The world has changed for all of us since CBS' The Neighborhood debuted in 2018. Not that the problems and obstacles encountered by the family at the center of this contemporary comedy are anything new. Quite the contrary: They've been around longer than any of us like to admit. What's different in 2020 is that there is no longer any excuse for anyone to be unaware of them. Or to not care. That's the message at the heart of tonight's season three premiere of the show. In the episode, which is perhaps the series' most dramatic and emotional to date, the Butler family is reeling after their oldest son Malcolm (Sheaun McKinney) disappears during a protest and they don't know what has happened to him.
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