Check out the official promotional poster for part 2 / season 3 of Braxton Family Values.

Set to hit WE tv on November 8th, the latest instalment of the hit series promises that ‘drama rains down’. And by the looks of its accompanying teaser, it certainly looks like it.

Check out it below and be sure to tune in next month!

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Oxygen may have hit a homerun on the commercial front with their new controversial docu-series “Preachers of L.A.”, but critically, the show has viewers very much on the fence.

Based on the lives of six L.A. based megachurch pastors – Bishop Noel Jones, Bishop Clarence McClendon, Pastor Wayne Chaney, Bishop Ron Gibson, Pastor Jay Haizlip and Pastor/Gospel singer Deitrick Haddon – the show raked in a whopping 1.1 million viewers for its October 9th premiere.  The feat did come, however, at the feet of some heavy criticism from industry tastemakers down to everyday viewers aboard social media networks like Twitter and Facebook.

Slamming the extravant pastors for displays of wealth (houses, cars, jewelry, etc.), the latest disapproval comes from fellow megapastor T.D. Jakes who, despite being the “best friend” of Bishop Noel Jones, distanced himself from the show and even labelled it “junk”.

T.D Jakes via Report:

“Now, I know you been watching that junk on TV.  I want to tell you right now, not one dime of what you’re sowing right now will buy my suit. I want you to know my car is paid for. I want you to know I got my house on my own. I want you to know I’m not bling-blinging. I am not shake and bake. I have sold enough books and produced enough movies. I don’t need your offering to pay for this little slimy suit. So I rebuke that spirit in the name of Jesus Christ.”


Bishop Noel Jones admitted that Jakes was not exactly a fan of the show via an interview with our buds over at TheJasmineBrand.  The newest fiery quote came just a week after Jakes’ own television show “T.D. Jakes Presents: Mind, Body & Soul” made its debut aboard BET.


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Justin Bieber brings Beliebers a peek at ‘Never Say Never’ follow-up movie ‘Believe 3D’.

Highlighting Bieber‘s transition from teen pop star to young adult, the Jon M. Chu-directed film follows his newest single “Heartbreaker” and will be the first of many released to lead-up to his film’s premiere on December 25th.

See the trailer above.

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Via release:

Acquire The Fire & Teen Mania present an exciting and limited theatrical engagement debut of SURGE, a high-energy interactive movie theater event that fuses music, comedy, and inspirational messages creating a moment where young people and those who believe in them fill theaters across North America.

SURGE features empowering and inspirational messages by Ron Luce interwoven between the hilarious comedy of John Gray and musical performances by award-winning Christian artists Casting Crowns, Newsboys, Lecrae and worship artists Acquire the Fire LIVE.  SURGE offers an evening that will inspire, entertain and empower generations looking to make a difference.

SURGE, which will premiere on over 400 screens on October 9, 2013.  An encore showing is scheduled for October 16, 2013.  For theater and ticket information visit:

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Chrissy & Mr. Jones premieres on Oct 28th at 9/8 pm CST on VH1!

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“Love & Hip Hop: NY” premieres on Monday, October 28th at 8/7c on VH1!

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Robin Thicke‘s 2013 just seems to get better and better.  After scoring his first #1 album on the hem’s of the year’s biggest hit ‘Blurred Lines’, the singer got news that his hit just logged its 16th week atop Billboard’s R&B charts – a new record.

Now, the blue-eyed soulster is set to appear on ‘Oprah’s Next Chapter’ for a candid interview to air in October.

Via Billboard:

“Thicke is expected to discuss the impact of “Blurred Lines” the single, and the positive and negative response to his controversial MTV VMAs performance with Miley Cyrus. He’ll also talk about his family life with wife Paula Patton, his role as a father and working with collaborators such as Pharrell and”

Thicke’s sit-down will air Oct. 13 at 9 PM ET/PT on OWN.


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