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A Southern Baptist church and its surrounding community are entrenched in a world of crime, lust, deceit, and greed.
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|Show Name||Saints & Sinners|
|Series Cast||Clifton Powell Keith Robinson Vanessa Bell Calloway|
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Welcome to the world of the Duncan family. They appear to be upstanding citizens running one of New York's most respected car dealerships, but in reality, they're leaders of the black mafia who control most of the East Coast underworld. No matter which job is at hand, one thing is true about the Duncans: there is nothing they won't do for family. The Family Business is an American crime family drama created by Carl Weber and based on his bestselling crime drama book series. Originally developed as an independent film franchise, BET produced it as an eight-episode limited series in 2018. Midway through its second season, BET+ has picked up a third season of Carl Weber’s The Family Business, based on Weber’s bestselling crime drama book series. Production is scheduled to begin next month in Los Angeles. You can watch a trailer below. The Family Business follows the Duncans, an upstanding, tightknit family that, by day, owns and operates an exotic car dealership in New York. By night, their business activities are more illicit in nature. Returning for Season 3 are series stars Ernie Hudson, Valarie Pettiford, Darrin DeWitt Henson, Javicia Leslie, Sean Ringgold, Tami Roman, Miguel A. Nunez, Arrington Foster, KJ Smith, Dylan Weber, Yadi Valerio and Emilio Rivera.
Greenleaf is an American television drama series, created by Craig Wright, and executive produced by Oprah Winfrey and Lionsgate Television. Clement Virgo also serves as an executive producer and director. It stars Keith David, Lynn Whitfield, and Merle Dandridge. Greenleaf premiered on the Oprah Winfrey Network on June 21, 2016. The unscrupulous world of the Greenleaf family and their sprawling Memphis megachurch, dark secrets and lies. On November 15, 2019, OWN confirmed the renewal of a fifth and final season of the series, set to premiere on June 23, 2020.
Working for a legal aid office in New York City, Gwen Sullivan fights for clients who can't afford to choose their own attorney. Working for a legal aid office in New York City, Gwen Sullivan fights for clients who can't afford to choose their own attorney. The passion she has for her job and for those she represents has cemented the rebellious and wildly outspoken Sullivan as arguably the most talented public defender in her district. Along with the complicated cases she tackles in a hurried environment, Gwen must also manage various distractions at the office, including working with her ex, newly appointed supervisor Charlie Riggs, whose extraordinary talent in the courtroom is only matched by his outsized ego, and Earl, her stern, hard-to-please father, a former judge.
"Tyler Perry's The Oval," lifts the veil of what can happen when the leader of the free world, his wife and family are crazed maniacs. The series also highlights the personal side and everyday lives of the staff who run the inner workings of the nation's most iconic residence. Ed Quinn, Kron Moore, Javon Johnson, Ptosha Storey, Vaughn Hebron, Teesha Renee, Daniel Croix Henderson, Lodric D. Collins, Ciera Payton, Walter Fauntleroy, Taja V. Simpson, Brad Benedict, Travis Cure, Matthew Law, Bill Barrett, Derek A. Dixon, Nick Barrotta, Kaye Singleton, and Russell Thomas star in the one-hour drama. Written, directed and executive produced by Tyler Perry, "The Oval" is a political drama series on BET. It tells the story of U.S President Hunter Franklin and first lady Victoria Franklin, a power-hungry interracial couple, who present a perfect facade to the world while indulging in wildly scandalous behavior behind closed doors. Not to be outdone, their children -- Gayle and Jason -- bring their own brands of volatility and excess to the Executive Residence. The soap opera-style series also tells the stories of White House staff members whose lives become intertwined with those of the first family. Head butler Richard Hallsen is an ex-serviceman who struggles to maintain his integrity in the face of greed and corruption. In "The Oval," Tyler Perry supercharges the political genre with off-the-charts levels of scandal, sex, depravity, and betrayal. "Tyler Perry's The Oval" is executive produced, directed, and written by Tyler Perry. Michelle Sneed will also serve as Executive Producer of the series for Tyler Perry Studios. In the season premiere episode, "An Eye For An Eye," The President and First lady barely dodge death but continue in their ways. Hunter vows for revenge, Victoria has lustful eyes on Sam, and Jason is ready to finish the job someone else started: taking his mother out. #TheOvalonBET
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"Queen Sugar" tells the story of the estranged Bordelon siblings in Louisiana. At the center of the family are Nova, a journalist and activist; Charley, the wife and manager of an NBA player; and formerly incarcerated father Ralph Angel, who is searching for redemption. Following a tragedy in the family, the siblings must put their complicated lives aside so that they can come together to run the clan's struggling sugar cane farm. Also involved in the farm are Aunt Violet and family friend Remy Newell.
