Bounce is turning up the heat on Sunday nights this spring and summer.
In anticipation of the all-new, season four of Saints & Sinners premiering Sunday,
July 7, Bounce — the only emerging broadcast – or “multicast” – television network producing original scripted content – will air the first three seasons of the hit original drama series on Sunday nights with two back-to-back episodes at 9:00 p.m. and 10:00 pm (ET) weekly beginning Sunday, April 14.
Consumers can also catch up on Saints & Sinners anytime on Brown Sugar, Bounce’s subscription-video-on-demand service. Brown Sugar features an extensive library of iconic black movies and hit Bounce Originals, all un-edited and commercial-free and is accessible on Amazon Channels, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Kindle, Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, Comcast Xfinity X1, Android and Apple smartphones and tablets and web browsers via BrownSugar.com.
Saints & Sinners centers around the pursuit of power, intertwined with greed, deception, corruption, compromising sexual affairs and murder – all set against the backdrop of a large southern church. Cliffhangers and twists abound in the series, which is set in Cypress, Georgia, a sleepy southern town outside Atlanta. The series stars Vanessa Bell Calloway, Clifton Powell, Demetria McKinney, J.D. Williams, Keith Robinson, Jasmine Burke, Tray Chaney, Afemo Omilami and Donna Biscoe. The series is produced in partnership with Swirl Film’s Eric Tomosunas (Behind the Movement: The Rosa Parks Story, Love Under New Management: The Miki Howard Story, 35 and Ticking, Pride & Prejudice.) For more information, visit BounceTV.com.
Bounce has grown to be available in more than 109 million homes across the United States and 97% of all African-American (AA) television homes, including all the top AA television markets.
Bounce airs on the broadcast signals of local television stations and corresponding cable and satellite carriage and features a programming mix of original and off-network series, theatrical motion pictures, specials, live sports, and more. Bounce has grown to be available in more than 109 million homes across the United States and 97% of all African-American (AA) television homes, including all the top AA television markets.