In addition to its trio of much-heralded Shonda Rhimes shows on Thursday nights, the network also recently rolled out the 2nd season of two well-received comedies assembled around nonwhite families looking to navigate their way during the dominant culture: “Black ish” and “Fresh Off the Boat.”.

Additionally, “Dr. Ken” airs on Friday, traditionally among the most difficult nights to launch any scripted show, comedy or play.

“I would like to make this a Ken Jeong show, wver it’s,” he says.

The show, which premiered in 1994, lasted one season.

Jeong has been involved in virtually every facet of the show, including molding, editing and especially writing.

Much of his focus is to the show’s scripts and story lines, which he develops with showrunner Mike Sikowitz and the writing staff.

Jeong, who interviewed all the writers for the dozen or so staff jobs, does everything from breaking down individual narratives to last minute line tweaks at the still-evolving show’s live performances recorded before an audience of about 200.