Good Times

Weeknights at 6p ET | 3p PT

Another hit sitcom from Norman Lear, Good Times is a spin-off of Maude, which was itself a spin-off of All in the Family, making Good Times the first spin-off of a spin-off. The series follows the Evans family and their three children as they live, work, and get by in a public housing project in inner-city Chicago.

Next Airings

Jun 5th 6:30p ET

The Boarder

J.J. is suddenly demoted to part-time at his job so to pick up extra money for the rent, J.J. decides to take in a boarder. However, little does he know the man he takes in, is placed there by the police department for his protection. Soon paranoia takes over the Evans household in fear that a hit man is out to kill the J.J.'s boarder.

Jun 6th 6:00p ET

JJ's Condition

J.J.'s latest relationship with a woman, Barbara, who's currently married but plans on divorcing her husband, results with him coming down with an ulcer. The situation is compounded when J.J. learns that she and her husband still share an apartment.

Jun 6th 6:30p ET

Willona, the Other Woman

Bookman's strange behavior leads his wife, Violet to become convinced that he's seeing another woman. However, appearances can be deceiving especially when Violet catches Willona and Bookman in a compromising situation.

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