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Michael Vick apparently has no plans to appear in a reality series.
Michael Vick could reportedly return to a starring television role before he returns as a starter on the football field.
BET has announced Harlem Heights, a new reality series that will follow eight young African Americans as they attempt to make their mark on New York City, will premiere Monday, March 2 at 10PM ET/PT.
BET has announced that the third season of Baldwin Hills will premiere on Tuesday, January 27 at 10PM ET/PT.
BET has announced Sunday Best's second season will premiere Sunday, March 8 at 9PM ET/PT.
BET has announced the host, judges and grand prize package for Sunday Best, a new reality competition series that will aim to find the country's next great gospel singer.
BET has announced the premiere of Sunday Best, a new reality talent competition series that will aim to find the country's next great gospel singer.
BET has announced College Hill Interns, a spin-off of its successful College Hill docu-reality series, is scheduled to premiere in October.
BET has announced the premiere of Baldwin Hills, a new Laguna Beach-like docu-reality series that will follow the lives of 12 African-American teens, some of whom have wealthy parents and enjoy the accompanying lifestyles and others who have had a much tougher upbringing living in a nearby neighborhood.
BET has announced the premiere of Hell Date, a new reality series that will trick contestants who are aiming to find their soulmates into going on dates with hired thespians.
BET has announced that the fourth season of College Hill will premiere Tuesday, March 6 at 10PM ET/PT.
Billed as "television's first-ever Black dramatic reality show," BET's new College Hill series will be premiering, tonight, January 28 at 9 PM ET/PT.
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