Boyce have her back while Stamps helps Alicia cope with campaign stress.

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