This fall, the laughs will be on getTV when the long-running family sitcom “The Steve Harvey Show” join its weekday ‘First Families of Funny’ and ‘Funny Side Up’ lineups beginning October 1.
Six-time Emmy-winning comedian, television host, producer, radio personality, actor and author Steve Harvey playing a former funk legend-turned-high school teacher in “The Steve Harvey Show” can be seen weekdays at 8AM and 11PM.
The Steve Harvey Show” complements the recent premiere of “Married With Children,” which unveiled on September 17 featuring episodes of America’s groundbreaking and most hilarious dysfunctional family, the Bundys, and airs Monday through Friday, at 9AM, 8PM and 1AM eastern.
Long before he wrote “Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man” and opted for a more aerodynamic hairstyle, Steve Harvey let the “funk hit the fan” playing Chicago native Steve Hightower on “The Steve Harvey Show.”
“While most viewers may know Steve Harvey as the host of his enormously popular weekday morning syndicated radio show, ‘Family Feud,’ ‘Little Big Shots,’ and even ‘The Miss Universe Pageant,’ this new opportunity to catch his long running family sitcom ‘The Steve Harvey Show’ will give audiences the chance to rediscover his considerable talent as a comic actor,” said Jeff Meier, SVP Programming and General Manager of getTV.
On “The Steve Harvey Show,” which originally aired from 1996 to 2002, Harvey starred as a ‘70s funk superstar who goes to work as a high school music teacher and vice principal. Cedric the Entertainer, Steve’s best buddy, is the school’s coach, with Wendy Raquel Robinson as Steve’s former classmate who is the principal.
For getTV’s entire September and October schedules, visit get.tv.
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