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Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Beau Bridges Join Queen Latifah in Netflix Thriller ‘End of the Road’

Chris “Ludacris” Bridges of The Fast and the Furious franchise and Beau Bridges are boarding the Netflix thriller End of the Road. Queen Latifah was earlier announced to star as Brenda, a recent widow who, after losing her job, drives her family cross-country to start a new life. In the New Mexico desert, cut off […]

This Week in TV: ‘Gentleman Jack,’ NFL Draft, ‘Being Mary Jane’ Finale

The NFL Draft, HBO's 'Gentleman Jack' and the end of 'Being Mary Jane' highlight the premieres and finales in the week of April 22.

‘Being Mary Jane’ to End on BET in 2018 With Two-Hour Movie

The Gabrielle Union-led drama was one of the cabler's first original series.

BET Taps Will Packer, Erica Shelton Kodish to Take Over ‘Being Mary Jane’

The pair take over the network's flagship drama from departing Mara Brock Akil and Salim Akil.

‘New Girl,”Fresh Off the Boat’ Showrunners Discuss How to Be “Culturally Bilingual” for TV Work

"Men are afraid to write female characters, but as a woman, I do and I'm expected to write male characters all the time," said Liz Meriwether at a Tribeca panel.

BET Renews ‘Being Mary Jane’ for Season 4

The series is one of the network's top-rated projects.

‘Being Mary Jane’ Ratings Still Going Strong With Renewal In the Air

Creator Mara Brock Akil recently signed a deal with WBTV, which would diminish her role on the drama if it goes to a fourth season.

BET’s ‘Being Mary Jane’ Renewed for Third Season

The Gabrielle Union series earns a quick pickup after just one episode of its sophomore run.

Gabrielle Union Speaks on Nude Photo Hack: Apple and Google Should “Realize This Is a Crime”

"You'd hope they'd care as much about you as you do about the new iPhone 6. … If these women weren’t celebrities, there would be much more outrage"

26 Productions Qualify for California Tax Incentives

The California Film Commission has vetted and approved 11 features, 13 TV series and two telepics, which share $100 million in annual financial incentives.