An air date has yet to be set, according to Chelsye Burrows, a spokeswoman for Starz. She said taping begins Monday in Atlanta.
His promotional packet says the show will include "man-on-the-street comedy with poignant in-studio interviews and commentary." The music director is Rodney Jerkins, who has worked with Whitney Houston, Madonna and Beyonce.
Starz has 16.1 million paid subscribers and includes several channels. Cameron's show, which has been commissioned for six episodes, will be on the Starz on Black channel. That channel targets African Americans.
Cameron's not a stranger to TV. Before his two years on "Atlanta & Company," Cameron did a brief stint hosting a Turner South comedy show and in the 1990s won a local Emmy for hosting a noon-time TV news magazine on WXIA-TV.