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Angie will be as much of a mom to him as she will the children: Marlon is a big kid himself, giving his young'uns wacky advice and generally behaving like their slightly more responsible guardian while showering them with love.
After each tackling their personal demons in their own series, Daredevil (Charlie Cox), Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage (Mike Colter) and Iron Fist (Finn Jones), will team up in Netflix's latest Marvel superhero series.
The rapper - real name Sean Combs - put on a cosy display with his glamorous mum Janice, who he honored at the special event dedicated to hard-working mothers.
The former model cut a trendy figure in a form-fitting cape dress, which gave onlookers a peek at her youthful appearance.
Proving to be a family affair, Diddy's adopted son Quincy, 26, and daughter Chance (who he shares with Sarah Chapman), 11, also hit the red carpet with their siblings.
Cassie and Diddy have been in a relationship for just over five years, after they publicly confirmed their romance in 2012.
Wayans plays a guy named Marlon, a devoted if immature dad raising two kids with his ex-wife Angie.
She's played by Essence Atkins, who'll have great chemistry with her co-star; the duo starred in goofball parodies together.
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31, 48Diddy said: 'I love children', before jokingly adding, 'I’m trying to get 10.' He continued: 'Whatever is supposed to happen in the future is going to happen, but that’s something that I want...
Produced by Rashida Jones, the series follows five manicurists at the Nail Artisan of Manatee County in South Florida, where manis and pedis are merely a front for the money laundering going on for a nearby pain clinic.
The show does a mostly good job of making the drama interesting and the comedic moments land, though its speed-reading of heavy social movements, including women's lib, and inevitably hokey 70s nostalgia can get grating.
Still, for people who love comedy – and seeing the tears that go into creating it – Famed funnyman Marlon Wayans plays a version of himself in this sitcom about co-parenting.