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Check out the trailer for TV One's new original action-thriller Down for Whatever. It premieres Sunday night at 8 p.m. EST.  

Down for Whatever stars LeToya Luckett-Walker as Tracy, a young successful doctor who has it all except for the traditional family environment. While she is married to her detective husband, Mike (Hosea Chanchez) she longs for the love from the mother and father she never had since she grew up in foster care.

Today's UPFRONT is star-studded indeed!  I hit the road last weekend for the American Black Film Festival (ABFF) in South Beach, Miami. While there I attended the premiere of TV One's upcoming action thriller - Down for Whatever. I'll be playing interviews from time I spent on the set with the film stars---LeToya Luckett, Bre-z, Imani Hakim and Hosea Chanchez. Click here to see more images from their red carpet premiere.

This weekend's edition of UPFRONT was truly star-studded. It featured snippets of my one-on-one conversations with R&B/Jazz diva Regina Belle, Power actor Joseph Sikora and Marlon stars Essence Atkins and Bresha Webb. 

Belle is appearing on this weekend's edition of UNSUNG and stopped by to chat about that and her musical legacy. She also talked about what the rest of 2018 holds for her and much more. (Click here for the full conversation).

Grammy Award-winning songstress Regina Belle is the subject of Sunday night's new episode of TV One's UNSUNG. The accomplished singer-songwriter and overall music diva opens up about her greatest accomplishments as well as some hurdles that could have totally altered her life and career. However, Belle was able to move past her obstacles and continues to mesmerize audiences today with her undeniable talent and showmanship. 

TV One has released a trailer for its new true crime series, ATL HOMICIDE. It premieres on Monday, July 9 at 10 p.m. 

 

Veteran homicide detectives David Quinn and Vince Velazquez of Atlanta PD have stories-and they're sharing some of the grittiest of them all. As part of the network's "True Crime Mondays," ATL Homicide dives into these stories with detectives Quinn and Velazquez as they recount their personal experiences solving these cases, alongside astonishing dramatic re-creations that transport viewers into each case.

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