Tisha Campbell Reveals Where Her Martin Character Will Live Today Exclusive

Tisha Campbell hasn’t asked for a Martin reboot for now, but she has some ideas for where Gina would be today. ET spoke to the actress Tuesday night at the premiere of her new Netflix series Uncoupled. where he shares his theory on the whereabouts of his beloved character.

The actress, who split from her husband of 24 years Duane Martin in 2020

Oh, we’ll probably still be together, married, and have grandchildren, I guess. Campbell said where she thinks Gina and Martin Lawrence’s titular character of Martin will be 25 years later. When asked about the show’s second season, Campbell says she looks “excited” to see where Uncoupled can go. As for her own dating life, the Uncapped actress, who recently split from her husband of 24 years, Duane Martin, in 2020, Campbell said she’s still getting used to the scene.

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New York City as a New Single Gay Man

Uncapped stars Neil Patrick Harris as Michael, whose life changes after her husband of 17 years abruptly leaves. And he is forced to navigate New York City as a newly single gay man in his mid-forties. Campbell, who stars as Michael’s business partner, Susan. Commented on her role and the importance of representing all types of people and all types of relationships on television.

Campbell said, “It was amazing

Campbell said, “It was amazing, it was amazing and relatable. Because, we humans all go through human experiences, and I understood it because I’ve also been untouched by a long-term relationship, so representation matters. Darren The star-turned-project that puts queer characters at the fore. See how Campbell, and the rest of the star-studded cast handle dating, uncoupling, and more when Untold hits Netflix July 29. Every time you watch it So there’s one rock hanger, but in the end, there’s a lot of rock hangers.”

Campbell said when asked about dating in 2022?

“Oh my god, what do you mean? It’s my life, like there was no real social media until I was single before I got married. And there’s a whole social scene, there’s a whole algorithm that you have to follow. This The new dating is,” Campbell said when asked about dating in 2022. “I see people slipping into my DMs and seeing pictures I really don’t want to see, you understand what I’m saying. Like, ‘Um, no thank you,’ but my millennial friend They’re like, ‘Honey, dating is a necessity these days.’ So, it’s just a completely different navigation that I’m still learning about.

It’s very important to see Neil Patrick Harris on top

She continued, “I remember myself as a little girl. And don’t see anyone who looks like me on television, and I remember being like me on television at one point in my career. Was the only person to show up. And so, it’s so important to see Neil Patrick Harris on top. And all these handsome gay men actually play gay men, you know what I mean? He teased. “So , you’ll see we’re going through a lot. And it’s very rich, so I’m just excited about where we can go in the second season.

Campbell hopes the show has an impact

Campbell hopes the show has the impact that queer-led dramas like Pose have had on their audiences and culture. It’s just an important point, and I hope to have at least the impact we have. At least so much of the impact on that pose was where you bring humanity to the forefront of this story,” Campbell said. “And even though it’s still a story of heartbreak, it’s still relatable about a universal theme. There’s story, but it’s also funny. It’s great, because they actually peeled an onion off it, like, everyone’s story, there are too many rock hangers.

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