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Sister, Sister: 5 Things That Didn't Age Well (& 5 That Are Timeless)

Sister, Sister: 5 Things That Didn't Age Well (& 5 That Are Timeless)
The classic '90s sitcom starring Tia and Tamera Mowry is now available to stream on Netflix! In many ways a television reimagining of The Parent Trap, the twin-fueled comedy Sister, Sister ran from 1994 until 1999, completing its full series run after 6 seasons.

Related: Which TV Sister Are You Based On Your Zodiac Sign?

A revival in the vein of Fuller House was confirmed in 2018, but there has been little information on the potential comeback since then. Despite its popularity during its time, there are many details of the comedy series that haven’t aged well, while others are just as good as when it first premiered.
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The Best New TV Shows To Watch On Netflix This Week

The Best New TV Shows To Watch On Netflix This Week
Netflix is the king of streaming services for a reason, as there’s absolutely no shortage of phenomenal shows available to watch on it. From beloved classics that drench you in nostalgia to brand new original programming ready for bingeing, you can rest assured that there’s something on the platform for everyone. And, of course, regardless of what kind of content you typically enjoy, there’s at least a pretty good chance that you’re one of millions who thoroughly love countless viewings of The Office.

The end of July brought the much-anticipated second season of The Umbrella Academy, which was quite adored by the show’s fans. Meanwhile, August added season 4 of The Seven Deadly Sins, the third and final season of The Rain, and the long-awaited entire run of the hit Nickelodeon show The Legend of Korra. As if that wasn’t enough, Netflix has also added
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Never Knew How Much We Missed Sister, Sister: Check Out the Stars Then & Now

Never Knew How Much We Missed Sister, Sister: Check Out the Stars Then & Now
Make like Roger and go home to binge-watch Sister, Sister, the iconic WB series starring Tia and Tamera Mowry.  The '90s sitcom followed the identical twins, who were separated at birth, after they reunite in high school and their adoptive parents, played by Tim Reid and Jackée Harry, move in together. Shenanigans and sisterly bonding ensue, along with some romances and high school woes.  While it initially ran from 1994-99, Sister, Sister has experienced a surprise resurgence after hitting Netflix on September 1, quickly entering the streaming giant's Top 10 list.  "Wow! Wow! Wow! Never ever did I ever think that I would have 3 shows #trending on @netflix This is...
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We Regret to Inform You That Netflix's Version of Sister, Sister Replaced Some Iconic Tracks

We Regret to Inform You That Netflix's Version of Sister, Sister Replaced Some Iconic Tracks
Picture this: it's 1998 and you've turned on the Cinderella-themed episode of Sister, Sister, called "Shoeless," just in time to catch Tamera (Tamera Mowry) and Jordan (Deon Richmond) dancing to "Slow Jam" by Usher and Monica. Unfortunately, that may have to stay a memory, as the Netflix version of Sister, Sister has replaced "Slow Jam" with "Runnin" by Bellringer. If the song seems out of place, that's because it is - "Runnin" came out in 2009.

The change first came about during the syndication of Sister, Sister - even the complete DVD series features the switch. If you're wondering why the change, particularly since "Slow Jam" perfectly encapsulates the moment in the episode, the most likely culprit is licensing rights: either Sister, Sister's contract ran out or "Slow Jam" was too expensive to license in perpetuity.

Sister, Sister isn't the only recent Netflix addition to run into this issue; Moesha fans
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Netflix Added 3 New Movies Today, Including A Superhero Film

Netflix Added 3 New Movies Today, Including A Superhero Film
It’s a new month, which means there’s plenty of fresh stuff to stream across a variety of platforms, and Netflix got off to a fantastic start right out of the gate with yesterday’s substantial first of the month content drop. With over 30 new additions, the service brought back all three movies in the Back to the Future trilogy, the hilarious Seth Rogen and James Franco team-up Pineapple Express, classic musical Grease, and all six seasons of the beloved 90’s sitcom Sister, Sister, among many others.

