It’s Wednesday and time to celebrate the return of “Hell’s Kitchen” at 8pm on FOX. Season 13 begins with Gordon Ramsay dividing the 18 chefs into two teams of men vs. women and challenging them to create their signature dishes.
Happy hump day mi gente! Are you ready to find out who is the winner of “So You Think You Can Dance?” Tonight at 8pm on FOX, America’s Favorite Dancer is chosen in the Season 11 finale.
Happy Hump Day and get ready for a night full of fabulous television!
Happy Wednesday y’all! Some of the headlines making the rounds today: Michael Strahan’s presence with ABC continues to grow, Samuel L. Jackson’s recent late night TV show visit proves he’s still very cool and a new teaser for Halle Berry’s CBS thriller “Extant” is available. Check it all out plus more.
Black beauty is a powerful thing. It encompasses the broad range of beauty reflected in women of color from Zoe Saldana to Kelly Rowland. And while millions have always admired the allure of black women, the billion-dollar beauty industry has lately been taking note.
Oscar winner Halle Berry was quick to squash rumors of marital strife with her husband, actor Oliver Martinez, during a recent appearance on “Extra.”
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.
Selecting a winner on a competitive TV show like is never easy. But it’s got to be done.
By Tim Kenneally Halle Berry is getting militaristic with the History channel. The “Monster’s Ball” actress is developing a miniseries, which bears the working title “Hannibal.” Also read: Halle Berry’s CBS Series ‘Extant’ Casts ‘Looper’ Actor Berry will executive produce, with Jeffrey Caine (“Goldeneye”) writing the script. The project will follow the story of legendary […]
Give credit to “Saturday Night Live” executive producer Lorne Michaels. The man knows how to build—and rebuild—a franchise. Marking the show’s 39th season as a late-night fixture on NBC, Michaels has managed to keep the cast fresh, and this year is no exception.