Marlon season 1
Marlon is a biopic series based on real life events of the actor, screenwriter and producer Marlon Wayans, who will play himself. Comedy TV show tells about interesting facts from the life of Marlon. There is an immature, but kind and caring divorced father of two children in the center of the plot. He tries to raise children with his ex-wife, who is a supporter of cleanliness and order. Marlon will actively participate in the upbringing of his two children, who after the divorce of their parents can not settle down. True, it is still unknown who will train whom… Because Marlon is still as a big child… However, the hero of the family series “Marlon” is ready to grow up in season 1 to convince the guardian council that he is a good father.
Exes Marlon and Ashley try a friendly divorce for their children's sake, but things get tricky when Ashley decides to date again. In other events, Marlon struggles to keep a sponsor for his online channel, “The Marlon Way.”
Ashley is shocked to learn that Marlon has a storage unit crammed full of things from when they were married and challenges him to have a yard sale to part with it all.
Marlon struggles to come to terms with his daughter bringing home a boy for the first time. Yvette uses Stevie to get great seats to a Beyoncé concert.
Marlon and Ashley contemplate whether to have no strings attached 'ex-sex.' Yvette babysits Marley and Zack.
Feeling that Marley and Zack don't appreciate everything they have, Marlon teaches them a lesson by recreating the projects from his childhood.
Marlon is stunned to learn that Ashley is treating herself to breast augmentation surgery for her birthday, her first since their divorce. In other events, Stevie tries to guess Yvette's age.
Marlon and Ashley have very different ways of coping when Zack needs surgery.
Marlon's lack of boundaries leads Ashley to ask for his key to her house back; and Marlon coaches Zack's basketball team.
Marlon believes he can act appropriately to help Ashley get into an exclusive social club that prefers couples; and Yvette is shocked to learn that Stevie fits in perfectly among the bourgeois clientele at the club.