There’s still tons of other exciting content in the pipeline for the rest of the month, too. September 4th will bring the eerie psychological horror I’m Thinking of Ending Things, which has already scored exceptionally well on Rotten Tomatoes with an impressive 88%, while September 18th will see the debut of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, a computer-animated show set in the Jurassic Park universe.
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Netflix Added Over 30 New Movies/TV Shows To Kick Off September

Netflix Added Over 30 New Movies/TV Shows To Kick Off September
It’s the first day of September and you know what that means? Yes, Netflix has dropped its usual gigantic haul of new titles to kick off the month with. This time around, the streaming service has added over 30 movies and TV shows to its library. And amongst them are a huge number of bonafide classics from all different kinds of genres.

Most notably, the entire Back to the Future trilogy has returned on Netflix, allowing fans to rewatch all three parts of the beloved sci-fi franchise. Alternatively, if you’re in the mood for a musical, Grease is also up on the site from today. But wait, maybe you have a hankering for horror instead. If so, then why not stick on classic 90s flick Anaconda, starring Jennifer Lopez?

Check out the full list of everything that arrived on Netflix on September 1st below:

Bookmarks: Celebrating Black Voices *Netflix
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Everything Coming To Netflix, Disney Plus, HBO Max, Hulu And Prime In September

Everything Coming To Netflix, Disney Plus, HBO Max, Hulu And Prime In September
As August winds down, it’s time to look ahead to everything that’s hitting the major streaming services in September. As always, there’s an enormous haul of originals and newly licensed titles going up across Netflix, Disney Plus, HBO Max, Hulu and Prime Video over the month, including content from every genre out there.

The first day of September brings the usual lengthy list of movies arriving on most of the sites. Just a few of the highlights include all three Back to the Future films returning to Netflix, every entry in the Twilight saga arriving on Hulu and countless iconic movies going up on HBO Max, including Grease, Miss Congeniality and V for Vendetta. Also, Doctor Who fans will want to take note, as the most recent season of the show lands on HBO Max the same day.

Feel free to inspect the full list of everything
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Netflix in September: Here’s Everything Coming and Going

Netflix in September: Here’s Everything Coming and Going
Netflix is out with its list of everything new coming in the month of September.

The list includes the new space series “Away” starring Hilary Swank, out Sept 4. It also includes all three “Back to the Future” movies, “Grease” and “Magic Mike,” out Sept. 1.

The Duchess” is out Sept. 11, and Ryan Murphy’s “Ratched” comes Sept. 18.

Leaving throughout the month is “Cold Case Files: Season 1,” “Christopher Robin,” “Jurassic Park,” “Despicable Me” and “Dear John,” to name a few.

Also Read: Streaming Time Almost Doubles as Viewers Flock to Netflix, Hulu During Pandemic | Chart

See the full list below.

Sept. 1

Bookmarks: Celebrating Black Voices — Netflix Family

The Boss Baby: Get That Baby! — Netflix Family

Felipe Esparza: Bad Decisions — Netflix Comedy Special

La Partita / The Match — Netflix Film

True: Friendship Day — Netflix Family

Adrift

Anaconda

Back to the Future

Back to the Future Part II

Back to the Future Part III
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10 Fan-Favorite Sister, Sister Episodes To Rewatch On Netflix, Ranked By IMDb

10 Fan-Favorite Sister, Sister Episodes To Rewatch On Netflix, Ranked By IMDb
Sister, Sister is on Netflix starting September 1, 2020. The beloved sitcom began as part of the classic ABC Tgif lineup. It then moved to the WB for its last four seasons. The series was a fan favorite as an original back in the 1990s and also in the 2000s when it reran on Disney Channel.

Related: Every Disney Movie That Is Still On Netflix, Ranked According To IMDb

Fans could not be more excited to relive their favorite moments with Tia and Tamera Mowry. The stars are each now married with beautiful children, and they're just as busy as ever with their work. Take the opportunity to celebrate Sister, Sister with these ten fabulous episodes.
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New on Netflix: September 2020 Releases

New on Netflix: September 2020 Releases
September marks the start of the traditional TV season. For many networks and cable channels, however, this will be an usual season with the coronavirus pandemic halting production leaving behind paltry fall lineups. Over on Netflix, however, things continue to operate at high capacity.

