Bob Hearts Abishola

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  • TV-PG
  • 2019
  • 5 Seasons
  • 7.0  (5,750)

Bob Hearts Abishola is a romantic comedy television show that premiered on CBS in September 2019. The show stars Billy Gardell as Bob, a middle-aged businessman from Detroit who runs his family's compression sock factory. Bob suffers a heart attack one day, which leads him to meet Abishola, played by Folake Olowofoyeku. She is his Nigerian nurse at the hospital where he is being treated. Bob quickly develops feelings for Abishola, but she is not interested in him at first.

Abishola is a hardworking immigrant who is still trying to settle into life in America. She is a single mother who works two jobs to provide for her son, Dele, played by Travis Wolfe Jr. Abishola is also dealing with her own past and the expectations of her Nigerian family. She is fiercely independent and determined to create a better life for herself and her son.

Christine Ebersole and Maribeth Monroe play Bob's sister and ex-wife, respectively. Bob's sister is supportive of his pursuit of Abishola, but his ex-wife is not thrilled about the idea. Matt L. Jones plays Bob's best friend, who is both a source of advice and comic relief throughout the show.

The supporting cast also includes Vernee Watson-Johnson, who plays Abishola's friend and coworker at the hospital. Shola Adewusi and Barry Shabaka Henley play Abishola's aunt and uncle, who are always over at her house eating and watching Nigerian soap operas. Gina Yashere plays Kemi, Abishola's friend who is a nurse at the hospital and often jokes about her hilarious dating life.

The show takes a lighthearted approach to the cultural differences and similarities between Bob and Abishola's backgrounds. Bob often tries to impress Abishola with his knowledge about Nigerian culture, and Abishola is amused by Bob's attempts to win her over. The show also tackles serious topics such as immigration, racism, and the challenges of being a working single parent.

Overall, Bob Hearts Abishola is a charming and heartwarming show that explores the unlikely romance between two people from different worlds. The show is filled with moments of comedy, romance, and drama that will keep viewers engaged and entertained. Fans of shows like The Big Bang Theory and Young Sheldon will enjoy the quirky humor and endearing characters of Bob Hearts Abishola.

In conclusion, Bob Hearts Abishola is a fun and refreshing romantic comedy that touches on serious topics with grace and humor. The show features a talented cast and charming storyline that is sure to win over fans of all ages.

Bob Hearts Abishola is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (95 episodes). The series first aired on September 23, 2019.

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Find Your Bench
13. Find Your Bench
May 6, 2024
Seven years from now, a lot has changed for Bob, Abishola and their friends and family as they reflect on how far they've come and consider what's most important to them as they head into the future.
Olu! I Popped!
12. Olu! I Popped!
April 29, 2024
Bob and Abishola plan a trip to Las Vegas for Kemi's wedding and Kemi and Chukwuemeka get into an argument over his mother.
These Giants Are Flexible
11. These Giants Are Flexible
April 22, 2024
When Bob and Abishola go to New York City with Dele for his Juilliard audition, Abishola reconnects with her brother Ade.
Diamonds Are Made to Sparkle
10. Diamonds Are Made to Sparkle
April 15, 2024
When Bob second-guesses selling MaxDot, a new buyer presents a compelling offer. Also, the prospect of new wealth has Abishola stuck between her conservative nature to hide it and Nigerian pressure to flaunt it.
Sad Cupcakes
9. Sad Cupcakes
April 1, 2024
When Bob receives an offer to sell MaxDot, he must weigh the potential payout against his family's legacy. Also, when the hospital cuts nursing staff, Abishola and Gloria's relationship is strained.
My Michelle Obama
8. My Michelle Obama
March 25, 2024
When Ebun attempts to establish herself as matriarch, Olu worries she’s losing her place in the family; Bob and Abishola are forced to choose sides. Also, Tunde is appointed interim deacon at church.
Worth the Cooties
7. Worth the Cooties
March 18, 2024
After Christina kicks Abishola and Dottie out for making light of her pre-pregnancy preparations, Christina bonds with Douglas and Abishola spends a fun day with Dottie. Also, when Bob, Goodwin and Kofo are stumped on a work issue, Bob insists they go out to lunch to loosen up.
A Tablespoon of Dad
6. A Tablespoon of Dad
March 11, 2024
When Dottie moves her husband Max's urn into Bob and Abishola's living room, everyone is forced to confront their views on death and the afterlife. Also, Goodwin pits Douglas and Kofo against each other in a battle for Dottie's vacant MaxDot office.
Tayo Time
5. Tayo Time
March 4, 2024
When Abishola's ex-husband, Tayo, visits Detroit for work, everyone falls under his spell except Bob and Abishola, who know there must be more to his visit than he claims.
The Heart Attack Boys
4. The Heart Attack Boys
March 4, 2024
When Christina tells her family that she's decided to have a baby by herself, Bob and Abishola start to reconsider whether to have a baby of their own as well.
The Devil's Hot Tub
3. The Devil's Hot Tub
February 26, 2024
Abishola and Kemi's friendship is pushed to the edge when Kemi wants to disregard Nigerian tradition and have a Las Vegas wedding. Also, Bob and the Wheelers have to avert a strike at MaxDot before it sinks the family business.
Kill the Cat
2. Kill the Cat
February 19, 2024
After Tunde gets into a car accident, Bob and Abishola cajole him into getting glasses but worry that his issues are more than just his eyesight.
The Dead Eyes of a Respectful Son
1. The Dead Eyes of a Respectful Son
February 12, 2024
When Abishola finds out Dele cancelled his plans to go to Harvard behind her back, Bob steps in to keep her from going ballistic.
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Where to Watch Bob Hearts Abishola
Bob Hearts Abishola is available for streaming on the CBS website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Bob Hearts Abishola on demand at Max and Apple TV Channels, Paramount+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    September 23, 2019
  • IMDB Rating
    7.0  (5,750)