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Soul Food (2000 - 2004)

Soul Food (2000 - 2004)





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Series Info

Three black sisters struggle to keep their family together in this cable melodrama based on the 1997 hit movie. Episodes dealt with a range of subjects, including racism, jobs, child-rearing, separations, affairs and organized crime. It was a triple winner as Outstanding Drama Series at the NAACP Image Awards.


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2004, Showtime, 14 episodes

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2003, Showtime, 10 episodes

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2002, Showtime, 10 episodes

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2001, Showtime, 20 episodes

Critics Consensus: By capturing the spirit of the original film, Soul Food depicts a multigenerational black family in a genuine, heartwarming light.

2000, Showtime, 20 episodes


Michael Warren
as Baron Marks
Anais Granofsky
as Christine
Jim Brown
as Willie White
John-Patrick Mavric
as Kevin Tucker
Faye Dunaway
as Katherine Burke
Jon B.
as Himself
James Avery
as Judge Walter Carter
Ken Pogue
as Lyle Kinswood
Kent Faulcon
as Michael King
John Leone
as Ricky Williams
Rip Torn
as Peter Redmond
Laz Alonso
as Eric Davis
Allan C. Peterson
as Det. Connor
Debbi Morgan
as Lynette
John-Patrick Mavrik
as Kevin Tucker
Kenneth Welsh
as Dr. Pruit
C. David Johnson
as Doug Parelli
Shawn Lawrence
as J.C. Gilbert
Star Jones
as Shauna
Kiran Friesen
as Waitress
Scott McCord
as Zeke Fabulous
as Alexis
Edga George
as Blaylock
Domenic Cuzzocrea
as AA Group Leader
Lawrence Bayne
as Detective No. 1
Ted Whittall
as Detective No. 2
Clipper Miano
as Riley Lee
Nyla Crawford Noel
as Jeremiah Van Adams
Kelly King
as Waitress
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Series Details

TV Network: Showtime
Premiere Date: Jun 28, 2000
Genre: Drama
Executive Producers: Robert Teitel, George Tillman Jr., Tracey Edmonds
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