A group of single black females from different walks of life who bond over their one common thread: why am I single? The 10-episode one-hour series follows popular characters 'Zac,' played by Devale Ellis and 'Fatima,' played Crystal Renee Hayslett, as they navigate the ups and downs of their relationship. "Zatima" marks the second spin-off from a Tyler Perry top-rated linear show to get greenlit by BET+, the leading streaming service for Black audiences.
In Savannah, Ga., the Cryer family is the enviable face of success and wealth. At least that's how it appears from the outside. But within the walls of the family's opulent mansion, dysfunction and double lives threaten to destroy the Cryers' world of privilege. The family's patriarch, Jim, is a powerful judge with political ambitions that are put at risk by his double life that includes affairs with high-priced escorts. Jim's wife, Katheryn, is willing to do whatever it takes to protect her family's status while playing the role of a loving and dutiful wife. Son Wyatt is a troubled jock who continuously goes in and out of rehab, and daughter Amanda is a struggling law student who has unknowingly befriended a woman, Candace Young, who has the power to ruin the entire family and also happens to be the estranged daughter of the Cryers' maid, Hanna. When manipulative Candace realizes that she is Jim's escort, she sees that as an opportunity of a lifetime.
BODY PARTS, features certified anaplastologist Allison Vest who has over 20 years of experience. For the first time, this top-of-her-field professional is opening the doors to her practice and sharing the most devastating cases of patients who have lost major body parts, giving them a second chance by creating amazing, realistic prosthetics to help restore their lives to normalcy. Oftentimes, her prosthetics go undetected thanks to the skillful combination of skin color correction, hair placement, and even delicately painted veins. But, for her patients, there's nothing discreet about the impact these parts have, from a woman who lost her hands after an extreme case of pneumonia to a boy missing both ears after a dog attack. Enter Allison's body part workshop to experience a world of wonder, hope, healing and strength.
A spinoff of "The Oval," follows Ruth Truesdale as she's forced to play nice with a scandalous religious cult of powerful sex crazed fanatics in the hopes of freeing herself and her daughter. In a backdoor pilot during the first three episodes of The Oval, Ruth Truesdale (Melissa L. Williams) kidnaps her daughter Callie to join her and the sex-crazed members of the Rakudushis cult. Ruth is a devoted member of the Rakadushi cult.
First Wives Club is an American comedy television series, based on the film of the same name written by Robert Harling, that premiered in September 19, 2019 on BET+. On November 26, 2019, the series was renewed for a second season, which premiered on July 15, 2021. On September 8, 2021, the series was renewed for a third season.
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Franck, a music video director, infiltrates a rough neighbourhood in the South of France to film Tony, a charismatic but unpredictable drug gang leader wanting to break into the rap music scene. Using his camera to reveal the hidden, true face of drug dealing, Franck will get caught in a bloody gang war. A fast paced found footage thriller. Tensions erupt when two filmmakers infiltrate an area ruled by gangs to shoot a music video for a rapper in this gritty found-footage series.
