This season, Iyanla will continue to help people make peace with themselves and their situations. During the first episode, she tries to help troubled rapper DMX with his demons.
February is Black History Month. And what better way to celebrate it than to enjoy movies, programs, and entertainment specials that celebrate and showcase the diversity in us all?
There’s a lot of stiff competition in many of the categories, and it will be interested to see who comes out the winner—it’s anyone’s guess. But here are my predictions for who will be bringing the Golden Globe home.
It seems everywhere I go, people cannot get enough of Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s, the real life antics of a family owned restaurant based in St. Louis. The reality show has become the darling of Oprah’s OWN cable imprint, and is one of my favorite reality programs on TV.
Reality TV and singing family the Braxtons are back with Season 3 of their popular We TV series, Braxton Family Values. Take a look at the upcoming season with this preview.
Last year, I began watching Monster In-Laws, a real life series focused on families and their over-the-top in-laws who like to bust in and take over. Shown with brutal honesty in a dramatic fashion, Monster In-Laws will make you cringe at some of the antics taking place, but makes for very interesting television.
Do you know a crazy pregnant couple who is expecting? Then casting agents are looking for you. A cable television network has commissioned a new reality series called ‘Pregzillas’ and they are looking for couples to appear in the show. Check out this post for more details.
With the tagline, “Heart. Soul. Mac ‘n Cheese”,OWN’s breakout reality series, Sweetie Pie’s, is set to make its triumphant return on Saturday, March 31st at 9/8 CST. Sweetie Pie’s is set in my hometown of St. Louis and features Miss Robbie, her son Tim, her nephew Charles, and her daughter-in-law Jenea as they work together to run the family restaurant, which has now grown to three locations.
Let’s get this out of the way right now. I am not proud of the fact that I watch Dance Moms. If you don’t know what Dance Moms is, it’s a reality show focused on 7 girls who attend Abby Miller’s Dance Studio in Pittsburgh, PA, alongside their mothers who often clash with Abby, and sometimes, each other.
If you are 27 and up, then chances are you remember VH1’s Pop Up Video, a groovy 30 minute program dedicated to not only showing videos but also showing them in an entertaining, sarcastic,and fun way.
The cable network now wages their bets on a show about the morbidly obese called Heavy which chronicles the lives of 22 morbidly obese people as they fight for their lives to lose weight and regain their health.
It took me a long time to get into the Black sitcom The Game when it was on the CW Network. When I did finally begin watching it during the winter of 2008, it was taken off the air in the spring of 2009.