Being a beard for a semi-closeted gay best friend is normal right? Or is it just “Being Mary Jane?” The BET series kicked off season 2 last week with such… More
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Tell me there’s something in the water because there’s no excuse for the entertainment foolishness I’m sharing with you today. “Scandal” star Columbus Short apparently lost his damn mind, a “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star gets booked on assault charges and a rapper cuts of his penis and attempts suicide. I can’t make this stuff up! But here’s some good news: Gary Dourdan will be joining “Being Mary Jane” and “Glee.” And there’s also my watchlist and what’s hot (and not). Enjoy!
The weekend’s almost here and there’s lots to dish about today! Find out why Pharrell Williams named his new CD “G I R L,” who’s the latest star to join BET”s “Being Mary Jane,” which Bravo shows are returning for a second season and what recently canceled show found a home at BET.
What better way to celebrate Women’s History Month than watching a few of TV’s most powerful ladies? From “Scandal” to “The Walking Dead,” I’ve identified seven TV shows that feature sistas that handle it. Sure, they’re perfectly imperfect but aren’t we all? And guess what? All of these shows are available to watch online and most with XFINITY On Demand™.
There were plenty of memorable moments from the two-hour season finale of BET’s newest hit, “Being Mary Jane.” But only one was the standout for me. Read more to learn why.
Fidelity seemed to be the name of the game on the latest episode of BET’s “Being Mary Jane.” It’s actually been the theme from jump, particularly looking at Mary Jane Paul’s life.
If there’s anything reality TV shows have cemented in my mind it’s that most people don’t change, they just get older.
Chris “Ludacris” Bridges may have guest starred on BET’s “Being Mary Jane” Tuesday but his appearance didn’t make my top 3 moments.
Wayne Brady is one very talented brother and if you watched the latest episode of BET’s “Being Mary Jane” you got a sample of his genius.
“I knew it, I knew it!” my mother exclaimed when I told her that Joy-Ann Reid would get her own MSNBC show.