No surprise: 30 minutes of ancient YouTube clips, late night urban commercials and assorted unfunny filler. That the show tries to paint itself as satire towards societal change is more offensive than any of the stereotypes on said show.
The premiere episode included footage with references to its original name "Hot Ghetto Mess". I assume host Charlie Murphy didn't have time to re-film his scenes, since it's a two-day Greyhound ride from whatever bridge he's currently living under. And, whatever charisma he once flashed on "The Chappelle Show" was nowhere to be found.
"We Got To Do Better"? Hell, it's BET.
They had the name right the first time.