Looks Like They Won’t Be Single Unemployed Ladies Anymore

single-ladiesin a surprise twist that is usually life,
and having power behind you,
it seems like vh1’s cancelled “single ladies” will be making their return…

The Queen Latifah-produced scripted series “Single Ladies” has found new life on Centric, the BET sibling cabler.

Centric has ordered a fourth season of the romantic comedy series, which previously aired on VH1, as part of a larger content development pact with Latifah’s Flavor Unit Entertainment. Centric will also carry repeats of Latifah’s daytime syndie talker.

“We are thrilled to be working once again with Flavor Unit Entertainment and Queen Latifah. She does it all and we are happy to have her join us as a creative force as we continue to grow Centric into a premiere destination for African American women,” said BET Networks chairman-CEO Debra Lee.

The “Single Ladies” pickup was the centerpiece of Centric’s portion of BET Networks’ upfront presentation announcement in Los Angeles Tuesday.

Flavor Unit, run by Latifah and partner Shakim Compere, is already in business with BET as the producer of the scripted comedy “Let’s Stay Together.”

will this move require lisa raye to attend acting classes?
shit they all need a fresh start with some bomb acting range!
i’d rather a living single spinoff with a new cast before this tho!
this show seems cooked to me for some reason.
congrats i guess?
all the vixens seem to only be watching for the fashion.
i guess i’m the only one who likes a good plot.

article courtesy: variety

Author: jamari fox

the fox invited to the blogging table.

7 thoughts on “Looks Like They Won’t Be Single Unemployed Ladies Anymore”

  1. Goddamn it!

    You’re right tho, most people I know don’t even watch it for the sing ladies. I heard my friend telling someone on the phone that she only she watches it to hear the funny stuff the gay dude will say.

    We all know The Game is just a dead horse being beaten until the maggots show up.

    Black entertainment is so dead.

  2. The same thing happened to The Game when it was cancelled by the CW, and surprisingly it did well its first season on BET.

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