Comic superstar Martin Lawrence plays a small-time talk-radio host--as well as a number of outrageous characters who make his life difficult, creating uproarious laughs in this hilarious comedy series.Martin is an American sitcom that aired for five seasons on the Fox network, from August 27, 1992, to May 1, 1997.Reflecting the rising popularity of the Fox network throughout the 1990s, Martin was one of the network's highest-rated shows during the sitcom's run.
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Martin works for the fictional radio station WZUP and later for local Public-access television station Channel 51.
A common theme of the series is Martin's ornery and wayward nature.
Episodes often center on Martin's inconsiderate behaviors and incessant smart mouth towards his friends, neighbors, and whoever else finds themselves in his presence.
When all is said and done, however, Martin loves his family and friends—it just takes dire situations for him to show it.
Pam, whom Whitaker let go two episodes earlier due to this consolidation and downsizing, went on to pursue a career in the music industry as an artists & repertoire (A&R) executive at Keep It Real Records.
(This plotline is the subject of a backdoor pilot episode that was included in the Martin series for a planned sitcom on Fox starring Tichina Arnold to be called Goin' for Mine [Episode 129, "Goin' for Mine"].
This sitcom never materialized, though.) And at series' end, Cole proposed to his even more dimwitted, but attractive and devoted girlfriend Shanise (portrayed by Maura Mc Dade), and they made plans to move into their own place.
As the series progressed, plotlines saw Martin eventually move on to become the host of the talk show "Word on the Street," which aired on the small Detroit Public-access television station Channel 51.
He retained this position until the series' final episode, in which he and Gina prepared to move to Los Angeles, from where his show would be syndicated nationally.
The move coincided fortuitously with Gina's promotion by her boss Mr.
Whitaker to head up his company's new Los Angeles headquarters, after having shut down the Detroit office.