|[07/14/17 - 10:08 AM]
Viacom Announces Multi-Year Content Partnership with Tyler Perry
Perry will produce approximately 90 episodes annually of original drama and comedy series for BET and other Viacom networks, and Viacom will have exclusive licensing rights on this programming.
|[03/14/13 - 07:08 AM]
TV One Presents World Television Premiere of Russ Parr's "The Undershepherd" Saturday, March 30, 8PM/ET
Isaiah Washington, Lamman Rucker, Malinda Williams, Elise Neal, Vanessa Bell Calloway, Clifton Powell, Bill Cobb, Robinne Lee, Keith David and Louis Gossett, Jr. star.
|[10/01/12 - 09:05 AM]
OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network Strikes Exclusive Multi-Year Partnership with Tyler Perry
Highlights include two new scripted series for the network to premiere in mid 2013.
|[02/16/12 - 10:45 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, February 16
Updates include: Kristin Kreuk to star in The CW's "Beauty and the Beast"; Colin Ferguson to be "Like Father" for FOX; and Malin Akerman, Jean Smart join "The Smart One" at ABC.
|[11/28/11 - 07:24 AM]
GMC TV Announces the World Television Premiere of Its First Original Gospel Play Series "She's Still Not Our Sister"
Kellita Smith, Christian Keyes, Jackee Harry and Trini-i-tee 57 star in the four-part series, premiering Saturday, December 10.
||[10/10/11 - 02:50 PM]
TBS Sends Tyler Perry Comedies to Friday Nights
"House of Payne" and "Meet the Browns" will make the shift later this month while newcomer "For Better or Worse" will now launch Friday, November 25.
|[04/26/11 - 11:02 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, April 26
Updates include: "One Tree Hill" actors locked up for season nine; HBO adds to "Game Change" cast; and Lauren Stamile to recur on USA's "Burn Notice."
|[04/26/11 - 11:40 AM]
TBS Orders Tyler Perry's "For Better or Worse"
Michael Jai White and Tasha Smith star in the series, which is based on the "Why Did I Get Married?" films.
||[01/27/11 - 02:09 PM]
2010 Year in Review/2011 Year in Preview: TBS
A look at what's ahead on the cable channel, plus a recap of its 2010 ratings highlights.
|[12/15/10 - 09:29 AM]
TBS Retakes First Place Among Adults 18-34 in Primetime; Network Scored Big in 2010 with Late-Night and Original Sitcoms
TBS spins the numbers for the year to date.
|[06/03/10 - 11:50 AM]
TBS's Are We There Yet? Arrives as First Comedy Hit of the Summer
TBS spins the numbers for Wednesday, June 2.
||[04/09/10 - 09:32 AM]
Exclusive: TBS Books "Neighbors from Hell," "Are We There Yet?" for June
"Are We There Yet?" will launch Wednesday, June 2 while animated comedy "Neighbors from Hell" is due Monday, June 7.
|[12/30/09 - 08:34 AM]
The Closer, "True Blood" Lead 2009's Scripted Cable Series
Plus: how more than 60 of cable's scripted series fared in 2009.
|[12/10/09 - 12:25 PM]
Tnt, TBS and TruTV Achieve Major Milestones in 2009
Turner spins the numbers for the year to date.
|[11/16/09 - 06:36 PM]
Development Update: Monday, November 16
Updates include: Justin Theroux to visit NBC's "Parks & Recreation"; ABC cuts "Romantically Challenged" to seven episodes; and Larry Charles books a new comedy at NBC.
|[10/20/09 - 11:44 AM]
TNT's "The Closer" to Return on December 7
The three-week stunt will lead into newcomer "Men of a Certain Age" at 10:00/9:00c.
|[09/01/09 - 08:38 AM]
Tyler Perry to Host the Tyler Perry Show, One-Hour Special Profiling His Latest Film, I Can Do Bad All by Myself
Taraji P. Henson, Adam Rodriguez, Gladys Knight and Pastor Marvin Winans to also appear on the special, airing Wednesday, September 9.
|[07/23/09 - 08:29 AM]
TBS Extends Run of Tyler Perry's House of Payne, Cable's Biggest Sitcom Hit of All Time
The 46-episode order will bring its series total to an impressive 172 episodes.
|[07/15/09 - 06:30 AM]
TBS Orders 10 Episodes of Are We There Yet?, New Sitcom from Joe Roth, Ice Cube and Distributed by Debmar-Mercury
"Everybody Hates Chris" alum Terry Crews will topline the series with Ice Cube returning in a recurring role.
|[05/20/09 - 07:03 AM]
Tnt, TBS and TruTV Showcase Upcoming Series and Unveil Impressive Development Slate at 2009 Upfront
The slate includes projects in development from industry giants Steven Spielberg and Steven Bochco and box-office star Kevin James.
|[05/05/09 - 01:15 PM]
Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns Ready to Light Up Summer with New Season of Laughter, Exclusively on Tbs
The new season begins Wednesday, May 27 with back-to-back episodes airing at 10 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. (ET/PT).
|[05/01/09 - 02:10 PM]
Tbs, Ifc, We TV and E! Pile on the Summer Premieres
E! "Kendra" and WE tv's "Raising Sextuplets" are the latest to join the more than 50 new series set to launch this summer.
|[02/05/09 - 01:26 PM]
TBS Expands Order for Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns, from Debmar-Mercury, to 80 Episodes
"I am thrilled to be extending my relationship with TBS," Perry said. "From an artistic point of view, it has been a delight creating MEET THE BROWNS and watching how my audience has embraced it so quickly."
|[01/27/09 - 06:49 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, January 27
Updates include: ABC adds three more pilots; FOX plans a "Masterwork"; and TBS on track to extend "Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns."
|[12/12/08 - 03:40 PM]
TBS Adds "Browns" in January, "My Boys" in March
"Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns," based on the film and play of the same name, will premiere Wednesday, January 7 at 10:00/9:00c.
|[11/26/08 - 02:08 PM]
Tyler Perry Studios and Writers Guild Announce Agreement
The contract with the WGA was the last union agreement outstanding for Tyler Perry Studios, which had previously brokered deals with the Teamsters, IATSE, SAG, DGA, and others.
|[08/26/08 - 09:12 AM]
TBS Orders Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns from Debmar-Mercury
TBS has ordered 10 episodes of the new sitcom, which is slated to premiere in January 2009.