Nicki Minaj‘s appearance on the hit VH1 show ‘Black Ink Crew: Chicago‘ has spelled success for its ratings.
Full report below…
Tyson Beckford‘s feud with Kim Kardashian continues to rage reach new highs (or lows) this week.
Fans of the African-American supermodel were stunned to see Kardashian suggest that he was a closeted homosexual after he criticised her supposedly botched cosmetic surgery.
Weighing in on the matter? Kris Jenner.
As new TV shows go, few can rival the immediate impact of ‘Pose.’
Created by Ryan Murphy and Steven Canals, the FX smash chronicles the ball culture world of 80s New York, with gay and transgender “houses” doing battle in underground competitions.
The period piece resonated powerfully with audiences and has been commissioned for a second season.
And in a new interview, Murphy spills the tea on what viewers can expect.
September 21st can’t come fast enough for fans of actress Sanaa Lathan as the date is set to bring with it the premiere of ‘Nappily Ever After,‘ a film adaptation of the famed Trisha R. Thomas book of the same name.
Also starring Ricky Whittle, Lynn Whitfield, and more, the flick follows Lathan’s character as she goes on a journey of love and self-discovery that sees her find new meaning and new beauty in her ethnic hair (or its absence).
Channeling the emotional rollercoaster of ‘the big chop’ onto the small screen, look inside to see the movie’s first official trailer:
What Destiny’s Child ‘Get on the Bus‘, Mel B & Missy Elliott‘s ‘I Want You Back’ & En Vogue’s ‘No Fool No More’ have in common?
They all appear on the ‘Why Do Fools Fall in Love’ soundtrack!
Released in 1998, the movie starred Larenz Tate, Halle Berry, Little Richard, Vivica A. Fox and Lela Rochon and tells the real tale of the Rock & R&B performer Frankie Lymons and his eye for the ladies.
Ready to revisit the romantic drama?!
‘Married To Medicine’ is back for its 6th firework filled season.
The popular Bravo series chronicles the lives of group of ladies – some of whom work in the medical field and others who are married to those who do.
This instalment, which premieres on Sunday September 2nd, promises to make for gripping viewing.
In a freshly unleashed trailer, Dr. Jackie, Dr. Heavenly, Dr. Simone, Dr. Contessa Metcalfe, Quad, and Mariah Huq are all back and at it – with the latter being reinstated full-time.
Check out the sneak peek below…
For as much mileage as the “Real Housewives” franchise still has, it’s often a struggle for newer branches to successfully bloom.
However, for ‘The Real Housewives Of Potomac’ it’s proving up to the task.
A ratings success, the Bravo show has proven increasingly popular during its third season.
Next Sunday sees the final part of the season 3 reunion special air, with the ladies addressing a number of hyper hot topics.
Per the newly unleashed trailer, the firworks are fly left and right between Karen, Ashley, Gizelle, Robyn, Monique, and newcomer Candiace.
Check out the first look below…
Omari Hardwick of ‘Power’ has taken to ‘The View’ to promote the series and detail his experiences with police and how the brutality he has faced has inspired him to fight against systemic racism.
What he revealed during his time with Whoopi Goldberg and company?
A great deal.
Lyor Cohen is tired of being called a culture vulture and has taken to ‘The Breakfast Club‘ to clear the air, spill the beans on his detractors and settle the score…once and for all.
Where? ‘The Breakfast Club.’
Ready to watch his hour long conversation?
Hit the play button for a number of surprisingly insightful remarks below…