Netflix is rolling out quite a few original series and movies for its new releases in September 2020. The Hillary Swank-starring space drama Away premieres on September 4. That is followed by a whole host of intriguing concepts including Julie and the Phantoms (Sept. 10), Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous (Sept. 18), and even the Nurse Ratched origin story series called Ratched (Sept. 18).

The film side of things is just as packed. Romantic comedy Love, Guaranteed premieres on Sept. 3, Charlie Kaufman’s latest effort I’m Thinking of Ending Things arrives on Sept. 4, and the Tom Holland-starring thriller The Devil All the Time bows on Sept. 16. That’s not even to mention Enola Holmes on Sept.
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Netflix Announces Over 100 New Movies/TV Shows For September

Netflix Announces Over 100 New Movies/TV Shows For September
What titles are coming to Netflix in September 2020? I’m glad you asked. I mean, you personally may not have asked, but someone probably did. Somewhere. Moving on.

Earlier today, the streaming site announced the full list of new movies/TV shows headed to the platform next month and it’s a doozy, comprising over 100 titles. A good chunk of those are Netflix Originals, too, and overall, there’s a ton of exciting stuff on the way.

See for yourself below…

Released September 1

Bookmarks: Celebrating Black Voices *Netflix Family

The Boss Baby: Get That Baby! *Netflix Family

Felipe Esparza: Bad Decisions/Malas Decisiones (2020) *Netflix Comedy Special

La Partita/The Match *Netflix Film

True: Friendship Day *Netflix Family

Adrift

Anaconda

Back to the Future

Back to the Future Part II

Back to the Future Part III

Barbershop

Barbie Princess Adventure

Borgen: Season 1-3

Children of the Sea

Coneheads

Glory

Grease
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Netflix Acquires Rights to 7 Black Sitcoms Including ‘Moesha’ and ‘Sister, Sister’

Netflix Acquires Rights to 7 Black Sitcoms Including ‘Moesha’ and ‘Sister, Sister’
Netflix has raided the former Upn network’s library, acquiring the rights to seven popular Black sitcoms, which will begin rolling out this weekend.

The streaming service has grabbed the rights to “Moesha,” “Sister, Sister,” “The Game,” “Girlfriends,” “The Parkers,” “Half & Half” and “One on One.” “Moesha,” which starred Brandy Norwood and ran for six seasons on Upn, will debut on Netflix Saturday. The first three seasons of “The Game,” which ran for nine years in total, will debut on Aug. 15. Netflix acquired the three seasons of the black comedy that aired on The CW, before it moved over to BET.

Popular ’90s sitcom, “Sister, Sister” will debut on Netflix starting Sept. 1. The series began on ABC before moving over to The WB, airing six seasons total. “Girlfriends,” which stars “black-ish” lead Tracee Ellis-Ross, ran for 9 seasons and 172 episodes and is one of the longer running live action sitcoms.
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Moesha and Sister, Sister Among Classic Black Sitcoms Coming to Netflix — Watch Casts Celebrate

Moesha and Sister, Sister Among Classic Black Sitcoms Coming to Netflix — Watch Casts Celebrate
Netflix’s latest acquisition spree includes a splash of sibling synchronicity.

The streaming service on Wednesday announced that that it has acquired the rights to seven classic Black sitcoms, including ’90s hits Sister, Sister and Moesha. Additional titles include Girlfriends, Half & Half, The Parkers, One and One and the first three seasons of The Game.

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Jurassic World: Netflix Sets Premiere for Animated Camp Cretaceous Series

Jurassic World: Netflix Sets Premiere for Animated Camp Cretaceous Series
Things you expect to encounter at summer camp: mosquito bites, sunburn, rickety bunk beds.

Things you do not expect to encounter at summer camp: living, breathing dinosaurs.

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But that latter scenario will become a terrifying reality for the teens of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, an animated series coming to Netflix on Friday, Sept. 18.

Set against the timeline of the Jurassic World film, the eight-episode Camp Cretaceous follows a group of six
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Tamera Mowry-Housley Quits The Real After 7 Years

Tamera Mowry-Housley Quits The Real After 7 Years
The Real is losing one of its most popular stars.

Tamera Mowry-Housley has announced her departure from the daytime talker after seven years.

"For seven years, my home and heart has been at The Real," she began her statement on Instagram.

