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Reigning King of Country Music Albie Roman, along with his insanely talented -- and tough as nails -- wife, Queen of Country Music Dottie Cantrell Roman, have created a country music dynasty, but even though the Roman name is synonymous with authenticity, the very foundation of their success is a lie. When their reign as country royalty is put in jeopardy, heir to the crown Nicolette "Nicky" Roman will stop at nothing to protect her family's legacy, while ensuring her own quest for stardom, alongside her brother Luke and sister Gigi.
Jabari, a charming, streetwear-clad artist on the cusp of real success. After a chance run-in with his cool new photographer neighbor, Meadow, Jabari has to figure out whether he can make space for love in his life.
Step inside the lives of 3 Latin music superstars: Thalia, Farina and Sofia Reyes, as they come together to release new music and reveal intimate stories about their personal and professional lives. Latin Music Queens now streaming, only on Facebook Watch.
Features interviews with several female pioneers in music and pays homage to those who have stormed the stage and wielded their instruments.
NBC’s new primetime series “Dancing with Myself” is inspired by the millions tuning in to watch the latest dance crazes on social media. “Dancing with Myself” will see a group of everyday people compete each week in a series of high-energy dance challenges designed and demonstrated by the show’s celebrity creators Shakira, Nick Jonas, Liza Koshy and host Camille Kostek.
After a three-year hiatus, FX's award-winning hit comedy series Atlanta returns for its third season on Thursday, March 24th at 10 p.m. ET/PT on FX and will stream the next day on Hulu. The premiere event will feature the first two episodes. FX will run a new teaser trailer in ESPN and ABC's slate of NBA games on Christmas Day. The series follows Earn (Donald Glover) during his daily life in Atlanta, Georgia, as he tries to redeem himself in the eyes of his ex-girlfriend Van (Zazie Beetz), who is also the mother of his daughter Lottie; as well as his parents and his cousin Alfred (Brian Tyree Henry), who raps under the stage name "Paper Boi". Having dropped out of Princeton University, Earn has no money and no home and consequently alternates between staying with his parents and his ex-girlfriend. Once he realizes that his cousin is on the verge of stardom, he seeks to reconnect with him in order to improve his life and the life of his daughter. "We are thrilled to have Atlanta back with a new season on March 24th," said Eric Schrier, President, FX Entertainment. "Once again, Donald Glover, the producers and stellar cast have delivered another signature season synonymous with the excellence that makes Atlanta so great." Taking place almost entirely in Europe, Season 3 finds "Earn" (Donald Glover), "Alfred / 'Paper Boi'" (Brian Tyree Henry), "Darius" (LaKeith Stanfield) and "Van" (Zazie Beetz) in the midst of a successful European tour, as the group navigates their new surroundings as outsiders, and struggle to adjust to the newfound success they had aspired to. Atlanta is executive produced by Donald Glover, Stephen Glover, Hiro Murai, Stefani Robinson, Paul Simms and Dianne McGunigle. Atlanta is produced by FX Productions. In its most recent season in 2018, the 14 Emmy(R) nominations for Atlanta Robbin Season' were the most of any comedy series. Through its first two seasons, Atlanta has won five Emmy Awards as well as two Golden Globe(R) Awards, two AFI Awards, Peabody, PGA, WGA, TCA, NAACP and Critics' Choice Awards.
Comedian Dave Chappelle hosts this sketch-comedy show that parodies many of the nuances of race and culture.
Tituss Burgess hosts a competition in which contestants strive to hit all the right notes while singing their hearts out in an effort to win up to $60,000. A team of six contestants performs a total of five songs that share the same theme. For each song, each remaining contestant who is part of the team must sing their assigned lines, with the order of performance being assigned at random. The amount of money that is added to the jackpot (which has a maximum value of $60,000) is determined based on how well the team sings; the individual scores (which determine a contestant's vocal accuracy) are calculated during the performance. At the end of a song, the contestant with the highest individual score (out of 100 percent) advances to the next round; the other contestants are put up for elimination via a secret vote. After the contestants vote, the contestant who has the most votes is eliminated from the game and leaves with no money except if they accumulated a bonus prize; if there is a tie, the contestant with the lowest individual score is eliminated. This process continues until two contestants remain. In the first two rounds, the maximum value for each song is $10,000; the value increases to $20,000 per song in the third and fourth rounds. During the second round, a “Tituss Prize” for best physical performance of $500 is awarded to one contestant. If the “Tituss Prize” isn’t awarded in the second round, it continues until awarded by the host. The rules change slightly for the fourth round, where the "Golden Note" bonus feature, where each of the three remaining contestants can win a guaranteed $1,000 bonus by perfectly singing a designated note, goes into effect; no voting takes place in the fourth round, where the contestant with the lowest individual score is eliminated. The format for the main game is somewhat similar to Weakest Link.
A weekly talent competition where a set of aspiring performers -- from singers and dancers, to comedians and novelty acts -- are to competing for the ultimate $1 million prize.