Netflix has dug into the library of former network UPN, and has acquired the rights to seven popular Black sitcoms, which will begin streaming this weekend.
The streaming giant now has authority over Moesha, Sister, Sister, The Game, Girlfriends, The Parkers, Half & Half and One on One.
Moesha, which starred Brandy Norwood and ran for six seasons on UPN, will debut on Netflix Saturday.
The first three seasons of The Game, which ran for nine years in total, will debut on August 15.
Popular '90s sitcom, Sister, Sister, which has six seasons will debut on Netflix starting September 1, while Girlfriends, which stars Tracee Ellis-Ross, and ran for 9 seasons will premiere September 11.
The Parkers, Half & Half and One on One will debut in October.