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December 3, 2021
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Bob, a middle-aged compression sock businessman from Detroit, unexpectedly falls for his cardiac nurse while recovering from a heart attack and sets his sights on winning her over. Undaunted by Abishola's lack of initial interest or the vast differences in their backgrounds -- she's originally from Nigeria -- Bob is determined to win Abishola's heart in this comedic examination of immigrant life in America. From award-winning creator, executive producer and writer Chuck Lorre.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Current

Language: English

Release Date: September 23, 2019

Also Known As: Боб кохає Абішолу, Bob ♡ Abishola |  See more »

Parents Guide: Canada (PG), Italy (T) |  See more »


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Company Credits

Production Co: Chuck Lorre Productions, Warner Bros. Television


Tarnue Massaquoi
as Security Officer #2
John Mariano
as Gene
Missi Pyle
as Liz
Joe O'Connell
as Jerry
Wendie Malick
as Jen
Tony Tambi
as Chukwuemeka
Matt L. Jones
Adam Zastrow
as Teenager
Mark Fite
as Waiter
Bobo Chang
as Waiter
Onye Eme-Akwari
as Ade
Noro Otitigbe
as Patience
Vernee Watson-Johnson
Steve Bannos
as Cab Driver
Gina Yashere
as Kemi
Shola Adewusi
as Olu/Auntie Olu
Adolphus Ward
as Mr. Holloway
Alex Ball
as Man
Travis Coles
as Justin
Rodney J. Hobbs
as Waiter
Ramon Hilario
as Man
Omar Adam
as Paramedic #1
Marilu Henner
as Trish
Jack McGee
as Mr. Clark
Charles Chiyangwa
as Seller
Joshua Boyd-Williams
as Odun
Brandin Stennis
as Milo
Vernee Watson
as Gloria/Gloria Tyler
Raymond Ma
as Wati
K Woods
as Terrence
Chris Aquilino
as Kevin
as Pastor/Pastor Balogun
Roman Arabia
as Pablo
Tori Danner
as Morenike
Nicole Sullivan
as Lorraine
Kirstin Eggers
as Principal Herman
Lindsey Grubbs
as Tatiana
Wilberto Tricoche
as Nurse
Shannon Dee
as Destiny
Akira Evans
as Victor
Deysha Nelson
as Dancer #4
Christina Rosas Anastasiou
as Nurse
John Ratzenberger
as Hank
Joel Brooks
as Arnie Goldfischer
Kayden Porter
as Mary
Maribeth Monroe
as Christina
Saidah Arrika Ekulona
as Ebunoluwa
Valeria Chavez
as Woman
Matt Jones
as Douglas
Kimberly Scott
as Ogechi
Shenita Moore
as Woman
Ronnie Alvarez
as Mikey
Darien Sills-Evans
as Stallholder
Folake Olowofoyeku
as Abishola
Bayo Akinfemi
as Goodwin
Charles Nwokolo
as Obafemi
Ed Ackerman
as Man
Emily Berry
as Nurse
Tangie Ambrose
as Mrs. Lester
Minerva García
as Nurse
Anthony Okungbowa
as Kofo
Merrick Hanna
as Dancer #3
Naomi Avery
as Bola
Annie Heller
as Kathy
Ungela Brockman
as Stephanie
Tiffany Yvonne Cox
as Angela
Nicole Santiago
as Jane
Van Epperson
as Mr. Hemmings
Ivar Brogger
as Doctor/Peter
Akintola Jiboyewa
as Dapo
Stella Ademiluyi
as Village Woman #2
Scott Carino
as Maître D'
Jennifer DeFilippo
as Surgical Nurse
Matthew Bridges
as Man on Bus
Erin Matthews
as Operator
Arianna Jazzlyn Torres
as Little Girl
Artyon Celestine
as Dancer #2
Aryn Nelson
as MaxDot Employee
Alyssa Aure
as Dancer #1
Georgina Elizabeth Okon
as Emcee
Grifon Aldren
as Orderly
Edy Ganem
as Olivia
Waleed Mansour
as Waiter
Evan Richards
as Restaurant Patron
Femi Olagoke
as Security Officer #1
Travis Wolfe Jr.
as Dele
Leonard Roberts
as Guy
Lycan Scott
as Self - Medical Consultant
E. Jade Orekoya
as Ewa
Vivian Day
as Cindy
Wali Habib
as Pamir
Beverly Leech
as Paula
Vishesh Chachra
as Dr. Chakraborty/Dr. Sanjiv Chakraborty
Nimi Adokiye
as Villiage Woman #1
Herve Ambwa
as Seller
Billy Gardell
as Bob
Ryan Cartwright
as David
Baadja-Lyne Odums
as Bimpe
Scott Michael Morgan
as Henry
Dayo Ade
as Tayo
Christopher Goodman
as Waiter
Christine Ebersole
as Dottie
Regi Davis
as Doctor
Jim Pratt
as Radio Announcer
Mark Berry
as Richard
Nick Drago
as Dancer
Tacey Adams
as Lady
Susan Ruttan
as Mrs. Clark
Elizabeth Liang
as Woman
Barry Shabaka Henley
as Tunde/Uncle Tunde

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2019 | 20 Episodes

Season 2

2020 | 18 Episodes

Season 3

2021 | 9 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

Primetime Emmy Awards 2020


Primetime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series

Art Directors Guild 2021


Art Directors Guild

Multi-Camera Television Series

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