Grown Folks is American Comedy TV series. Produced by Bent Outta Shape Productions Inc.. Stars: Gary 'G. Thang' Johnson, Tracey Cherelle Jones, Jay Phillips. It premiered on Oct 03, 2017, on BOUNCE TV. IMDb's user rating for the series is 5.3 *.
How Many Seasons Of Grown Folks Are There: 1 (13 episodes)
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Season premieres on October 3, 2017
BOUNCE TV, 13 episodes
Grown Folks is on BOUNCE TV (United States) Mondays at 9 pm
S1E13 (Twisted Sorority Sister) - Air Date: Dec 18, 2017 (3 years ago)
Grown Folks - TV Series Finale - by Tvseriesfinale
Grown Folks is HORRIBLE! The dad is THE ONLY funny person on the show. Recast, leave him in and find some people that’ll compliment his character! His wife looks WAY FRUMPY is those “made to order” clothes — cutting up a sweatshirt made to fit her hips — BAD CHOICE! She NEEDS to loose some weight and get her sexy back. stomp always playing the disgruntled wife, always fussing for something. #overit As fr as the other couple, the wife needs to change her voice – she sounds stupid. The guy needs some molding on his character.
Sunday Nights at a Roller Rink in the Valley Are for Grown Folks and Custom Skates - L.A. Weekly - according to Laweekly
DJ Clyde the Glide has been playing rinks since 1981. He's had nights at all of the biggest roller rinks in Los Angles and was also a radio personality. Oldies Night at Skateland became what it is because of the crowd that Clyde was able to bring with him. Skaters care about the music and the vibe; they won't just skate to anything. On a recent Sunday night, several skaters told me that they don't go to certain rinks because the music is too "young.” Clyde plays grown-folks music, which is what everyone wants to hear. He plays "O-o-h Child" by the Five Stairsteps and Vaughan Mason & Crew's "Bounce, Rock, Skate, Roll." The Staples Singers' "I'll Take You There" gets a particularly enthusiastic crowd reaction. He makes the session move. He plays all the hits and the crowd responds by moving with the beat, taking hold of a partner or stomping their skates.