( ENSPIRE Entertainment ) From Crime to Sitcoms, Watch it all on TV One Networks’ “Ones to Watch & Binge”
ENSPIRE Contributor: Wesley Tran
For an entire week, starting on Monday, April 17, TV One Networks broadcasted their “Ones to Watch & Binge.” From crime shows such as “Fatal Attractions” and “ATL Homicide” to sitcoms like “The Bernie Mac Show,” TV One Networks had something for everyone. TV One Networks is the hub of black culture and entertainment with a broad offering of original programming and classic series, serving diverse audiences for TV One and CLEO TV. Launched in January 2004, TV One currently serves 47 million households, and CLEO TV, launched in January 2019, is the sister network with a 42 million household reach. Each network has a unique audience that serves viewers with fan favorites from TV One such as Unsung, Uncensored, Fatal Attraction, Payback, Tough Love: Atlanta, Never Would Have Made It: The Marvin Sapp Story, and Urban One Honors.
CLEO TV, a lifestyle and entertainment network targeting Millennial and Gen X women of color, delivers content that uplifts and inspires today’s modern-day women. Viewers of CLEO TV can expect award-winning content in original and acquired series including Boss Girl’s Guide, Culture Kitchen, New Soul Kitchen, Just Eats with Chef JJ, Global Gourmet, Living By Design, Tia Mowry’s Quick Fix and All Things Adrienne House to Home. Both networks are owned by Urban One, Inc., formerly known as Radio One, Inc., which is the largest African-American-owned and operated multi-media company.
In Season 13 of Fatal Attraction, which returned on Monday, April 17 at 9 PM ET, the body of a college student is found in an open grave, her family is sure she was strangled by a boyfriend with a history of mental illness. However, he seems to have an airtight alibi. Could someone in her circle of friends be the one who wanted her dead?
Following the crime theme, our favorite detectives returned with an all-new episode of ATL Homicide on Monday, April 17 at 10 PM ET. A U.S. Veteran is found shot in the abdomen just minutes from his home. Quinn and Vince must assist Detective Barker in solving the murder. As the case begins to stall, it may take the whole neighborhood to help bring the killer to justice.
Blasting on the scene in October of 1966 in Oakland, California, the Black Panther Party was a subversive civil rights group that became an international sensation with a “freedom by any means necessary philosophy.” Along the way, they empowered a generation but raised a lot of hell, tangled with police forces across the nation, and were eventually the public enemy number of the FBI’s infamous COINTELPRO program, which essentially targeted and wiped out numerous African American organizations. CELEBRITY CRIME FILES looked at the life and crimes of its founders Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale and its shining princess, the great Angela Davis on Monday, April 17 at 11 PM ET.
If you miss the 80s and 90s as much as we do, you may have wanted to tune into TV One on Tuesday, April 18! Each episode of the sitcoms, A Different World, Living Single, and The Cosby Show is sure to entertain viewers all day long. Plus, find out just how far people will go for love on the TV One original series, For My Man.
Check out specific air times for TV One’s Tuesday programming here to find out when you can tune into The Cosby Show!
On Wednesday, April 19, TV One came back with even more sitcom fun! Catch even more episodes of A Different World, Living Single, The Cosby Show, and The Bernie Mac Show.
To check out specific air times for TV One’s Wednesday programming click here.