WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – MC Serch has been looking for a television network to pick up his daytime talk show for years, he told the Junkies on 106.7 The Fan on Thursday.
The white rapper from Far Rockaway, New York, now 46, first found fame with the hip-hop trio 3rd Bass, popular in the last half of the 1980’s and early 1990’s, then struck gold again with aptly titled “The (White) Rapper Show,” which first aired on VH1 in 2007.
And, I guess you could say, after a long and exhaustive serch, he’s finally found his way back to the television airwaves with “Serch” – currently airing weekdays in select major markets.
From the very first episode – entitled “Need a Parent, Not a Player” – it is clear Serch has found gold in this heartwarming, family program. The episode follows one family, made up of David, Danielle, Alesha, and their six beautiful children, as they strive to find the appropriate balance between family and personal time.
“I don’t want David to see my son because he’s not stable,” Danielle says. “He bounces back and forth from job to job.”
“I’m 22-years-old, and I have six kids with four different women,” David describes his incredibly understandable reason for wanting to break free from time to time.
“David’s around when he wants to be around. That’s pretty much it,” says Alesha.
You can follow the deep and personal journeys of families like this one on Serch — which airs Monday through Friday at 2 p.m. on The CW in Washington, D.C.
Click here for show listings and other info about the show. Listen to Serch’s brilliant interview with the Junkies below.