The Parkers, Half & Half, One on One and the first three seasons of The Game will also join the streaming service as part of its Strong Black Lead brand. “The goal of Strong Black Lead is to celebrate and lift up Black Hollywood," said Netflix’s Bradley Edwards and Jasmyn Lawson, who add that the seven shows have been at the top of subscribers' wishlist for some time. "These trailblazing shows are a huge part of that story. From the classic clown funeral episode of The Parkers to Moesha’s mind-tripping meet-up with Brandy, we’re thrilled that our members can now enjoy these amazing classics. We admit it, we grew up watching a lot of TV. And some of the beloved Black sitcoms of the ‘90s and early aughts had a huge impact on us. These shows made us laugh, and cry, and sing along with those catchy theme songs. And mostly importantly, we felt like we saw ourselves on screen – in some cases for the very first time. Every week we were able to tune in to see people, families and friends that looked like us and characters whose everyday ups and downs reflected Black life in an authentic way." Few of the seven shows have been available to stream before. Moesha debuts on Netflix on Aug. 1, followed by The Game on Aug. 15, Sister, Sister on Sept. 1, Girlfriends on Sept. 11, The Parkers on Oct. 1 and Half & Half and One on One on Oct. 15. Watch Netflix's "Strong Black Classics" announcement featuring former cast members from all seven shows.