Watch the Music Video for Mariah Carey's 'Mixed-ish' Theme Song (Video)

“Black-ish” spinoff debuts Tuesday, Sept. 24 on ABC

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ABC released the music video for Mariah Carey’s “Mixed-ish” theme song, “In the Mix,” on Tuesday.

The video, which sees clips of the show intercut with footage of the cast dancing to the song, comes a week ahead of the series premiere on Tuesday, Sept. 24.

A spinoff of the Kenya Barris comedy “Black-ish,” “Mixed-ish” is a prequel centered on Tracee Ellis Ross’ charater Rainbow Johnson as she recounts her experience growing up in a mixed-race family in the ’80s.

“As a biracial woman in the entertainment industry, there was no way I did not want to be a part of ‘mixed-ish,’ especially after seeing the pilot, which I loved,” Carey said in a statement when news of her involvement was first announced. “I could not be more honored and proud to be writing and performing ‘In the Mix’ for Kenya and the show.”‘

Ross narrates the series and serves as an executive produce alongside Barris, showrunner Karen Gist and pilot co-writer Peter Saji. Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Tika Sumpter, Christina Anthony, Arica Himmel, Ethan William Childress, Mykal-Michelle Harris and Gary Cole star.

11 Lowest-Rated Broadcast TV Shows of the 2018-19 Season That Have Been Renewed – So Far (Photos)

  • Fun fact for TV shows on the bubble: You don’t have to have stellar ratings to get renewed. Yes, Nielsen numbers are a big part of the decision-making process when the broadcast networks choose which series to get rid of and which to keep, but they aren’t everything. Each year, plenty of shows which fair modestly in the key demo squeak by. Scroll through the TheWrap’s gallery to see the 11 lowest-rated TV shows of the 2018-19 season that have been renewed by Fox, ABC, CBS, and NBC — so far. All ratings in this story come from Nielsen’s “most current” data, which includes a week’s worth of delayed viewing where available. Lowest-rated is first, highest-rated last. And, yes, there are ties. Readers can see the complete list of all the broadcast TV shows that have been renewed, canceled and ordered here.

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  • Series: “Fresh Off the Boat”  Net: ABC  18-49 rating: 0.9  

     

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  • Series: “Bless This Mess”  Net: ABC  18-49 rating: 0.9  

     

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  • Series: “Blindspot”  Net: NBC  18-49 rating: 0.9  

     

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  • Series: “Madam Secretary”  Net: CBS 18-49 rating: 0.9

     

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  • Series: “Bob’s Burgers”  Net: Fox  18-49 rating: 1.0 

     

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  • Series: “MacGyver”  Net: CBS  18-49 rating: 1.0    

     

    CBS

  • Series: “Good Girls”  Net: NBC  18-49 rating: 1.0   

     

    NBC

  • Series: “Single Parents”  Net: ABC  18-49 rating: 1.1   

     

    ABC

  • Series: “Man With a Plan”  Net: CBS  18-49 rating: 1.1  

     

    CBS

  • Series: “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”  Net: NBC  18-49 rating: 1.1 

     

    NBC

  • Series: “The Blacklist”  Net: NBC  18-49 rating: 1.1  

     

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Here are the series with not-so-stellar Nielsen numbers that were picked up again by Fox, CBS, ABC and NBC

Fun fact for TV shows on the bubble: You don’t have to have stellar ratings to get renewed. Yes, Nielsen numbers are a big part of the decision-making process when the broadcast networks choose which series to get rid of and which to keep, but they aren’t everything. Each year, plenty of shows which fair modestly in the key demo squeak by. Scroll through the TheWrap’s gallery to see the 11 lowest-rated TV shows of the 2018-19 season that have been renewed by Fox, ABC, CBS, and NBC — so far. All ratings in this story come from Nielsen’s “most current” data, which includes a week’s worth of delayed viewing where available. Lowest-rated is first, highest-rated last. And, yes, there are ties. Readers can see the complete list of all the broadcast TV shows that have been renewed, canceled and ordered here.

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