Check out Whoopi Goldberg, who covers Variety’s pre-Oscars issue.

‘The View’ host was lensed by The Tyler Twins for the shoot. The glamorous spread sees her display her electric style in a variety of outfits.

In the issue, the legendary actress talks her historic Oscar win, her upcoming superhero movie, and more.

Peep pics and quotes from the issue below…


Lifetime delivered a ratings double knockout thanks to TD Jakes Enterprises, which acted as the producer for two movies for the women’s network:  ‘Lust’ (starring Keri Hilson) and ‘Envy’ (starring Serayah).

Both productions served as film adaptations of Victoria Christopher Murray books of the same names and launched back-to-back weekend premieres as part of the channel’s ‘Seven Deadly Sins Story’ franchise.

First boasting a ratings win with the critically acclaimed ‘Lust’ (April 10), ‘Envy’ – which also starred GRAMMY winning singer-songwriter Kandi Burruss, Da Brat, DC Young Fly, Donovan Christie Jr., Gregory Alan Williams, Clifton Powell and ‘The Game’ star Hosea Chanchez – followed with even higher viewership!

See the numbers inside:


Mark those calendars, because ‘Pose’ is back for its last dance on May 2.

The Emmy Award-winning FX series – which chronicles the LGBTQ ballroom scene of the 80s and 90s – will be waving goodbye with an abbreviated third season that promising to make for appointment TV.

Following the unleashing of its dramatic trailer, which gave the masses a look at the concluding chapter of the much-loved show, characters Blanca, Electra Abundance, PrayTell, and Angel dazzle in a new performance promotion.

Sashay Chante-ing to Aretha Franklin’s 1994 smash ‘A Deeper Love,’ Mj Rodriguez, Dominique Jackson, Billy Porter, and Indya Moore werk it in earnest.

Watch after the jump


‘The Upshaws’ are heading to Netflix!
Mike Epps leads the streamer’s newest sitcom – which also stars Kim Fields and Wanda Sykes. 
The comic stars as Bennie Upshaw, whose layered life forms the basis of the show.
He’s a charming mechanic with a dynamic family he strives to provide for.  Their unit is comprised of wife Regina (Fields), their two young daughters (Khali Daniya-Renee Spraggins, Journey Christine), and their firstborn son (Jermelle Simon).
Also in the mix is his teenage son (Diamond Lyons), who he fathered with another woman (Gabrielle Dennis) sister-in-law (Sykes). 
The show, which is co-produced by Epps and was created by Sykes alongside Regina Hicks, follows the fun-filled antics of the family and their desire to level up.
Ahead of its May 12 arrival, check out the first look trailer below…


May 16 will bring with it the 2021 MTV Movie & TV Awards.

Set to air live from the Palladium in Los Angeles, the highly anticipated awards ceremony is designed to toast the last year’s best and brightest actors in film and television as well as the buzziest moments that made jaws drop and set social media alight in the process.

While big names in television like ‘WandaVision’ and ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ lead the race among TV nominees, ‘Judas & the Black Messiah’ is poised to dominate in movie categories.

Look inside to see the stiff competition:


‘The Real Housewives Of Potomac’ are gearing up for their sixth season.

Set for a sizzling summer return, the latest instalment of the Bravo hit will see Gizelle Bryant, Karen Huger, Ashley Darby, Robyn Dixon, Wendy Osefo, and Candiace Dillard all back in the mix.

After last year’s blockbuster season, it’s clear the days where the Madams of Maryland squabbled over etiquette are in rearview.

Ahead of its premiere, a teaser trailer has been unwrapped.

Check it out below…


Joseline Hernandez is set to heat up screens in season 2 of her hit Zeus Network show ‘Joseline’s Cabaret.’

The series follows the Puerto Rican Princess as she launches a cabaret show comprised of fierce talents. Viewers are also granted a glimpse into the lives of exotic dancers, strippers, and beyond.

After giving ladies in Miami the chance to strut their stuff, the 34-year-old has expanded the search to Atlanta – which forms the focus of this installment of the show.

The series’ sophomore run is part of a two-season renewal for the show, which was hugely popular during its inaugural season.

Ahead of its premiere tonight, That Grape Juice‘s Chet Kincaid caught up with Joseline, who opened up about season 2, “that” double homicide viral clip, being a mother to daughter Bonnie Bella, and much more.

Watch above!


‘Joseline’s Cabaret’ Season 2 Premieres April 18 at 5PM PST / 8PM EST Only On Zeus

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Reality TV lovers who couldn’t get enough of former ‘Love & Hip Hop’ star Joseline Hernandez were thrilled when the Puerto Rican princess announced her return to the genre via Zeus Network’s ‘Joseline’s Cabaret.’

Set in Miami for its inaugural season, the show not only chronicles the life of the 34-year-old as she attempts to launch a cabaret show in the Magic City but also gives everyday viewers a glimpse into the lives of exotic dancers, strippers, and sex workers.

The series’ explosive season 1 popularity eventually saw it renewed for a season 2 and 3 (set in Atlanta and Las Vegas respectively), and switched to a reality competition format for the forthcoming editions. For the Atlanta jaunt, which premieres April 18, the top 4 dancers will be cast in the cabaret with the overall winner taking home a cash prize of $10,000.

Ahead of its arrival, look inside to get an extended sneak peek at all the drama set to unfold.


The category is season 2 for HBO Max hit ‘Legendary.’

Set to land on the streamer on May 6, the sophomore season of the ballroom competition promises to be fiercer than ever.

With 10 Houses ready to compete for the crown, Megan Thee Stallion, Leiomy Maldonado, Jameela Jamil, and Law Roach are all back as anchoring judges. Dashaun Wesley is also back in the mix as master of ceremonies.

Ahead of the show’s return, HBO Max has unleashed a scorching first-look trailer.

What are you waiting for? Check it out below…


Sharon Osbourne is doubling down on her sentiments after “leaving” The Talk. 

As widely reported, the 68-year-old found herself at the center of a firestorm after her shocking eruption during a race debate with Sheryl Underwood and her fellow co-hosts on the March 10 episode of the CBS series.

The drama centered around her support of Piers Morgan‘s widely-condemned comments about Meghan Markle.

The fall-out saw the show temporarily yanked from the air and a formal investigation launched which found that her behavior “did not align with [the network’s] values for a respectful workplace.”

She simultaneously announced her departure from the show after 11 years.

Now, she’s speaking up and out.

Appearing on ‘Real Time with Bill Maher,’ Osbourne did not hold back.

Full story below…


Ceaser and the gang of VH1’s ‘Black Ink Crew: New York’ are ready to see their names inked atop TV ratings charts once more.

Black in business, the crew is set to bring the love, laughs, and loads of drama with the kickoff of their 9th season – which premieres Monday, April 19 at 8 PM ET/PT. The amply-teased season will not only see how they handled isolation in response to the global health crisis, but also the racial and social unrest that plagued America at the height of the Black Lives Matter movement last year.

Ahead of its return, anxious fans of the series can get their appetites whet by hopping inside to peek at the show’s super trailer.


Filming continues for ABC‘s new music drama ‘Queens’ – which is anchored by Brandy, Eve, Naturi Naughton, and Nadine Velazquez.

Hotly anticipated, the series follows a group of female friends – who way back when used to perform as high-flying Hip-Hip ensemble, the Nasty Btiches.

Now in their 40s, they have the chance to recapture the shine and sheen of their heyday, but they’re tasked with trying to navigate such an opportunity with lives vastly different from times of the past.

With production well underway, B-Rocka has shared a number of snaps from the set.

Details below…