Family Time

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  • TV-PG
  • 2012
  • 8 Seasons
  • 6.5  (284)

Family Time is an American television sitcom that premiered on Bounce TV on June 18, 2012. Created by Bentley Kyle Evans, the series features the lives of the Stallworth family as they navigate through their daily lives. The show follows the lives of Tony and Lisa Stallworth and their two children, Ebony and Devin. The family will always be a priority to the Stallworths, no matter what ups and downs they may face. Family Time is a light-hearted and fun-filled series that serves up humor and touches on common issues that families, especially Black American families, often face.

Tony Stallworth, played by Omar Gooding, is the breadwinner of the family and a successful businessman. He works hard to provide for his family and is always looking for ways to bring in extra income. Lisa Stallworth, played by Angell Conwell, is the glue that holds the family together. She is a stay-at-home mom who takes care of the house and makes sure her family is always on track. She is also supportive of Tony’s business endeavors and is always there to lend a helping hand.

Ebony, played by Jayla Calhoun, is the eldest daughter of the Stallworth family. She is a smart and ambitious teenager who is always looking for ways to make her mark. She is also involved in school activities and has a part-time job. Devin, played by Bentley Kyle Evans Jr., is the youngest member of the family. He is a pre-teen who loves comics, video games, and hanging out with his friends. Devin is always up for some adventure, and his curiosity often leads to the family's hilarious situations.

The Stallworths often find themselves facing typical family situations like trying to fit in with neighbors, dealing with the children's crushes, and balancing work and home life. They go through various ups and downs but always come out on top. In one episode, Tony decides to open a coffee shop to bring in extra income. As a result, the family finds themselves invested in the business and learning the ins and outs of running it. In another episode, Ebony starts high school and finds herself getting bullied by the popular girls. The family comes together to help Ebony deal with the situation, and she comes out victorious.

Family Time embraces the importance of family values and presents them in a fun and creative way. The bonds between the Stallworths are unbreakable, and they face their problems together, no matter the circumstances. The show also touches on the importance of supporting Black-owned businesses, something that is often overlooked in other sitcoms.

The show has received positive reviews and has been praised for its relatable storylines and talented cast. The cast chemistry is evident, and the characters feel natural and realistic. The humor is clean, and the situations are relatable to both kids and adults. The writing is solid, and the show strikes a perfect balance between comedy and drama.

In conclusion, Family Time is a great choice for a lighthearted and family-oriented sitcom. It presents relatable situations that families face while maintaining a fun and light-hearted tone. The show is ideal for families looking for a good laugh together. It highlights the importance of family bonds, hard work, and supporting one another through thick and thin. It is an excellent addition to the Bounce TV lineup and a must-watch for fans of family-friendly sitcoms.

Family Time is a series that is currently running and has 8 seasons (91 episodes). The series first aired on June 18, 2012.

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Stallworth Murder Mystery
13. Stallworth Murder Mystery
December 16, 2020
The Stallworth family rings in the New Year with a murder mystery game. Meanwhile, Donnie and Cheryl further explore their chemistry together.
Christmas Beyond The Walls
12. Christmas Beyond The Walls
December 16, 2020
The Stallworths host their talented cousins Darrel, Rhea, Paco and Ahjah Walls (The Walls) for the holidays. Meanwhile, Cheryl makes her move on Donnie.
Blasts From The Past
11. Blasts From The Past
December 9, 2020
Lisa needs help for an upcoming catering gig, so Vivian recruits her former cellmate. Meanwhile, Rachel reunites with an unlikely relative.
Grass Ain't Greener
10. Grass Ain't Greener
December 2, 2020
Tony takes Lisa's big catering gig for granted. He learns the hard way that it is not easy walking in her shoes.
Daddy Divorce
9. Daddy Divorce
November 25, 2020
Thanksgiving is approaching, and family members come bearing more than just luggage.
Thanks For The Ticket
8. Thanks For The Ticket
November 18, 2020
Tony gets caught on the Bae Cam with another woman while Devin and Ebony battle it out in a bake off.
The Breadwinner
7. The Breadwinner
November 11, 2020
Tony's manhood is threatened when Lisa's Soul Sisters catering takes off. Meanwhile, Donnie explores his future as a motivational speaker.
Teamwork Makes The Dream Work
6. Teamwork Makes The Dream Work
November 4, 2020
Tony becomes an overbearing sponsor of a youth basketball team while Lisa and the ladies hold a mock trial for Lori.
Notorious D-O-G
5. Notorious D-O-G
October 28, 2020
Lisa brings home a stray, despite Tony's aversion to dogs. Meanwhile, Lisa's and Vivian's Soul Sisters Catering secure their biggest gig yet. Omar Gooding, Angell Conwell, Bentley Kyle Evans, Jr., Jayla Calhoun, Theresa Nelson, Erica Shaffer, Zachary Williams, Clayton Thomas, Diana Carreno, Mike Bend
Somebody's Watching Me
4. Somebody's Watching Me
October 21, 2020
Tony and Donnie spy on Ebony and her new boyfriend; Lori is recruited to be the face of hair care.
The Set-Ups
3. The Set-Ups
October 14, 2020
Tony and Rachel play matchmaker by setting up Lori and Donnie on dates.
Show Me The Money
2. Show Me The Money
October 7, 2020
Tony needs of a caterer and Lisa wants a shot at the job; Devin uses his new credit card.
Empty Nest
1. Empty Nest
October 7, 2020
When Lisa starts to have baby fever, Tony remind her how much work a baby can be; Lori contemplates plastic surgery.
Where to Watch Family Time
Family Time is available for streaming on the Bounce TV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Family Time on demand at Amazon Prime and Bounce.
  • Premiere Date
    June 18, 2012
  • IMDB Rating
    6.5  (284)