Fresh off the news that it delivered its most watched quarter in its history, OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network started the day with more big news.
The workweek may have ended but the happenings in black entertainment haven’t. Read more about Boris Kodjoe getting another television show, OWN’s new reality dubbed the multicultural “Sex and the City” and Aaron McGruder’s next plans. Also, check out my weekend watchlist and what’s hot and what’s not.
It’s the middle of the week and plenty’s happening including an opportunity to meet the lady behind Lupita Nyong’o’s great looks, Jamie Foxx and Kevin Hart possibly doing a movie with the “Ride Along” team plus OWN’s sharing some great news.
OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network is at it again! The three-year-old enterprise acquired the rights to turn singer Darlene Love’s memoir “My Name is Love: The Darlene Love Story” into its first original TV movie, according to an OWN press release.
Colorism is a backward mindset that’s plagued people of color for centuries and Oprah Winfrey and Iyanla Vanzant want to do something about it.
We get a chance to see Sheryl Underwood daily on CBS’s “The Talk” but does that really show the depth of her humor? Don’t worry, you’ll get a chance to see Underwood and a few others unleashed on OWN’s “Wanda Sykes Presents Herlarious.” Sykes’ comedy special airs at 10 p.m. EST Saturday on OWN.
OWN may have had a shaky start when it debuted on New Year’s Day three years ago but it’s since made up for it and black female viewers played a key role.
It seems Oprah Winfrey wastes no time. Her network, OWN, recently acquired the network television rights to “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom,” from The Weinstein Company.
By Brent Lang OWN has added two new series and the return of Wanda Sykes’ comedy specials to its January schedule of premieres. Reality series “The Diamond Collar,” starring former mob enforcer James “Head” Guiliani in his new career as the owner of a Brooklyn dog grooming business,” premieres Friday, Jan. 17 at 10/9c. And […]
It was no surprise when OWN announced that Oprah Winfrey had landed an interview with troubled actress Lindsay Lohan for her interview series, “Oprah’s Next Chapter.” That’s what she does: land controversial newsmakers.