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Are We There Yet?

TV Review: Cliched, Generic TBS Sitcom ‘Are We There Yet?’

CHICAGO – Very loosely based on the Ice Cube movie (and featuring occasional cameos by the Executive Producer himself), TBS’s “Are We There Yet?” feels more like a product of the recently-passed era of generic family sitcoms like “According to Jim” or “My Wife and Kids.”

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