(L-R) Da Brat, Jermaine Dupri and Bow Wow attended So So Def and WE tv hosts the exclusive screening of Power, Influence & Hip Hop: The Remarkable Rise Of So So Def and the Season 3 premiere of Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta, held at the London Hotel in Los Angeles, CA. on Tuesday.
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Remember the Empire season 2 finale that ended with either pregnant Anika Calhoun (Grace Gealey) or Rhonda Lyon (Kaitlin Doubleday) going over a balcony?
In tonight's Empire season 3 opener, viewers will see which one was pushed off the balcony -- or if neither one took the plunge.
Actor Omari Hardwick, 2nd from left, attended the season premiere screening of his TV series Power at Atlantic Station in Atlanta on Thursday. Also attending the screening were local notables Tichina Arnold, far left, Monyetta Shaw, and others. Power stars Hardwick as James "Ghost" St. Patrick, a nightclub owner who doubles as a drug Lord.
Photos by Prince Williams/ATLPics.net
Screenwriter and producer Shonda Rhimes may have another hit on her hands with ABC's new legal drama How To get Away With Murder, which premiered last night.
How To Get Away With Murder stars Oscar nominee Viola Davis, 49, as a pop psychology law professor who compensates for her repressed sexual tension by intimidating her best law students.
The 2nd season of E! Online's RichKids of Beverly Hills is just around the corner. In season 2, Magic Johnson's son EJ is given a meatier role. The cast is made up of the spawn of Beverly Hills filthy rich, who have too much time and money on their hands. Here's an exclusive look at EJ joining Dorothy Wang in a dance class in an upcoming episode.
The cast of regulars showed up at last night's Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Premiere viewing party held at the Suites in downtown Atlanta. The season premiere was laughable. In fact, I'm still laughing at the atrocious acting skills displayed by Mimi faust, Nikko Smith, Joseline Hernandez, Stevie J, and Rasheeda and her "I am not the father" husband, Kirk Frost.
What was producer Mona Scott Young thinking when she wrote Mimi's script? Did they really believe the viewing public would fall for that lie that Nikko's luggage was stolen and that somehow their sex romp video ended up on a notorious gossip blog?
Watch the video and see more pictures from the premiere after the break.
Watch the full video of the season 4 premiere after the break.
Last night, BET premiered Season 7 of its popular scripted series The Game. Last season's cast members return, including our favorite Brandy Norwood (Chardonnay) and Wendy Raquel Robinson who plays the annoying, but endearing Tasha Mack. Tasha confused her pregnancy symptoms for the onset of menopause. It will be fun to watch how the middle aged seductress handles her high risk pregnancy.
Unfortunately, the season premiere was a bit of let down. The character most of us tuned in to see -- Kelly Pitts, played by Brittany Daniel (red dress) -- was a no show.
Watch the full video after the break.
In case you missed it, view the full episode of BET's original scripted series, Being Mary Jane starring Gabrielle Union after the break!
First, the press release:
Last night, VH1 and Myx Fusions Lounge along with Monami Entertainment and Eastern, celebrated the Season 4 premiere of the hit TV series, "Love & Hip Hop" in New York. Hundreds of industry insiders packed Stage 48 to watch the live premiere with the cast, which included returning members Yandy Smith, Rich Dollaz, Erica Mena, Joe Budden, Tahiry Jose and Rashidah Ali as well as newcomers K.Michelle ("Love & Hip Hop Atlanta"), Tara Wallace, Amina Buddafly, Saigon, Erica Jean, Cyn Santana and Nya Lee (Peter Gunz was absent). After the viewing of the juicy premiere episode, the cast participated in a fiery Q&A - moderated by Hot 97's Laura Stylez -- that covered everything from affairs, lesbian relationships, and record label launches. This is definitely the season to watch!
Special thanks to Ciroc, Beautiful Textures and media partners Power 105 and Hot 97.
Now to the TEA....
Season 2 of VH1's Love & Hip Hop Atlanta premiered last night. Here's a little background: Producer Mona Scott-Young is reportedly under pressure to save her empire which has become victim to poor ratings. In a recent interview in Atlanta, that she thought was off the record, Mona defended the public's perception that her shows were scripted.
She let it slip out that Love & Hip Hop Atlanta was "in its own category", which one blogger took as a tacit admission that LHHATL is indeed scripted. Mona also hinted that her other reality series (Love & Hip Hop NY) would be cancelled due to low ratings. (The interview took place last month).