‘BET Presents The Encore’ has kept viewers gripped since its premiere last month

The popular unites notable names from 90s and 00s collectives with the goal of creating a cohesive supergroup.

Produced by reality royal Carlos King, the cast is comprised of: Aubrey O’Day (Danity Kane), Kiely Williams (3LW), Shamari DeVoe (Blaque), Pamela Long (Total), Irish & LeMisha Grinstead (702), Fallon & Felisha King Cherish), and Nivea (Soloist).

With just 30 days to cook up a new album as well as establish their live gravitas by way of intense choreography classes, vocal training, and much more, the ensemble is tasked with navigating through their various differences to establish the ultimate win – a second chapter.

Tonight brings with it the broadcast of episode 7.

Now a member down, the ladies must try to build a cohesive brand and look for their group. However, the 702 sisters are once again at odds with the Cherish twins about their place on the records. With the date for the group’s major performance looming, Total’s Pam makes her frustrations clear.

Before the episode airs, check out an EXCLUSIVE sneak peek:


The trailer for the Nick Cannon-led and directed sports comedy-drama ‘She Ball’ has bounced onto the net.

Originally announced in 2017, the film’s seen multiple reported release dates come and go before finally scoring an official August 6 debut on-demand and in theaters.

Boasting an all-star cast that includes the likes of includes Chris Brown, Evan Ross, Cedric the Entertainer, DC Young Fly and Bryan “Birdman” Williams, the movie also features brand spankin’ new music from Brown, Stevie Wonder, Lil Wayne, Roddy Ricch, Kierra Sheard, and others.

Rooted in discourse about race, gentrification, criminal justice, and female empowerment, the movie tells a story of triumph against all odds as a young female athlete faces trials, tribulations, and victory on and off the basketball court.

See the ‘She Ball’ trailer and plot line inside:


Sheree Whitfield famously asked “who gon’ check me, boo?” But now it looks the question she’s been asking of late is “who’s got that check for me?”

And per a new report, it may well be her old bosses at Bravo. Because the ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ original is officially in talks for a return to the hit series.


The ‘Real Housewives Of Potomac’ are back!

Gone are the days where the Madams of Maryland squabbled over etiquette. Because in the show’s sixth season, the drama escalates to new levels.

‘Potomac’ staples Gizelle Bryant, Karen Huger, Candiace Dillard, Ashley Darby, Robyn Dixon, and Wendy Osefo are all back in the mix.

Newcomer Mia Thornton joins the ladies as a main-cast member too and she shakes things up literally and figuratively.

With the twists and turns already underway, check out a preview of episode 3 of season 6 below…


The ‘Power’ universe expands with the premiere of ‘Power Book III: Raising Kanan’ – the second spinoff of the wildly popular STARZ.

Lifting off tomorrow (July 18) the show serves as a prequel that follows young a “Kanan Stark” (Mekai Curtis) as he learns the ins and outs of the drug game in New York in the ’90s.

Produced by Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, the series stars Omar Epps, Hailey Kilgore, Joey Bada$$, Toby Sandeman, Shanley Caswell, London Brown, Malcolm Mays, Lovie Simone, and Quincy Brown alongside others.

That Grape Juice‘s Chet Kincaid caught up with the cast ahead of the show’s debut. Check out their fun-filled interview above.

‘Power Book III: Raising Kanan’ premieres July 18 at 8pm ET on STARZ

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The ‘Queens’ are strutting with full steam to ABC.

This Fall the network will debut its new music drama – anchored by Brandy, Eve, Naturi Naughton, and Nadine Velazquez.

A centerpiece of the 2021-2022 Fall TV schedule, it follows a group of friends on the quest to reclaim the shine of their heyday.

See, way back when, the quad ran the music scene as a rap collective christened the Nasty Girls. Fast forward to their 40s, life is altogether different.

With a chance of establishing a new chapter, viewers will see the ladies strive for balance between their past and present as they carve out an exciting future.

Find out when the show will be hitting the box below…


MTV‘s ‘Cribs’ is coming back and it is bringing along some of the most famed faces from several fields.

More details below…


Over a year after Jussie Smollett plead not guilty over renewed felony charges stemming from his alleged 2019 hate crime incident, the 39-year-old maintained his innocence in a Chicago hearing Wednesday (July 14).

Referring to the legal proceedings as “dog and pony show” as he entered the courtroom, the former ‘Empire’ star addressed his ‘filing a false police report’ case again – this time to a judge who will determine the next steps regarding the fate of one of his lawyers.


After rocketing to the top of ratings’ charts for two seasons, Rocket City reality show – ‘Love & Marriage: Huntsville’ – is back with an ample Southern serving of the drama its fans love.

Set for its season 3 premiere July 17th at 9/8c on OWN, excitement around the series has only amplified with the unveiling of an extended sneak peek into the action set to unfold.

Curious to get a taste of the latest from Melody and Martell HoltMarsau and LaTisha Scott, and Maurice and Kimmi Grant Scott?

See what’s to come inside:


The ‘Real Housewives of Potomac’ is back, which means the Grand Dame Karen Huger is too.

Ever outspoken, the 58-year-old star stopped by The Wendy Williams Show today, where she dished on season 6 of the Bravo hit and much more.

Chatting it up with the former shock jock, Huger opened up about what folk can expect from the show’s latest instalment, her vow renewal with husband Ray, Monique Samuels‘ exit, and her longstanding feud with Gizelle Bryant – who she insists has a “hot box.”

 We often find ourselves remarking that “there’s only one Karen Huger”…and she certainly reminded us why.

All the action after the jump…


‘Pose’ continues to make history.

Because the final season of the groundbreaking series has yielded a game-changing nomination for lead MJ Rodriquez. 

Full story below…


It’s that time of year again.

The 2021 Primetime Emmy Awards air September 19 and will celebrate the titles and talents who’ve made the most marked impact.

As the top honor in television, all eyes are on which shows and stars have nabbed nominations in the show’s 73rd year.

Well, wonder no more. Because the full list of nominations has been unveiled and brings with it major looks for ‘Pose,’ ‘Lovecraft Country,’ ‘I May Destroy You,’ and more.

Ahead of its broadcast on Sept 19 on CBS and Paramount Plus at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET, find out who is up for what at the Cedric The Entertainer-hosted show below…