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“Tyler has been an incredible collaborator, a great partner and has an unprecedented track record of success with his hit scripted series,” said Erik Logan, president, OWN.
“Tyler’s shows are must see TV for his loyal audience and we are excited to offer up a brand-new comedy and more episodes of their favorite Tyler dramas on OWN.” delivered 3.6 million viewers (L 3) and ranked as the night’s #1 cable telecast for women.
The series also stars Crystle Stewart, Jason Olive, Kent Faulcon, Kiki Haynes Cocoa Brown and Brad James.
The series also stars Jackée Harry, Stephanie Charles, Markice Moore, JD Mc Crary and Sanai Victoria. ET/PT) – The one-hour drama follows the tangled lives of the wealthy Cryer and Harrington families and the poor Young family.Hanna and her son, Benny, (Tyler Lepley) are stripped of everything they have once Candace’s (Tika Sumpter) latest hustle fails miserably.“IF LOVING YOU IS WRONG” (New Season Premieres Tuesday, March 21 at 9 p.m.In its most recent season (9/13/16 – 11/29/16), “THE PAYNES” (Premieres in 2018) – In this spin-off of Tyler Perry’s hit comedy “House of Payne,” Curtis and Ella Payne (stars La Van Davis and Cassi Davis reprising their roles) are trying to enjoy their retirement in Florida only to get roped into a real estate deal that will tumble their lives like clothes in a dryer.The series also stars Emmy winner Jackée Harry, Stephanie Charles, Markice Moore, JD Mc Crary and Sanai Victoria. Today, OWN announced the TV series has been renewed for a sixth and final season.From Tyler Perry, the sitcom revolves around a lovesick married couple, their family, and friends.In its fourth season, which premiered January 3 as the night’s #1 cable telecast for women, “The Haves and the Have Nots” continues to heat up as Hanna (Crystal R.Fox), the moral conscience, is tested like never before.“LOVE THY NEIGHBOR” (Finale Season Premieres Saturday, March 4 at 9 p.m.“FOR BETTER OR WORSE” (Finale Season Premieres Saturday, June 10 at 9 p.m.