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If you're looking for TV series similar to Sistas, look no further than the best comedy shows on TV. Here we bring you a list of top similar shows to watch on BET and other networks, all with the same taste!
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.
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"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
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.
By day, the Duncans are an upstanding family who run a thriving exotic car dealership in New York. By night, they live a dangerous secret life. When they come under siege the Duncans will have to stick together or die separately.
Based on the popular book by Angela Burt-Murray "Games Divas Play," "Games People Play" is a sexy, stylized one-hour drama about the L.A. high life, featuring a cast of characters where everyone plays to win, including a basketball player navigating both his equally rocky personal life and NBA career, a newly appointed team marketing executive who's got a lot to prove, a tenacious journalist desperately seeking the truth and a struggling actress with a scandalous past.
The talented ensemble cast includes Karrueche Tran, Lauren London in a limited role, Sarunas J. Jackson, Karen Obilom, Parker McKenna Posey, Jackie Long, and Kendall Kyndall and Brandi Denise. In addition, Vanessa Bell Calloway, Vanessa Simmons, Shaun Robinson, Kevin Jackson, Barry Brewer, and Monti Washington reprise their recurring roles, with Cynthia Bailey, Nazanin Mandi, Ro Parrish, Hitman Holla, Leon, and Calvin Seabrooks to guest star in the ten-episode drama.
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.
"Cherish the Day" is an anthology series that chronicles the relationship of one couple, with each episode spanning a single day. In season two, the rekindling of a romance is told - the love story of Ellis Moran (Henry Simmons) and Sunday St. James (Joy Bryant), who fell in love in high school but find themselves reunited in beautiful New Orleans. Ellis is a former basketball player who is now a single father of two, and Sunday is a vegetarian celebrity chef on the cusp of fame. Each episode of the season-long narrative unfolds in a single day to reveal significant moments in a relationship that compel us to hold true to the ones we love, from the extraordinary to the everyday.
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This season, Candace (Tammy Townsend) and Luvell (Timon Kyle Durrett), finally decide to move forward with their separation... until a new celebrity couple enters the scene threatening to take their throne, diminish their brand, and rob them of a career defining opportunity. Now, the show's storybook celebrity couple will have to work harder than ever to fake their loving image. However, Luvell is focused on balancing a blooming romance, leaving Candace torn between what her heart wants, and what her career needs.
Centers around the life of Marilyn 'Madam' DeVille. Madam is a fierce businesswoman who is at the top of her game in the nightclub industry and surrounded by a band of trusted employees who are down to make sure that she is successful. But Madam, a self-proclaimed boss, soon discovers that more money and more power means more problems. Will Madam retain reign as she navigates this dangerous and sexy society? Will the sensuous world of exotic dancing cost Madam her queen house and potentially her life?
Follows Erica and Eric Cross two siblings on a quest to save the women in their neighborhood from a sex trafficking ring that's taken over Dr. Erica's hospital emergency room and shaken up the streets ran by "The Heights" Kingpin, Eric. Haunted by their past, the twins set down a path of their unique brand of vigilante justice.
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.
After losing his job, Jeremy decides to move to the backwoods of Georgia to help his crazy grandfather who has ends up buying a run-down home for the elderly and becomes way in over his head. Mr. Brown and Cora show up at the right time to be investors and run the retirement home with Vinny.
In Season Two of Tyler Perry's comedy series "Assisted Living," Mr. Brown, Cora, and the gang open their Assisted Living facility and a hilarious variety of personalities come to live in the home, bringing with them a ton of laughs and experiences. David Mann as "Mr. Brown," Tamela Mann as "Cora," J. Anthony Brown as "Vinny," Na'im Lynn as "Jeremy," Courtney Nichole as "Leah," Alex Henderson as "Philip," and Tayler Buck as "Sandra."
The midseason premiere of "Tyler Perry's Assisted Living" premieres Tuesday, October 12, at 8:30 PM ET/PT- In Tyler Perry's comedy series "Assisted Living," Mr. Brown, Cora, and the gang open their assisted living facility and a hilarious variety of personalities come to live in the home, bringing with them a ton of laughs and experiences. David Mann as 'Mr. Brown,' Tamela Mann as 'Cora,' J. Anthony Brown as 'Vinny,' Na'im Lynn as 'Jeremy,' Courtney Nichole as 'Leah,' Alex Henderson as 'Philip,' and Tayler Buck as 'Sandra.' "Assisted Living" is the #1 new scripted series for African Americans P18-49, P25-54, and P2+ on cable for broadcast season 20-21. In the midseason premiere "Who are you to judge," after Jeremy buys a lemon from Mr. Brown, he takes legal action to recoup his loss. #AssistedLivingBET
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