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The Queen Latifah/Flavor Unit-produced drama, "Brotherly Love," is written and directed by Jamal Hill, with Eric D. Hill Jr., Cory Hardrict, and Keke Palmer starring. The Overbrook High School, Philly-set film follows basketball star Sergio Taylor (Eric D. Hill Jr.) and his struggles navigating the fame that comes with being a star athlete. Hardict plays his older brother June, and Palmer plays his sister Jackie - both siblings who saw their own dreams and ambitions sidetracked by their father's death. Romeo Miller, Logan Browning, Eric Hill, Quincy Brown, Faizon Love, Macy Gray, and Malik Yoba round out »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Bet has also hopped on board the nostalgia train, announcing at its upfront presentation Thursday that it plans to revamp “Punk’d,” the hidden-camera show originally hosted by Ashton Kutcher that ran on sister network MTV. A host was not named at the presentation.
The upcoming slate also includes “Zoe Moon,” a sitcom starring Brandy Norwood as a single mom, and “Chasing Destiny,” a singing competition show featuring Destiny’s Child alum Kelly Rowland as she searches for the next big girl group.
“Black consumers experience Bet Networks differently than any other network because of our 35 years of history, tremendous experience and insights. We continue to give our viewers what they want – high-quality content that respects, reflects and elevates them,” said Bet Networks chair-ceo Debra Lee. “With more hours of original programming than ever before, our new shows coupled with our returning hits like ‘Being Mary Jane’ and ‘Nellyville’ make »
- Whitney Friedlander
It seems like Kevin Hart is everywhere these days. 2014 saw Hart star in three No. 1 films (Ride Along, About Last Night, Think Like a Man Too) and land a role in the acclaimed Top Five alongside Chris Rock. His latest film, The Wedding Ringer, hits theaters this week, and his upcoming schedule (Get Hard, also starring Will Ferrell) shows no signs of slowing down. Cheers to that! If you want to say you liked Hart before his breakout year, Netflix has the hook-up on some oldies but goodies. From stand-up comedy specials to reality television parodies, this dude has done it all — and it’s streaming for your viewing pleasure. Here are 11 Hart-heavy treats that are just one click away.
Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain (2013)
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Hart takes the stage at Madison Square Garden to deliver some stand-up realness as part of his Let Me Explain world tour. He sold out the joint, »
- Christopher Rosa
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