Netflix made a major announcement on Wednesday (July 29). The streaming platform has acquired the rights to 7 classic Black sitcoms, including beloved '90s outings Sister, Sister and Moesha. In addition to these two titles, Netflix now has the rights to Girlfriends, Half & Half, The Parkers, One and One and the first three seasons of The Game, as well.
Until now, most of these classic series haven't been available to stream anywhere. According to TV Line, Half & Half, Moesha, One on One, The Parkers and Sister, Sister are not available at all, while only select episodes of Girlfriends and the complete nine-season run of The Game have only been available via CW Seed with commercials. After years of waiting for these shows to hit a major streaming platform, fans will finally be able to binge watch them all on Netflix.
The casts of all the shows got together (virtually, of course) for a special video announcement. After watching Tracee Ellis Ross, Tia and Tamera Mowery and more excitedly share the news, it's clear they're all just as excited as longtime fans of the show are.
Here’s when each show of these shows will be available to stream on Netflix:
Moesha (Saturday, Aug. 1)
The Game Seasons 1-3 (Saturday, Aug. 15)
Sister, Sister (Tuesday, Sept. 1)
Girlfriends (Friday, Sept. 11)
The Parkers (Thursday, Oct. 1)
Half & Half (Thursday, Oct. 15)
One on One (Thursday, Oct. 15)
Now the only question that remains is...which one are you most excited to binge?