"The friendships that I've made there will last a lifetime, and the people that I've had the blessing to interview have changed my life for the better."

"I'm so proud of what all the ladies and I have accomplished there, including two well-deserved NAACP Image Awards and a Daytime Emmy."

"However, all good things must come to an end, and it's with a bittersweet smile that I announced that I am moving on from The Real," she continued.

"To my fellow hosts, I love you, I will miss you, and I will always be there for you. Thank you for teaching me, supporting me, and loving all of me.
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The Real: Tamera Mowry Exits as Host After 7 Years — Read Her Statement

The Real: Tamera Mowry Exits as Host After 7 Years — Read Her Statement
Tamera Mowry is done talking: The host of The Real is leaving the daytime talk show after seven years, TVLine has confirmed.

“For seven years, my home and heart has been at The Real,” Mowry said in a statement posted to Instagram on Monday. “The friendships that I’ve made there will last a lifetime, and the people that I’ve had the blessing to interview have changed my life for the better. I’m so proud of what all the ladies and I have accomplished there, including two well-deserved NAACP Image Awards and a Daytime Emmy.”

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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Marques Houston

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Marques Houston
From the 90s to the mid 2000s, Marques Houston was at the top of his game. He began his career as a member of the R&b group Immature which eventually became known as IMx. He also became well-known for his main role on the popular sitcom, Sister, Sister in which he played an annoying neighborhood boy named Roger Evans. Despite the fact that Marques Houston was once one of the hottest names in the industry, he is often forgotten in conversations about the G.O.A.Ts (greatest of all time). However, recently, Houston’s name has been brought up in a completely different

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Marques Houston
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Tia Mowry

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Tia Mowry
During the 90s, Tia Mowry and her twin sister, Tamera, were two of the hottest young celebrities in the entertainment industry. From 1994 to 1999, they were the stars of their own sitcom, Sister, Sister. In the mid 2000s, her career caught a strong second wind when she was cast as Melanie Barnett on the popular series, The Game. Tia is one of the few entertainers who came into the industry as a child celebrity and has continued to work through adulthood without any scandals or sketchy situations. Now a pride wife and mother, Tia is still working on a

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Tia Mowry
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Fred Willard Remembered By Steve Carell: “The Funniest Person I’ve Ever Worked With”

Fred Willard Remembered By Steve Carell: “The Funniest Person I’ve Ever Worked With”
The posthumous accolades are pouring in for comic actor Fred Willard, whose career spanned 50 years in film, television, stage and nightclubs.

A four-time Emmy nominee, Willard was known for characters who appeared slightly off and outside the norm. But his real-life personal warmth and quick wit made him a Hollywood favorite and kept him working late into his life, with work yet to be seen still to come.

Here are some of the early reactions to his passing:

Fred Willard was the funniest person that I've ever worked with. He was a sweet, wonderful man.

Steve Carell (@SteveCarell) May 16, 2020

Fred Willard could not have been funnier. He was pure joy. And the sweetest person you could ever meet. https://t.co/JoLy6PVd9d

Judd Apatow (@JuddApatow) May 16, 2020

Devastated to learn that the great Fred Willard has died. I was honored to have called him a friend. One of the funniest,
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Coffee & Kareem Trailer Teams Ed Helms and Taraji P. Henson in Netflix's Wild Cop Comedy

Coffee & Kareem Trailer Teams Ed Helms and Taraji P. Henson in Netflix's Wild Cop Comedy
Netflix has released a new red-band trailer for Coffee & Kareem. This is the latest original comedy offering from the streaming service and it comes from director Michael Dowse, with The Office alum Ed Helms in the lead role alongside up-and-comer Terrence Little Gardenhigh in what looks to be a buddy-cop throwback. The company is billing this as "an action-comedy about forging unexpected bonds, one four-letter insult at a time." This trailer certainly speaks to that, as it's loaded with action, laughs and quite a bit of cursing.

The trailer kicks off by previewing the chaos to come, before flashing back to how the mess at this movie's center got started in the first place. Ed Helms character is trying desperately to form a meaningful bond with his girlfriend's son, and it's not exactly going well, to say the very least of it. Unwittingly, they get entangled in some violent drama involving a drug gang,
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