Barbershop


Barbershop Brief Information

Barbershop: The Series is an American sitcom which made its debut on the Showtime cable network in August 2005. It is based upon the Mark Brown-created characters from the popular films Barbershop (2002) and Barbershop 2: Back in Business (2004), and was developed for television by screenwriter John Ridley. It starred Omar Gooding as Calvin Palmer, Jr., the proprietor of an African-American barbershop on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois.

The series was produced by Barbershop and Barbershop 2 producers George Tillman, Jr. and Robert Teitel, along with original Barbershop star Ice Cube. It lasted for only one season, and ten episodes were aired (seven of which were written by Ridley).

Barbershop News

• Ice Cube honored with star on Hollywood Walk of Fame
• Report: Cedric the Entertainer eyeing broadcast television return
• Sean Patrick Thomas and Aonika Laurent wed in New Orleans
• Filmmaker files 'Barbershop' film lawsuit against Ice Cube and MGM

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