The Show Must Go On: VH1’s “SINGLE LADIES’ ” Picked Up By Network
Fans of the show “Single Ladies” can breathe again.
It was just reported recently that the VH1 show: “Single Ladies” would be canceled after its third season run, and just in the nick of time and before the show’s leading ladies could bid us all farewell, it (and they: LisaRaye McCoy, Denise Vasi, Charity Shea and Letoya Luckett) received the kiss of life by Centric Network, as announced this past Tuesday.
Centric Network will take on the hot hit show riddled with the hot cast of characters, whose premise is set around three single stiletto-clad women navigating their way through Atlanta while making a few stops, receiving a few bumps and bruises, and pumping the brakes on varying life and love situations along the way.
Each of their lives and careers tell a story of unique character dynamics while in the same regard: they are all seeking, losing, finding love along the way.
As a part of an exclusive production deal with the show’s executive producer’s [Queen Latifah]’s entertainment company “Flavor Unit,” during prime time hours, the network will air segments of Queen Latifah’s talk show: “The Queen Latifah Show” (which was renewed for season 2 on CBS).
Source: L.A Ross/ The Wrap