Posted by | Cyrena Rose The entire cast of Real Husbands of Hollywood reunited in the middle of filming season two to discuss the fun, the
Posted by | Cyrena Rose It’s unfortunate, but ShadowAndAct is reporting that BET has officially cancelled Don’t Sleep! with T.J. Holmes. From the show’s debut,
Posted by | Ray Cornelius Last year, RC reported that the “Empress of Soul” Gladys Knight was starring in a new television project entitled The
Posted by | Ray Cornelius HipHollywood is reporting that award-winning comedian Chris Rock is replacing singer Robin Thicke on BET’s The Real Husbands of Hollywood.
(L-R) President of original programming BET Networks Loretha Jones, Jay Ellis, chairman/CEO of BET Networks Debra Lee, Kim Lewis, Barry Floyd, Wendy Raquel Robinson and
Posted by | Ray Cornelius Courtesy of Indie Wire Well, the press release says “nearly 4 million” people, although it doesn’t give the exact figure.
Posted by | Ray Cornelius Kevin Hart’s faux reality series the “Real Husbands of Hollywood” has been renewed for another season. The popular BET comedy,
Posted by | Ray Cornelius Last month, we reported that BET was gearing up to recognize R&B diva Chaka Khan and Oscar winning-actress Halle Berry
Posted by | Ray Cornelius Multi-talented entertainer Queen Latifah is gearing up to tackled the world of talk…again! The Steel Magnolias star is looking to
SWV – Sisters With Voices Posted by | Ray Cornelius All eyes were on the Loews Paradise Theater this past Saturday night for the taping
Posted by | Ray Cornelius Tracee Ellis Ross and Regina King are teaming up again to host this year’s telecast of Black Girls Rock. The
Posted by | Cyrena Rose He’s back…. The self-proclaimed ‘king of R&B’ is getting another reality series, this time on BET. The network is currently
Posted by | Ray Cornelius Former CNN anchor and correspondent TJ Holmes is eager to get started with his new gig on BET. Holmes will
Posted by | Cyrena Rose Deadline reports BET has greenlighted an untitled Diggy Simmons Project, a two-hour backdoor comedy pilot/original movie starring 17-year-old rapper/blogger Daniel Dwayne