BET will be heating up this winter with the return of “Being Mary Jane” and a new series about HBCU life titled “The Quad.” Peep the new clips inside…
"Being Mary Jane" fans get excited!
After almost a year since season 3 wrapped, we finally know when the hit BET series is returning. “BMJ” will be returning January 2017! A little ways from now, but at least we finally know when we can expect to see it.
For Season 4, Mary Jane, played by Gabrielle Union, will be making moves in a new city (seemingly New York) where she will meet new love interests and y’all know chick will get herself into some ish, as she typically does. Details are still a bit scarce about the upcoming season, but we’re more than happy to know Mary Jane and her antics will be taking over our televisions in a few months.
Peep the trailer for the new season below:
BET has some more heat for their January line up:
Get ready for a brand new series about life at a HBCU!
"The Quad" takes viewers inside the unique, culture-filled world of Historically Black Colleges and Universities that stars Tony Award winners Anika Noni Rose and Ruben Santiago-Hudson and YBF icon Jasmine Guy. It’s expected to premiere in January 2017 and HERE for it.
The series is both directed and written by FAMU alum Rob Hardy, who also directed recent episodes of "blackish," "How To Get Away With Murder," "Empire," "Power" and more.
Below is a synopsis of the new series:
Upon her arrival, Dr. Eva Fletcher (Rose) finds a bold and diverse freshman class that promises to keep her hands full as the newly elected President of the fictional college Georgia A&M. Eva is charged with not only saving the prestigious HBCU from bankruptcy, but also her twenty-year marriage from crumbling while managing a tumultuous relationship with her rebellious only daughter.
Sounds so good.
Peep the trailer above.
“The Quad” will make its debut on January 31, 2017. Mark your calendars!