Some of the shows featured on Bounce TV as of 2015 include "The Bernie Mac Show," "The Hughleys" and "A Different World." Other shows on the network include "The American Bible Challenge," "The Newlywed Game" and "Forgive or Forget."
Bounce TV was founded on April 4, 2011 and primarily targets African-American audiences. The network acquired the rights to sitcoms with primarily black casts, including "The Bernie Mac Show" and "The Hughleys," as well as "A Different World," a spin-off from "The Cosby Show." The network previously aired "Cosby," a different show created by Bill Cosby, but pulled the show from rotation after he acknowledged that the sexual assault allegations against him were true. Other shows previously aired by the network include "My Crazy Roommate" and "Soul Train."
In addition to sitcoms, Bounce TV features a variety of talk shows and game shows. The channel's talk shows include "Judge Faith" and "Forgive or Forget," the former a courtroom show hosted by Judge Faith Jenkins, and the latter a traditional talk show. Game shows featured on Bounce TV include "The American Bible Challenge," "Catch 21" and "The Newlywed Game." The channel also features original programming, including "In the Cut," "Off the Chain," "Mann & Wife" and "Family Time."