Selena: The Series is the two-part coming-of-age story following the performer’s journey as a young artist from singing small gigs in Corpus Christi with her family to becoming one of the most successful Latin artists of all time. It is a biographical drama streaming television series based on the life of Tejano singer Selena that premiered on Netflix. and season one of the series released on December 4, 2020. Christian Serratos stars as Selena, Ricardo Chavira as Abraham Quintanilla, Gabriel Chavarria as Selena’s brother AB, with Noemí Gonzalez, Seidy López, Madison Taylor Baez, Jesse Posey, Paul Rodriguez, Jr., Hunter Reese Peña, Julio Macias, Carlos Alfredo, Jr., Juan Martinez and Daniela Estrada. As Selena's career gains momentum, the singer fights to remain true to herself, spend quality time with her family and expand her businesses. You heard her sing. Now you'll hear her voice. Part two of Selena: The Series comes to Netflix on May 4. Now on the brink of stardom, Selena fights to remain true to herself, spend quality time with her family and her new husband, and expand her businesses. All the while, her journey to become the most successful female Latin artist of all time continues. 'Selena, The Series' Part 2 arrives on May 4th, only on Netflix.
AMC+ has released the trailer for its newest original series, Spy City, premiering exclusively in the US on Thursday, April 15. The six-part series stars Dominic Cooper with new episodes premiering weekly on the service each Thursday. The espionage Cold War series follows the awful dilemma faced by the English spy Fielding Scott (Dominic Cooper, Preacher, Captain America: The First Avenger), as he is sent to Berlin in 1961 on a mission to find out the source of the leak of vital security information. The Russians, it seems, know everything. Someone in Berlin is giving away all the secrets of the Western - American, British, and French - powers. Fielding has been given possibly the hardest job in the world: clean up Berlin. He must find out who the traitor is and expose, arrest, or eliminate that person. Along with Cooper, Spy City stars Romane Portail (Sense8), Leonie Benesch (The Crown) and Johanna Wokalek (Tatort). Created and written by novelist and screenwriter William Boyd (Restless, Chaplin) and directed and photographed by German Portuguese filmmaker Miguel Alexandre (The Inspector and the Sea), Spy City is a ODEON FICTION production in co-production with ZDF, SEVEN STORIES and WILMA FILM and in association with MAGENTA TV. The series was co-financed and executive produced by Miramax, and distributed globally through ViacomCBS Global Distribution Group funded by FFF BAYERN, NORDMEDIA, GERMAN MOTION PICTURE FUND and CZECH FILM FUND. William Boyd, Dominic Cooper, Bill Block, Thomas Augsberger, Michael Schuld, Sven Philipp, Wolfgang Feindt, and Annika Schmidt serve as executive producers; Anand Tucker and Colleen Woodcock serve as co-producers; Andrea Wetzel serves as line producer; Mischa Hofmann, Britta Meyermann, and Ann-Kathrin Eicher serve as producers. Casting was done by Colin Jones, Suse Marquardt, Alexandra Koknat, Arwa Salmanová, and Annette Trumel.
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Set in Northern Ireland and written by Chris Brandon (Red Rock), the gripping, four-part Irish crime thriller stars James Nesbitt (The Hobbit, The Missing, Cold Feet) as a veteran detective going into his own dark past to solve a cold case. When an expensive car containing a possible suicide note is pulled from the sea, veteran Northern Ireland police detective Tom Brannick (James Nesbitt, The Missing, Cold Feet, The Hobbit) instantly sees the connection to an infamous cold case that holds enormous personal significance for him. It seems someone is trying to force the police to re-open their investigation into a notorious and long-buried series of mysterious disappearances over 20 years ago during a dark period in Northern Ireland history. This intense Irish crime thriller follows Brannick’s obsessive campaign to identify and unmask the legendary assassin behind these events, a semi-mythical figure nicknamed Goliath: it’s an explosive cat-and-mouse game where the stakes have never been higher. Bloodlands will premiere on BBC One prior to its North American launch on Acorn TV. Co-executive produced by Jed Mercurio, creator/EP of Bodyguard and Line of Duty.
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