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Sister, Sister is an American television sitcom starring identical twins Tia and Tamera Mowry. It premiered on April 1, 1994, and concluded after airing six seasons on May 23, 1999. The premise of the show was that the girls were separated and adopted at birth. One was adopted by a single mother while the other was adopted by a couple, although the mother died a short time later. The two accidentally found each other fourteen years later and reunited.
A sitcom, short for situation comedy, is a genre of comedy centered on a fixed set of characters who carry over from episode to episode. Sitcoms can be contrasted with sketch comedy, where a troupe may use new characters in each sketch, and stand-up comedy, where a comedian tells jokes and stories to an audience. Sitcoms originated in radio, but today are found mostly on television as one of its dominant narrative forms. This form can also include mockumentaries.
Tia Dashon Mowry-Hardrict is an American actress originally known for her teen role as Tia Landry in the sitcom Sister, Sister. She also portrayed medical student Melanie Barnett in the comedy-drama series The Game. She also starred in the television movie Twitches and its sequel Twitches Too. Mowry has voiced Sasha in Bratz. She also starred in the sitcom Instant Mom.
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Tahj Dayton Mowry is an American actor and singer. Mowry is the younger brother of identical twins Tia Mowry and Tamera Mowry. He is known for his show Smart Guy as the main character TJ on The WB, though the show gained later recognition on Disney Channel. Mowry was later cast as a ten-year-old super genius Wade Load on Kim Possible as a nod to this role. He is also known for his role on Full House playing Michelle's best friend, Teddy. Tahj also played Tucker Dobbs on Freeform's hit comedy show Baby Daddy.
Tia and Tamara Mowry may refer to:
Tamera Darvette Mowry-Housley is an American actress. She first gained fame for her teen role as Tamera Campbell on the ABC/WB sitcom Sister, Sister. She has also starred in the Disney Channel Original Movie Twitches and its sequel, Twitches Too, and she played Dr. Kayla Thornton on the medical drama Strong Medicine. A reality TV show following her and her twin sister's lives, Tia & Tamera, began airing on the Style Network in 2011, ending in 2013 after three seasons.
Twitches is a 2005 Disney Channel Original Movie, based on the popular Twitches book series published by Scholastic Press. Produced by Broomsticks Productions Limited, the film stars Tia Mowry and Tamera Mowry as Alexandra Fielding and Camryn Barnes, respectively. On its premiere night, Twitches scored over 7 million viewers. The movie drew 21.5 million viewers in four airings on its first weekend and was the week's most popular cable program. A sequel, Twitches Too, aired on October 12, 2007, as a part of Disney Channel's Hauntober Fest.
Voices was an American R&B vocal girl group from Los Angeles that was active during the late 1980s until the early 1990s. The group consisted of members Monique Wilson, Arike Rice, sisters LaPetra and LaToya McMoore, and then-unknown twin sisters Tia and Tamera Mowry.
Seventeen Again is a fantasy–comedy film. It first aired on Showtime on November 12, 2000, and was released on DVD on April 9, 2002. The film was also included as a bonus feature on the Sister, Sister Complete Collection box set released in March 2016. Directed by Jeffrey W. Byrd, it stars Tia & Tamera, and their brother Tahj Mowry.
Detention is an American animated television series created by Bob Doucette that premiered on Kids' WB on September 11, 1999 and ended on March 25, 2000, the series ran for thirteen half-hour episodes in one season. Since 2018, the show has been available on iTunes.
"I'm Going Down" is a song written and produced by Norman Whitfield, and performed by Rose Royce. The single is from the film Car Wash and is featured on the film's soundtrack.
The 1998 Kids' Choice Awards occurred on April 4, 1998. The award show was held at Pauley Pavilion at UCLA in Los Angeles, California. Rap star Sean Puffy Combs became the latest recipient of Nickelodeon's highest honor, a sliming.
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Cory Hardrict is an American actor. He has appeared in film and television since the late 1990s. He was an executive producer for the 2012 film The Watch.
Chad James Connell is a Canadian actor.
Melanie Barnett-Davis is a fictional character, portrayed by actress Tia Mowry, who appears in the American sitcom The Game, which aired on the CW Television Network and BET from 2006 to 2015. Introduced in a backdoor pilot on the sitcom Girlfriends as the cousin of Joan Clayton, Melanie chooses to support her boyfriend Derwin Davis' career with the San Diego Sabres, a fictional National Football League (NFL) team, rather than attend medical school at Johns Hopkins University. The series focuses primarily on Melanie and Derwin's complicated relationship, with her fears of his infidelity at the center of many of the episodes' storylines. Mowry left the series in 2012 upon learning that her role would be reduced as a result of co-star Pooch Hall's decision to leave The Game to appear in the crime drama series Ray Donovan. Both actors reprised their roles in the series' finale, in which Melanie gives birth to twins.
Good Clean Fun was an American television production company based in Los Angeles. The company was founded by Jason Carbone and produces primarily reality docusoap content. Programming focuses on celebrity figures in music, television, and sports. In 2015, Good Clean Fun premiered two new series, Barely Famous on VH1 and Meet the Smiths on TBS, as well as a second season of Rev Run’s Sunday Suppers.
Tia & Tamera is an American reality television series on that aired on the Style Network from August 8, 2011, until September 22, 2013. Originally titled Tia & Tamera Take 2, the series started off as a television special that aired on July 17, 2010. It was announced in February 2011 that the special was picked to series. Later, the series was changed to its current title and debuted on August 8, 2011, on the now defunct Style Network. In September 2011, Style Network renewed the show for a second season, which later premiered on June 11, 2012. Season 3 was announced on February 12, 2013, with it premiering on July 14, 2013. The third season concluded September 22, 2013, and was the last program to air on Style, which re-branded as Esquire Network the next day. Tia & Tamera began airing on E! starting October 15, 2013, along with former Style Network series Giuliana and Bill.
The Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, run annually on United States television since 1988, includes a category for "Favorite Female TV Star".
"Tia Tamera" is the debut commercial single by American rapper Doja Cat featuring guest vocals from American rapper Rico Nasty. It was written and produced by Doja Cat, with production handled by Doja and Kurtis McKenzie, with additional songwriting by David Sprecher, Lydia Asrat, McKenzie, and Maria-Cecilia Simone Kelly. It was released on January 31, 2019 by Kemosabe Records and RCA Records as the leading single to her deluxe edition of her debut album Amala.