A reimagined version of the original reality series, starring Ray J, Amber Rose, Joseline Hernandez, Tiffany “New York” Pollard, Iman Shumpert, Kway “BlameItOnKway” Rogers, Parker McKenna Posey, and O’Ryan Browner as they pursue their dreams of obtaining a college degree from HBCU Alabama State University.Play Season 2 Trailer Play Season 1 Trailer
The celebrities arrive at the house and begin to bond, with one exception, and one of the new students thinks he knows more than his business marketing professor
A medical emergency sets the house on edge; the roommates prepare for their business marketing finals; bad news from home has a ripple effect.
The group gets unexpected news as they start their second week of school, a new assignment draws mixed reactions among the classmates, and Ray J’s dedication to his studies starts to waver.
An unsettling biology final brings one student to tears, the roommates blow off steam with a day in Houston, and not everyone is happy with their midterm grades.
The students learn they’ll be participating in a mock trial for their Intro to Law class, Ray J opens up to the group about his marriage, and the roomies saddle up for a day on a dude ranch.
The students are intimidated by an emotional poetry slam assignment, Slim Thug explains how he avoids stress, and Big Freedia is annoyed by mock trial partner Ray J’s prolonged absence.
Ray J arrives just in time for the mock trial and makes a scene, Lamar considers a career in coaching, final grades come in, and Dr. Benson confronts Ray J over suspected plagiarism.
As graduation nears, Ray J faces the consequences of his actions, Big Freedia and Slim Thug bet on who will be valedictorian, and the students give their final presentations.
Joseline feels isolated from the rest of the celebrities, the housemates discuss religion after attending lectures on African American history, and Amber strains under tensions in the house.
The housemates go on an emotional field trip to the Equal Justice Initiative Legacy Museum, Ray J’s absence from class doesn’t go unnoticed, and the crew turns up for Amber’s birthday.
Dr. Petty confronts the housemates who missed class; Ray J starts over; Kway, Tiffany, and Parker prep for the Magic City Classic; and the crew starts to crack under the pressure of midterms.
Tensions flare amid the mounting stress of midterms, Amber opens up about her biracial identity, and the crew attends the Magic City Classic game to watch Tiffany, Kway, and Parker perform.
It’s Halloween and the housemates fear their room is haunted, a class discussion on race pushes Joseline and Amber over the edge, and Kway’s not happy with his midterm grades.
Amber and Joseline face the disciplinary board, the roommates get a history lesson on a trip to the Dr. Richard Harris House, and a special guest leads the group in a talk about colorism.
In their last week of school, the housemates take a special elective forensics course, buckle down for final exams and find out who will be named valedictorian at graduation.
A sexy stylized drama about the highstakes world of the NBA where everyone—players, wives, mistresses, reporters and agents—plays to win. A calculating wife trying to protect her empire, a tenacious journalist desperate to rebuild a tarnished career and a scandalous groupie looking to become a star find it’s murder trying to stay on top. All’s fair in love, sex and basketball.
Soul Food: The Series was an adaptation of the 1997 hit film SOUL FOOD. The series follows the triumphs, struggles, and rivalries of the Josephs, a tight-knit African American family living in Chicago, Illinois. The series originally aired 74 episodes on Showtime and won numerous NAACP awards including multiple NAACP Awards for Best Drama series. It was the first hit drama that featured an African American cast.
A reimagined version of the original reality series, starring Ray J, Amber Rose, Joseline Hernandez, Tiffany “New York” Pollard, Iman Shumpert, Kway “BlameItOnKway” Rogers, Parker McKenna Posey, and O’Ryan Browner as they pursue their dreams of obtaining a college degree from HBCU Alabama State University.
A glimpse into the lives of eight HBCU students as they live, learn, love, laugh, and experience life as young adults together under one roof.
What happens when a group of college students land prestigious internships in the hallowed halls of corporate America? Viewers are about to find out in this BET reality series that follows its cast of coeds through the foibles and frustrations of the professional workplace. Through hair-raising challenges, tense eliminations, and requisite hook-ups, it’ll be a rocky road on the way to success.
Deion’s Family Playbook is the fun-filled and compelling real-life story of Deion Sanders, the only pro athlete to ever play in both a Super Bowl and a World Series. The show explores Deion as a single father raising five kids of his own, while also helping to raise five other children who live with him.
Cameras follow Kimberly “Lil’ Kim” Jones during the final days two weeks before turning herself in to the U.S. Marshals to serve her 366-day prison term. Jones was convicted of federal perjury and conspiracy charges emanating from a 2001 shooting between her rival Foxy Brown’s entourage and her own.
You know about DMX; the rapper, actor and controversial figure always in trouble with the law. Now meet Earl Simmons, up close and personal. Find out about his inner demons and what drives him and what makes him: the Dark Man X.
10 contestants (five men and five women) compete for roles in Talbert’s new play Love in The Nick of Tyme, starring Morris Chestnut and R&B recording artist Avant. The winners, one man and one woman, will also win featured roles in an upcoming Talbert production and be a part of its national tour, where they will perform on some of the biggest stages in the country. But in the business of show business, it’s not all fun and games.