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Single Ladies
Centric,

2011

| Comedy, Drama, Family, Talent | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.7/5

Queen Latifah is partnering with VH1 to create a dramedy that looks at what three women; Val, Keisha and April, who each have different ideas on relationships, love and sex.


From The Bottom Up

From The Bottom Up is a six-episode docu-series following the journey of five women striving to change their lives, rebuild their families and live their dreams after falling from grace.


Being (2014)

Narrated by hip hop icon, Big Daddy Kane, the series features exclusive interviews and the artist telling viewers what it is like BEING them at different points in their career and life. Through candid dialogue, archival footage and photos spanning these legends' careers, the audience will see these artists in a new light. Interviews from family, associates and friends will make fans laugh and cry as they gain access to never- before-documented moments in the lives of some of their favorite celebrities. We capture their world beyond the stage and the studio, digging deeper to showcase the triumphs, hopes, fears and what's next for them. Journey beyond the velvet rope and take an unfiltered glimpse into the lives of the world's most well-known in music, TV, film and politics as they share their stories...flaws and all.


Beauty and the Baller
Centric,

2017

| Comedy, Documentary
Rating: 4/5

Based on the web comedy series "Who...", "Beauty and the Baller" is a single-camera TV comedy series about a pro athlete, his hot wife and what their life is like off of the court.


Keeping Up with the Joneses
Centric,

2010

| Reality

Media maven Tracey Ferguson is taking it to the next level. Centric is capturing the non-stop drama of the high society world of the beautiful and sassy Editor-in-Chief of Jones magazine in Keeping Up with the Joneses. Viewers will be privy to the life of Tracey Ferguson, as she juggles the rigorous demands of taking her successful magazine to the national level and navigating through the complexities of Houston's high society while trying to meet the needs of her family. Founded and run by Ferguson, Jones magazine is considered the "It" guide for Houston high society and an upscale magazine catering to African American women. The "Go To" fashion magazine details the very best in fashion, hair, make-up, and parties. With big things blooming at Jones, ever the perfectionist, Tracey's got high hopes for the future and wants it all both at home and at work.


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