Mr. Box Office (2012– )

TV Series   |  Comedy


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The series centers on movie star Marcus Jackson (Bill Bellamy), who ends up getting sentenced to community service after engaging in an altercation with a paparazzo, forcing Marcus to put ... See full summary »


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  • Bill Bellamy, Jeffrey Garcia, Giovonnie Samuels, Giselle Bonilla, Davi Santos, and Erinn Westbrook in Mr. Box Office (2012)
  • Mr. Box Office with Jon Lovitz
  • Mr. Box office premier
  • Mr. Box Office, René Ashton and Jon Lovitz
  • Mr. Box Office, René Ashton and Jon Lovitz
  • Still of Davi Santos and Bill Bellamy in Mr. Box Office

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Creator:

Byron Allen

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28 September 2013 | graphixauthority
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| I Can't Do It
Mr. Box Office is an American sitcom that debuted in first-run syndication in the United States on September 22, 2012. Created by Byron Allen and produced by Allen's production company Entertainment Studios.

With that said, this show is not funny, not original and not worth the 30 minutes of electricity it takes to sit and watch this train wreck. The more I watched it the more I realized this sitcom is a burial ground for actors from the 80's & 90's. There is no doubt in my mind that someone blew the dust off of the writers and gave them a second chance to jump start their career as well. I have to admit, I kept watching an episode to the end because I was amazed at how every scene was worst then the last. This is a perfect teaching tool for future writers, actors and producers on what not to do when creating a sitcom.

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Release Date:

2012

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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