Love, ain’t it grand?
Boris Kodjoe and wife Nicole Ari Parker has been a fan-favorite couple for years since they met on the set of “Soul Food.” And yep, we didn’t forget that love scene not one bit.
No less, the couple reminds us “forever ever and ever ever” with the likes of Will Smith, Jada Pinkett, Jay Z and Beyonce.
We last saw Kodjoe in the Billie Woodruff directed film “Addicted” that was released last year in 2014. Parker has been seen serving up a platter of Jesus and more on Centric’s “Single Ladies” which by the way – and this is so off topic – but does anybody wish Denise Vasi would come back to the show? Courtesy was given to the first episode, but after that it was a wrap.
Sorry, let’s proceed…
On July 6th, Kodjoe and Parker will star in “The Boris and Nicole Show” that will debut on FOX. Stephen Brown, who’s the EVP of Programming and Development for FOX, stated that the show will only air on select stations – not all. This will include LA and New York.
The show will serve as a lifestyle talk show covering current events revolving relationships and parenting. It will also host celebrity guests for added commentary and perspectives.
The couple will not only take on the title role of the show, but they’ll be adding an executive producer cred under Kirschbaum Productions. Not bad at all!
When asked how Kodjoe felt about working alongside his wife, he said:
“We met and fell in love on screen so any time we get to work together we know it will be a lot of fun.”
Parker had her own claims about doing the show:
“There are so many things that we are passionate about so we are thrilled that we will now have a platform to share these issues with an audience.”
Now according to TheYBF, the show will only be a test run for daytime television which means if it ain’t appealing to viewers, you’ll be saying “bye-bye” quicker than Kris Jenner’s show that…see? We don’t even remember.
Parker and Kodjoe exemplify positive while in the public eye so hopefully, it’ll be a refreshing take for viewers.
Fans can catch Kodjoe on BET’s “The Real Husbands of Hollywood” while Parker takes on the savior role on “Single Ladies” on Centric.