20 October 2011
Based on the 1997 same name film, the show focused on the constant struggles and trials of a Black family in Chicago after the matriarch of the family passed away.
In its early stages of development, Fox is looking to bring new life to the series and bring in a new generation of television watchers. The move is in step with a growing trend in the TV industry. Slowly but surely, more mainstream networks that were reluctant in the past are now making way for more Black-centered shows.
As far as the new “Soul Food” is concerned, the cast, plot, and debut date all remain a mystery.
-- black mediascoop
I, for one, and glad. I can't wait to see it. I just pray that Tyler Perry's hands are no where near the writing of the scripts.