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Less than 2 weeks after TV One energized its base with a 2015-2016 slate that included 8 new original series, 16 original movies, and new production partnerships, BET Networks today unveiled its competing lineup at its annual Upfronts event.Commentary will follow in a later post, as I’m just getting to the press release, and wanted to publish the main details ASAP for you all to have an immediate look.
Gemini, a famous boxer and Zoe’s soon to be ex-husband, is not ready to take a back seat in her life, nor is her precocious 8 year-old son, Xavier, ready for Zoe’s new dating life.
Surrounded by a cast of colorful characters, Zoe puts a new spin on the old song “You’re Gonna Make It After All!
” From Executive Producers Debra Martin Chase; Scooter Braun; Danny Rose; Executive Producer/Writer Erica Montolfo-Bura and Co-Executive Producer Brandy Norwood. We create content that let’s our audience know we understand their culture and their lifestyle better than anybody else,” said Stephen Hill, President of Programming, BET Network.
“Our programming lens is simple; we are showing the variety in black life in an authentic way.
We are the only network that takes the complete, complex and comprehensive view of African American life.” That’s it for now…
Earlier this morning, BET did announce a new, first of its kind for the network partnership, with Jay-Z’s Roc Nation Sports, which will see the latter as their exclusive broadcast partner to air live “throne boxing” events on the network.
The deal includes airing up to nine live, two-hour telecasts of Roc Nation Sports “throne boxing” events over the next 18 months.“BET is constantly searching for ways to expand its portfolio of content with the sole goal of satisfying our audiences,” said Stephen G. “Roc Nation is doing very exciting things in the entertainment space and we are excited to partner with them on this groundbreaking deal positioning BET Networks as a go-to destination for premier live boxing events.Later today, I’m going to transfer last night’s BET Awards from my DVR to a DVD and then I’m going to make seven copies and send them to The Oscars, The Emmys, The Golden Globes, The Screen Actor’s Guild, The VMAs and the MTV Music Awards with a note: “This is how you make an awards show!”Last night’s BET Awards were book-ended by royalty: It opened with host Queen Latifah and closed with a tribute to Prince, who accepted his Lifetime Achievement Award wearing a shirt with a cartoon picture of himself on it.But really, the entire pyrotechnic pageant was a celebration of hip-hop and R&B nobility, with performances so smashing and so grand that it was hard to remember if they’d given out any awards by the time it was over.They did, of course, and here’s how they shook down: Alicia Keys, who hopped up onto her piano and crawled across it while four months pregnant (somehow managing to remain crazy sexy), took home the Best Female R&B Artist award and Best Collaboration with Jay-Z for “Empire State of Mind.”Nicki Minaj, who went through more costume changes than Queen Latifah, won Best New Artist and Best Female Hip-Hop Artist.