Redneck Revival! Jeff Foxworthy and Bill Engvall Reruns Return to Television

Redneck Revival! Jeff Foxworthy and Bill Engvall Reruns Return to Television

If you enjoyed The Jeff Foxworthy Show andThe Bill Engvall Show during the mid 90’s, you might be a redneck — a phrase uttered for years by comedian Jeff Foxworthy. Or you just might enjoy some down home country comedy.

Either way, you’re in luck. Beginning Tuesday, Oct. 11 you will be able to re-watch past episodes of both, The Jeff Foxworthy Show and The Bill Engvall Show on getTV— a national TV network that features TV series and movies from all eras.

Every Tuesday night, from 8- 9:30pm ET,  getTV will rerun three back-to-back episodes of the 1995 hit show, starring Jeff Foxworthy as a southern air conditioner repairman out of his element in a small Indiana town. The show also casts a young Haley Joel Osment as Jeff’s son—prior to his breakout role in the Sixth Sense— as well as Jay Mohr, Bill Engvall and a very young Jonathon Lipnicki of Jerry Maguire fame.

BILL ENGVALL SHOW, THEFollowing Jeff’s show, getTV will rerun three back-to-back episodes of The Bill Engvall Show— from 9:30 -11 p.m. ETstarring Bill Engvall as a family counselor who is rarely able to understand his own family.  Be sure and catch a 17-year-old Jennifer Lawrence —pre Hunger Games movies and multiple Oscar awards—in the role of Bill’s teenage daughter, Lauren.

“With this new block, getTV is proud to bring back two of America’s best-loved funnymen to television, as we deliver the ultimate blue collar comedy binge-watching experience to our viewers,” said Jeff Meier, SVP of Programming, getTV. “Not only is it a great chance for our audience to reconnect with two sitcoms that they may have missed during their original runs, but it also offers a rare opportunity to see two of Young Hollywood’s most acclaimed actors years before they burst onto the scene in the trademark roles that would ultimately solidify them as stars.”

Here’s your sign!

Photos courtesy of getTV

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