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The Jamie Foxx Show
Format Situation Comedy
Created by Bentley Kyle Evans
Jamie Foxx
Starring Jamie Foxx
Garcelle Beauvais
Christopher B. Duncan
Ellia English
Garrett Morris
Theme music composer Jamie Foxx
Opening theme "Here Comes Jamie Foxx" (seasons 1-3)
"The Simple Things Are All I Need" (seasons 4-5),
both performed by Jamie Foxx
Country of origin  United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 5
No. of episodes 100
Production
Executive producer(s) Bentley Kyle Evans
Marcus King (seasons 2-5)
Bennie R. Richburg, Jr. (seasons 2-5)
Jamie Foxx (seasons 3-5)
Location(s) Los Angeles (setting)
Warner Bros. Studios, Hollywood, California (taping location)
Camera setup Videotape; Multi-camera
Running time 30 minutes
Production company(s) Bent Outta Shape Productions
Foxx-Hole Productions
Warner Bros. Television
Broadcast
Original channel The WB
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Original run August 28, 1996 – January 14, 2001
Status Ended

The Jamie Foxx Show is an American television sitcom that aired on the WB Network from August 28, 1996 to January 14, 2001. The series starred Jamie Foxx, Garcelle Beauvais, Christopher B. Duncan, Ellia English, and Garrett Morris.

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Synopsis

Jamie King (Jamie Foxx) is an aspiring musician from Terrell, Texas who has come to Los Angeles to pursue a career in music. To support himself, he works in his family's hotel, the financially strapped King's Tower, which is owned by his aunt and uncle, Helen and Junior King (Ellia English and Garrett Morris).

Among his co-workers during the series' run were the beautiful and intelligent Francesca "Fancy" Monroe, played by Garcelle Beauvais, and Jamie's high-strung, stuffed-shirt, "bougie" nemesis Braxton P. Hartnabrig, portrayed by Christopher B. Duncan.

Jamie's romantic overtures toward Fancy were mostly unrequited until the final two seasons, when the two began to tentatively date and eventually became engaged. Braxton, who generally served as the brunt of Jamie's insults, was known to get in a few digs of his own as the series progressed.

Cast

Episodes

Reruns/syndication

The series aired in broadcast syndication distributed by Telepictures Distribution and Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution from 2000 to 2003. Reruns of the series also aired on BET from 2005 to 2008 and started airing once again September 2009 to present, and as part of The CW Television Network's The CW Daytime (along with reruns of The Wayans Bros.) block from September 2008 to September 2009.

Several episodes of The Jamie Foxx Show were also available on AOL's In2TV, which allows Internet users to watch streamed or download high resolution episodes of various favorite classics.[1] Since Time Warner's June 2009 announcement that it would split from America Online, the episodes have been moved over to AOL Video.

Awards and nominations

Year Result Award Category Recipient
1998 Winner NAACP Image Award Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Jamie Foxx
1999 Nominated Outstanding Comedy Series
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Jamie Foxx
2000 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Jamie Foxx
Kids' Choice Awards, USA Favorite Television Actor Jamie Foxx
2001 NAACP Image Award Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Jamie Foxx
Kids' Choice Awards, USA Favorite Television Actor Jamie Foxx

DVD releases

Warner Home Video has released Season one of The Jamie Foxx Show on DVD in Region 1. It is highly unlikely that more season DVDs will be released due to poor DVD sales for the first season.[2]

DVD Name Ep # Release Date
The Complete First Season 22 February 8, 2005

References

  1. ^ "The Jamie Foxx Show online". streaming episodes of the Jamie Foxx Show. http://video.aol.com/video-category/jamie-foxx-show/1705. Retrieved May 28, 2007. 
  2. ^ "Tv shows on DVD". Why no more seasons on DVD. http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/newsitem.cfm?NewsID=5868. Retrieved May 28, 2007. 

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