( ENSPIRE Entertainment ) TV One’s Award-Winning Docu-Series Returns This Sunday
We are always looking to stay up to date on the successes and stories of some of our favorite celebrities. All-new episodes of TV One’s original docu-series, “UNSUNG” and “UNCENSORED” debut Sunday, September 25. “UNSUNG” leads with R&B favorite Tony Terry at 9 p.m. ET/8C followed by “UNCENSORED” featuring award-winning actor and entertainer Kadeem Hardison at 10 p.m. ET/9C. Each episode will be published on TV One’s website TVOne.tv.
Directly following “UNSUNG” is the return of the hit, autobiographical series “UNCENSORED”, which explores the lives of popular celebrities and personalities. They provide first-hand accounts of their successes and the obstacles they faced throughout their careers. The premiere episode highlights award-winning actor and icon Kadeem Hardison. While best known for his career-defining role as Dwayne Wayne in the classic “A Different World”. Kadeem transparently and authentically shares the story of his nearly four-decade career.
This week’s episode of “UNSUNG” highlights R&B icon Tony Terry. The talented singer rose to fame in the late 80s and early 90s. But he has stayed busy both on records and the stage for over a quarter century. The DC native began as a backing vocalist for the pop act Sweet Sensation before being signed by Epic Records in 1987. Terry’s debut album, Forever Yours, landed two top 10 singles in “Lovey Dovey” and “She’s Fly.” His signature song came two years later when the beautiful love ballad “With You” became an across-the-board smash. Now, he shares the journey of his early success, experiencing longevity in the entertainment industry, and clears the air in his own words.
“UNSUNG,” one of the network’s longest-running and award-winning series, highlights the careers and explores the personal lives of some of the most talented and influential Black artists, performers, and musicians in history.
Be sure to catch these episodes and more on TV One’s website this Sunday, September 25, at 9 P.M./8C AND 10 P.M./9C