‘Tyler Perry’s The Oval’ Renewed for Season 3…Just a Week After Season 2 Premiere

Published: Wednesday 24th Feb 2021 by Rashad

As we reported here, the season 2 premiere of ‘Tyler Perry’s The Oval’ saw it circled at #1 on cable TV ratings charts last Tuesday (February 16).

To reward its success, BET has already lifted the lid on news the series will be bringing its addictive brand of political drama to screens for a round 3.

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A consistent ratings winner across its inaugural season, ‘The Oval’ – despite mass power outages throughout America due to unprecedented winter storms – drew in a whopping 1.5 million collective viewers across BET and BET Her for its season 2 premiere.

Not even a week after landing back on screens, it’s being reported the Tyler Perry-produced venture has been renewed for a season 3.


“The Oval was the No. 1 show for Black viewers in all of television on premiere night among adults 18-49 and 25-54 and total viewers.

Season 3 of Tyler Perry’s The Oval is slated to start production at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta later this year. It joins Tyler Perry’s Sistas, which also recently was renewed for a third season by BET.”

Congrats are due to Perry and ‘The Oval’ cast, which Ed Quinn, Kron Moore, Paige Hurd, Daniel Croix Henderson, Taja V. Simpson, Walter Fauntleroy, Brad Benedict, Javon Johnson, Ptosha Storey, Vaughn Hebron, Teesha Renee, Lodric Collins, Ciera Payton, Travis Cure, Matthew Law, Bill Barrett and Derek A. Dixon.

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  1. Drink my b**** juice February 24, 2021


    • Chase February 24, 2021

      Because of great ratings dummy. You Queens live for the negativity it’s so sad. Be happy another black person is able to employ fellow people of color in the movie and tv industry. SMH.

      • Shayla Queen 👑 February 24, 2021

        Shut up

  2. Happy+n+Rich February 24, 2021

    Season 1 was fire, but the S2 premiere seemed filler-ish — like the past several seasons of Haves and Have Nots. I hope TP doesn’t run The Oval into the ground like he did with HAHN and If Loving You is Wrong.

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