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Born Again Virgin
TV One,

2015

| Comedy

Jenna (Danielle Nicolet), a 34 year-old up-and-coming blogger, decides to become celibate when she finds her body count is starting to trump her age. Using her blog as encouragement for her newly adapted sex diet and also as a sounding board for her girlfriends' often amusing "sexcapades," Jenna is determined to make the blog a success and transform her friends in the process.


#Murder

The internet can be a great way to stay connected to those you love, but a single post can turn into the source of jealousy that incites a person to do the unthinkable. #Murder explores stories of social media gone horribly wrong. Just like Fatal Attraction, Justice By Any Means and For My Man, this new show dives deep into the true crime stories that take root online and spill tragically into real life.


The Manns
TV One,

2017

| Reality

The show will reveal the often hilarious and sometimes controversial interactions between David and Tamela, their four grown children, eight grandchildren and a slew of friends, extended family and other characters that enrich the lives of the entertainment power couple. With recording careers, touring, filming and managing an outrageous family, The Manns often find themselves negotiating from the conference table to the kitchen table while showing viewers the day-to-day challenges, successes and joy that happen behind the scenes with this beloved couple who has been married for 29 years.


The Next :15
TV One,

2016

| Reality

The show follows the lives of 6 reality stars long after their television debuts have come and gone. Claudia Jordan of Real Housewives Of Atlanta fame is exploring new opportunities in the media world. Jennifer Williams is leveraging her stint on Basketball Wives into a co-hosting position for an online talk show. The Real World: Philadelphia's first out, gay cast member Karamo Brown is cultivating his career in broadcasting. Basketball Wives' Laura Govan is exploring her creative side by authoring children's books. Love and Hip-Hop: Atlanta's Benzino is balancing fatherhood and helming the ship of "Hip Hop Weekly", and Flavor of Love's Tiffany "New York" Pollard is spreading her sass and charm in the acting world. They decide to embark on a group project that will give each of them the opportunity to shine in their area of expertise, but all of these big personalities in one room are sure to cause conflict. Will they rise to the occasion and get things done? Or will they succumb to reality stereotypes and quickly see their 15 minutes of fame fade out?


Two Sides
TV One,

2018

| Documentary
Rating: 5/5

Two Sides is a landmark limited four-part docu-series exploring watershed moments for law enforcement and the Black community at the crossroads between life and death. Executive produced by Academy Award(R) winner Viola Davis, Julius Tennon and Lemuel Plummer with narration by Davis, each one-hour episode of Two Sides offers an in-depth, comprehensive look into disturbing cases of officer-involved deaths. Focusing on four headline-grabbing fatal police encounters during 2014 - 2015, the series analyzes and presents multiple points of view of the highly charged cases involving Eric Garner (New York), Ezell Ford (California), John Crawford (Ohio), and Sandra Bland (Texas). Their tragic deaths sparked grassroots social justice movements such as Black Lives Matter, inspired protests by high profile personalities, and immortalized their names as tragic figures in the polarizing debate on police brutality and race.


We're the Campbells
TV One,

2018

| Reality

Gospel music power couple Warryn and Erica Campbell strive to achieve balance while raising their children, nurturing a healthy marriage, building their empires, growing their ministry, and maintaining their faith.


The Rickey Smiley Show
TV One,

2012

| Comedy

Rickey Smiley plays a radio show host who is trying to raise four adopted children.


Love Addiction

The show focuses on saving troubled men and women from their toxic relationships - through an intervention by the people who care most about them. Under the guidance of relationship experts, parents, grandparents, brothers, sisters, children and friends come together to help love addicts re-discover themselves and their lives in this powerful, transformational intervention series. Men and women no matter how smart, beautiful or worldly, can find themselves in relationships that are demoralizing and soul shattering. For some women, it's married men. For others, it's players, control freaks or countless variations of emotional abusers. Men can be addicted to bad love, too, including those who date ice princesses and gold diggers. In each of these cases, friends and family can be cut off if they say something critical; or be forced to watch silently while someone they love goes through hell.


Justice by Any Means

The most gripping hour of TV is here. "Justice by Any Means" plunges viewers into amazing true stories of brave African-American men and women who suffered unimaginable loss and then went toe-to-toe with the bad guys. Hosted by Faith Jenkins ("Judge Faith"), the show delves not only into real crimes but the lives of those that fought to bring the crimes to light.They are people like Atlanta native Sharon Williams, a struggling single-mom who took on local drug dealers, the Atlanta PD, a would-be serial killer, and her own community to put her daughter's killer behind bars; Marcelle McGee, a newlywed who stopped at nothing to track down the man who raped and nearly murdered her neighbor; then there's JoAnn and Emory McClinton, a quiet, God-fearing couple who spent more than two decades - and exhausted their life-savings - traveling the globe, setting up sting operations, and ultimately hunting down the man who murdered their daughter Lita.


Verses and Flow
TV One,

2011

| Variety
Rating: 1/5

This fabulous show features dynamic singers and spoken word artists. Among those, Angie Stone, Kem, Ledsi, Tyrese, Estelle, Marsha Amborsius, and poets like Thea Monyee!


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