K. Michelle Lands Spin Off
K. Michelle has landed her own reality show spin off just in case you didn’t see it coming, we told you so… The “Love & Hip Hop” star will be front and center of her own series, “Untitled K.Michelle Project” (working title). But she isn’t the only new addition to VH1, the popular network is rolling out the red carpet for a slew of new shows.
This year is jam packed. From the scripted movie “Drumline: A New Beat,” “LeAnn & Eddie,” “Suave Says” (working title), “Naked Dating” (working title), and “Make Or Break: The Linda Perry Project” “I ‘Heart’ NICK CARTER,” and “This Is Hot 97,” you might as well set your DVR now! Not to mention, Joseline and Stebbie are coming back!
In other TV news, Oxygen is tapping into the VH1 blueprint for success and rebranding themselves outside of the “Bad Girls Cub” franchise with their new show, “Ladies of Hip Hop” that follows five up-and-coming female rappers as they navigate their way through the male-dominated rap world and chart their way to success. The cast consists of Diamond (of Crime Mob fame), Brianna Perry out of Miami, Siya (who is an openly lesbian artist signed to Tank), Nyemiah Supreme (a Queens MC signed to Timbaland) and Bia, a boston native signed to Pharrell’s iamOther.
And we’re not done. With the surplus of reality and docu-series, Oprah is getting in on the action. “Love In The City” is coming to OWN.
Here’s a little bit about the show:
Kiyah, Bershawn, Chenoa and Tiffany have known each other for more than ten years, and are constant sources of inspiration, support, competition and companionship to one another. Through the group’s adventures, misadventures, romances, successes and life-altering struggles, they may not always see eye-to-eye, but when push comes to shove, they are there for each other with solid and unwavering support as they each face their own unique challenges and triumphs.
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