UPFRONT/Inside Atlanta's Entertainment Industry

Saturdays 9:00am

UPFRONT/Inside Atlanta’s Entertainment Industry takes an in-depth look at Atlanta’s arts and entertainment scene including TV, film, theater, music and more. UPFRONT features one-on-one interviews with all of the major players and the behind-the-scenes influencers that make ATL Hollywood South.

Check out today's edition of UPFRONT Inside Atlanta's Entertainment Industry. It features Stephanie Heydt from the High Museum of Art, AAFCA's Ed Adams plus Tyler Perry and the ladies of the Netflix movie, A Fall from Grace: Crystal Fox, Bresha Webb and Phylicia Rashad. 

Happy New Year Everyone!!! Check out my recent edition of UPFRONT Inside Atlanta's Entertainment Industry featuring Tracy McMillan, host of OWN's Family or Fiance plus Like a Boss star and singer Jacob Latimore and music legend Dionne Warwick. 

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Check out today's edition of UPFRONT featuring Ambitions star Brian White and Just Mercy actress Karan Kendrick. 

Actor, dancer and producer Brian White stopped by UPFRONT to chat about this week's exciting season finale of his OWN hit series Ambitions. He also opens up about working with the great Robin Givens, his 20 year work relationship with Ambitions executive producer Will Packer and why he doesn't feel like he's "arrived" in his career. Check out our full un-edited version of our conversation below: 

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Check out this weekend's edition of UPFRONT Inside Atlanta's Entertainment Industry. It features my conversations with Miranda Childress, producer of the Miss Black America Atlanta Pageant and TV & film critic Sharronda Williams. 

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Check out this weekend's edition of UPFRONT featuring interviews with actresses Aloma Wright and Khalilah Joi, actress turned director Terri J. Vaughn and Emmy-winning actor Sterling K. Brown. 

Aloma Wright and Khalilah Joi stopped by this week to discuss the re-airing of their OWN original movie Baking Christmas. It features Wright as Patty, a successful baker who plans to retire at the end of the year with the hopes that one of her three children will take over the family business.

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