Bounce TV debuts
third season of its stand-up comedy series 'Off The Chain' tonight
10, 2014) Bounce TV will premiere the third season of its popular comedy
series, "Off The Chain", this Wednesday, November 12 at 10:00 p.m. ET.
The show, which features established and up-and-coming African American
stand-up comedians, turns over the microphone to one comic in an
expanded hour-long format. Actress/comedienne Kim Coles (pictured) will
be the first headliner for the season debut of "Off The Chain."
"Off The Chain: Kim Coles" represents the comedienne's first-ever
one-woman special, achieving a career milestone that she is excited to
celebrate. "I always wanted to do a comedy special and it feels
wonderful that this amazing dream come-true opportunity has come as I
enter my 30th anniversary as a standup comedian," says Coles.
In addition to "Living Single," Coles has starred on other hit
television shows including "In Living Color," "Frasier," "One on One"
and the uproarious comedy series "10 Items Or Less" as the villainous
Mercy P. Jones. She was the co-host of the nationally syndicated daytime
talk show, "In the Loop" with IVillage and has been a guest co-host for
various shows, including "The View."
Other top comedians to be featured this season on "Off The Chain"
include Michael Colyar (premiering Dec. 10), Rodney Perry, Cocoa Brown,
Nore Davis, Jordan Carlos, Rudy Rush and Roy Jackson.
Bounce TV targets African American adults with a programming mix of
original series, theatrical motion pictures, documentaries, specials,
game shows and inspirational faith-based programs. Bounce TV is
currently seen in 90 markets, including all of the top African American
television markets, 90% of African American television homes and 73% of
the total television homes in the United States.
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