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Everyone’s favorite reality tv queen Tiffany Pollard aka New York is starring on an episode of E!’s “Botched.” Watch a preview inside and see the list of coming attractions to TV ONE including Vivica A. Fox on “Hollywood Divas.”

“I Love New York” star Tiffany Pollard is back…well…at least for a short time. We haven’t seen or heard from TV’s original “Ratchet Queen” in a few years and now we know why…she was uncomfortable with her body. On the E! series “Botched” Dr. Paul Nassif and Dr. Terry Dubrow hook up with Tiffany and attempt to correct her plastic surgery.

After Tiffany “went Hollywood” and got breast implants, she started having complications. As you’ll see during the preview, she’s very unhappy with her results and is tired of allowing her boobs to stop her career. Whatver that entails. Season 2 of Botched premieres April 14 on E!

In other television previews…

TV ONE has an interesting lineup of shows headed to the channel and we’ve got a roundup for you. Among the highlights, we spotted a new series about strippers, a sequel to Girlfriends Getaway, a show about Black Debutantes and Vivica A. Fox guesting on Hollywood Divas!

Check out what’s in store below:


Born Again Virgin – This sexy and sassy half-hour romantic comedy explores today’s contemporary dating landscape through the eyes and experiences of three 30-something best friends. The series focuses on Jenna, a professional vlogger who decides to become celibate after a stream of unsuccessful dates and hook-ups leave her wanting more. She decides to document her newly adapted sex-fast and share the hilarious ‘sexcapades’ of her girlfriends – Kelly and Tara. Each week, the ladies will comically work through their friendship, dating woes and career challenges while showcasing heartfelt moments. Produced by Swirl Films, the new comedy is scheduled to premiere in July 2015.

For My Man – According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, more than 200,000 women in the United States are living behind bars. For My Man is a true crime series that features the shocking stories of women who have been arrested for crimes they committed in the name of love. From a killing spree across the Midwest to an inside informant at the DEA, these women have no limits as to how far they will go to support their men. These are the stories of the obsessions and weaknesses that fueled their falls from grace. Produced by Sirens Productions, the series is scheduled to premiere in August 2015.

The Next 15 – The Next 15 brings to life Andy Warhol’s infamous quip that, “in the future, everyone will be world-famous for fifteen minutes.” This new reality series unites a group of male and female former reality stars that crave another 15 minutes of fame. Through the series, the personalities confront the issues that continue to present personal challenges and block their chances for success to capture another 15 minutes of fame. Produced by Carlos King (Hollywood Divas, Real Housewives of Atlanta) and Eclipse TV, the series is slated to premiere in 4th quarter 2015.


The Summoning – Starring the network’s own Hollywood Diva Paula Jai Parker (Hollywood Divas, True Blood) alongside Terrell Tilford (CSI, Single Ladies) and Darius McCrary (Family Matters), The Summoning is a thriller that explores what happens when a remarried widow and mother summons the return of her first husband to spend one more night with him. Problem is, when he returns, he’s not the same guy she remembers and he has no intention of leaving and wants his family back. Directed by Charles Murray (Sons of Anarchy, Things Never Said), the TV One world premiere movie is slated to premiere in June 2015.

Girlfriends Getaway 2 – This fabulous fun-filled film reunites actresses Garcelle Beauvais (Grimm, The Mentalist), Malinda Williams (Soul Food), Terri J. Vaughn (Steve Harvey Show), and Essence Atkins (Haunted House, Are We There Yet?) from the original film. The fearless foursome once again sets off for a relaxing tropical holiday only to find it tinged with a little suspense, a lot of humor and the power of friendship. Produced and Directed by Roger Bobb (House of Pain, The Rickey Smiley Show, It’s A Mann’s World ), the film is slated to premiere in 3rd quarter 2015.

The Unsung Miki Howard Story – Not many R&B artists have enjoyed a string of #1 hits like Grammy nominated artist, Miki Howard (Come Share My Love, Ain’t Nobody Like You, Love Under New Management, Baby Be Mine). Groomed to compete with Whitney Houston in the 80’s, Miki’s career was derailed by poor relationship choices and drug addiction. Miki’s story of survival ranges from being raised by neglectful gospel singers to being thrown out of the house at 16 years old and having love affairs with Gerald Levert and Easy E. The film is slated to premiere in 1st quarter 2016.


Debutantes – This docu-reality series lifts the veil of the glittering ballrooms, white dresses, ballroom dancing, etiquette training, curtseying and white gloves of debutante balls and offers a behind-the-scenes look at the rites and rituals and drama of preparing young ladies for womanhood and their society debut.

Strippers (working title) – A provocative documentary series that reveals the sub-culture of women living dual lives of being a student, housewife or mother by day and a stripper by night. Throughout the series, viewers will have a chance to better understand the circumstances surrounding the women who choose to strip for a living.


Hollywood Divas – The reality series continues to follow actresses Elise Neal (The Hughleys), Golden Brooks(Girlfriends; Second Chance Christmas), Paula Jai Parker (Hustle and Flow; The Summoning), Countess Vaughn (The Parkers) and Lisa Wu (Real Housewives of Atlanta) as they navigate life in Hollywood and attempt to stay relevant in the unpredictable entertainment industry. This season adds special guest star, Vivica A. Fox

Unsung – A perennial viewer favorite, TV One’s multi award-winning …read more

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