Sister, Sister (TV series)
Sister, Sister is an American television sitcom starring identical twins Tia and Tamera Mowry. It premiered on April 1, 1994, and concluded on May 23, 1999 after six seasons. In January 2018, a revival of Sister, Sister was confirmed and is currently in the works. It is unknown when or if the revival will happen.
About Sister, Sister (TV series) in brief
Sister, Sister is an American television sitcom starring identical twins Tia and Tamera Mowry. It premiered on April 1, 1994, and concluded on May 23, 1999 after six seasons. In January 2018, a revival of Sister, Sister was confirmed and is currently in the works. As of 2019, it is unknown when or if the revival will happen. The series’ original theme song was written and composed by Tim Heintz, and played by Randy Petersen and Kevin Quinn. The predominantly black cast also featured Jackee Harry as Tia’s mother, Tim Reid as Tamera’s father, and Marques Houston as their annoying neighbor Roger. RonReaco Lee and Deon Richmond joined the cast in the fifth season. In the pilot, the twins are reunited during a chance encounter shopping at a clothing store at the mall with their adoptive parents. Tia Landry is the intelligent twin from inner city Detroit, where her adoptive mother Lisa works as a seamstress. Tamera Campbell is the boy-crazy twin from the suburbs, where their adoptive father Ray owns a successful limousine service. The girls’ neighbor is nerdy Roger Evans, an annoying teenager who is infatuated with both of them, and who eventually evolves into a perfect gentleman they both find attractive in the later seasons of the series.
The final season when the girls go off to college, Roger ceases to appear in the series because he was still in high school, though he does return as a guest in the final episode. Many of the episodes up to the end of the third season also featured bloopers playing during the ending of some of the final episodes. The sixth and final season did not include it from the final season but was the only season that did not including it from it. There is no evidence at this time that this was played from season 1-4, as no evidence is revealed that it won’t be trouble for this time. The show later moved to a new timeslot for the 1994–95 season, but ABC announced that it was going to be cancelled due to low ratings and its final episode aired April 28, 1995. The program found its niche as part of The WB’s lineup and aired for four additional seasons on the network, with the last episode airing on May23, 1999. For the first five seasons, the series often had Tia or Tamera, either together or separately, break the fourth wall by talking directly to the viewer. For some episodes in the first season, it was dropped but was restored in season 2, though the short instrumental and vocalizations were dropped in season 3-4.