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‘Mathis Family Matters’ on E!: cast, date, plot and the latest reality show trends

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The show follows judge Greg Mathis Sr. and his wife Linda as two of their adult children, Jade, 37, and Greg Jr., 33, return to Los Angeles

As one of the top American channels in the game, E! has never disappointed viewers by regaling them with pop culture news, scoops, reality shows and celebrity-focused movies. This time it’s back again with another documentary series called Mathis Family Matters.

Judge Greg Mathis Sr.’s brand new reality TV series is coming to E! on Sunday June 19th and after meeting the many personalities of his family you won’t mind tuning in. Legendary and Honorable Judge Greg Mathis Sr. and his family are ready to share their lives with viewers.

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When will Mathis Family Matters be released and where can you watch it?

Judge Greg Mathis Sr.’s brand new reality TV series is coming to E! on Sunday 19 June. ‘Mathis Family Matters’ premieres back-to-back episodes on Sunday, June 19 at 9:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. ET/PT on E!.

The show is about the life of judge Greg Mathis Sr. The show follows the honorable judge and his wife Linda Mathis as two of their adult children, Jade, 37, and Greg Jr, 33, move back to Los Angeles to find their way . Plus, her children Camara, 34, and Amir, 31, who already call Hollywood home, are ready to share their own journeys, careers, relationships and more. Judge Mathis is not new to the camera. He is the longest-running African American male host on television. Mathis Family Matters offers fans a rare glimpse into his life outside of the courtroom.

The original synopsis reads: “This docu-series presents Greg and Linda Mathis as the parents of their four adult children and multiple grandchildren. With two kids living two blocks away and two others living across the country, they always find a way to be together and end up on their favorite judge’s doorstep.”

The cast of the series includes judges Greg Mathis Sr., Linda Mathis, Amir Mathis, Camara Mathis Webb, Greg Mathis Jr. and Jade Mathis.

Judge Greg Mathis Sr

Judge Greg Mathis is a national figure known for his advocacy campaigns for urban youth and equal justice. He is also the longest-running African American male host on television. His inspirational life story of a street youth who rose from prison to become a judge has given hope to millions who watch him on the Emmy Award-winning television court show Judge Mathis.

Who’s playing on the E! Series?

“Richter Mathis” has received numerous awards and city keys from government officials and holds honorary doctorates from Florida A&M University and Eastern Michigan University. In May 2022, Judge Mathis was honored with a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame, an honor bestowed on entertainment industry luminaries. He is also executive producer of the BET+ series American Gangster: Trap Queens.

Judge Mathis has always been vocal about issues around the world. In a recent interview with Page Six, he shared his thoughts on how Will Smith beat Chris Rock at the 2022 Oscars. From a legal point of view, Mathis explained: “I think every time you commit an assault, you commit a crime. And committing an attack, no matter how embarrassing or humiliating, doesn’t legitimize an attack.” He added that he could relate to Smith’s anger at Rock, 57, and poked fun at the wife of the 53-year-old “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air graduate Jada Pinkett Smith.

He also shared, “If someone hits me, I can’t walk around Detroit. I have to do something.” Of Hollywood guys, he explained, “Before they hit, these guys make a joke…but for me, when they hit me, it’s another level. I would check him out in some form or way.”

The series is executive produced by Lisa Shannon, Dan Peirson, Charles Davis, Bridgette Theriault, Greg Mathis, Amir Mathis and Simone Spira.

You can check out the show’s trailer below.

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