It’s time for that roller coaster ride that has you squealing with delight one minute, then screaming in horror (and frustration) the next. That’s right, OWN’s “The Haves and the Have Nots” returned for season three last night and I realize I always feel so torn about the show, including the season premiere. On the one […]
This Saturday, HBO will be airing the bio pic, “Bessie,” which stars Queen Latifah (aka Dana Owens) as the legendary blues singer Bessie Smith. The film, directed by Dee Rees (“Pariah“), not only focuses on Bessie’s rise to prominence in the jazz and blues world but also her bisexuality and many romances with both men and […]
While last season, we watched as Jeffrey Harrington struggled to come out of the closet and deal with the fact that his attraction to straight Wyatt Cryer wasn’t reciprocated, Jeffrey has come into his own much more in the second season of the OWN hit series, “The Haves and the Have Nots.” However, this being […]
“The Normal Heart”: If you missed Sunday’s premiere of the adaptation of the Larry Kramer play, you can watch the film here, on HBO Go or you can also check airdates on the HBO website. “The Night Shift”: The title says it all as the new medical drama starring Eoin Macken, Freddy Rodriguez and Jill […]
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.
Oprah didn’t get an Oscar nod for her work in “Lee Daniels’ The Butler” but maybe she’ll take home a Tony instead. The media maven’s hoping to make her Broadway debut in “Night Mother,” according to The New York Times.
A pal and I were discussing the popularity of Bravo’s new show, “Blood, Sweat & Heels,” and how despite what seemed like low-to-average promotion, the show became the network’s highest-rated premiere ever.
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.
“Oh my God, worst hairdo ever,” exclaims Oprah Winfrey, catching sight of her 1990s talk-show self on an OWN office TV showing “Oprah: Where Are They Now?” But she glances approvingly at another monitor showing a Tyler Perry sitcom.
“All My Children” & “One Life to Live” Get Off to a Slow Start on OWN The ratings for the first week of “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” on OWN are now available. Both shows averaged an underwhelming 0.1 Household rating, with individual episodes garnering between 666,000 and 154,000 Total Viewers, on […]