CBS comedy Bob Hearts Abishola tonight airs Monday (September 4, 2023) with a repeat installment
We are glad to bring you another preview for Bob Hearts Abishola tonight. The team over at CBS will be airing another episode of “Bob Hearts Abishola” on Monday September 4 2023 at 8:30 PM EST. This is however, not a new epsidoe but rather a repeat of a previously broadcasted installment. Check out the preview below! If you would like to watch previous episodes, you can do so on Paramount+. and CBS.com. Is Bob Hearts Abishola new tonight? NO, listed as season 4 episode 20
Bob Hearts Abishola Tonight “The Genius Who Fell Out of My Womb”
Here is the description for the September 3 episode. Bob is thrilled to share a day at his alma mater with Abishola and Dele, but his university doesn’t meet Abishola’s Ivy League standards.
The series revolves around the unlikely love story between Bob Wheeler (played by Billy Gardell) and Abishola Adeniyi (played by Folake Olowofoyeku). Bob is a middle-aged sock manufacturer from Detroit who suffers a heart attack and ends up as a patient in a Los Angeles hospital. It’s here that he meets Abishola, a hardworking and no-nonsense Nigerian nurse who takes care of him during his recovery.
Bob is immediately smitten with Abishola, but she initially has little interest in him. She is focused on her career, her family, and the responsibilities that come with being an immigrant trying to make a better life for herself and her young son, Dele (played by Travis Wolfe Jr.). Abishola’s reserved and practical nature contrasts sharply with Bob’s more outgoing and impulsive personality.
Over the course of the series, Bob becomes determined to win Abishola’s heart, and he takes steps to learn more about her culture, particularly the Yoruba language and Nigerian customs. As their worlds collide and they navigate cultural differences and family expectations, Bob and Abishola’s relationship gradually deepens.
“Bob Hearts Abishola” Stars Billy Gardell (Bob), Folake Olowofoyeku (Abishola), Christine Ebersole (Dottie), Matt L. Jones (Douglas), Maribeth Monroe (Christina), Vernee Watson (Gloria), Shola Adewusi (Auntie Olu), Barry Shabaka Henley (Uncle Tundle), Travis Wolfe Jr. (Dele), Gina Yashere (Kemi), Bayo Akinfemi (Goodwin), Anthony Okungbowa (Kofo).
The series was created by Chuck Lorre, Eddie Gorodetsky, Al Higgins, and Gina Yashere