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Being Mary Jane just got a little bit hotter.
Ealy makes quite the entrance as a man from Mary Jane's (Union) past, whose appearance at Great Day USA doesn't go unnoticed.
"What are you talking about? Which guy?" Kara asks back, scanning the newsroom.
"Justin, as in got you fired a**hole Talbot?" Kara says. "Oh my God, what is he doing here?"
"I don't know »
Bet reportedly wanted the cast of the Being Mary Jane TV show to film season four and season five back-to-back (presumably to save on production costs). However, Gabrielle Union had it in her contract that there would be a significant break between seasons. That lawsuit was ultimately settled but there's been no word on if Being Mary Jane has or will be renewed for season five. Will it be cancelled instead? Stay tuned.Being Mary Jane revolves around the life of a successful TV news anchor from Atlanta, Mary Jane Paul (Gabrielle Union). In season four, when Kara (Lisa Vidal) helps her land a gig as a correspondent on a national morning news show in NYC, Mary Jane makes the move to achieve her lifetime career goal of becoming a national lead anchor. The rest of the cast includes Margaret Avery, Aaron D. Spears, Richard Brooks, Bj »
Some new faces are joining Being Mary Jane. Today, Bet released a new preview introducing the cast of the series' upcoming fourth season.The scripted drama centers on Mary Jane (Gabrielle Union), a successful Atlanta-based TV news anchor. The cast also includes Omari Hardwick, Lisa Vidal, Richard Roundtree, Margaret Avery, Richard Brooks, Bj Britt, Jr., and Raven Goodwin.Read More… »
3 items from 2017
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