TV One Highlights Ray J And K. Michelle In Unsung Hollywood & Uncensored

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TV ONE Highlights RAY J and K. MICHELLE In A Back-To-Back Premiere Of The Hit Series “UNSUNG HOLLYWOOD” and “UNCENSORED” Sunday, Oct. 14
Posted by Wilson Morales

October 11, 2018

New episodes of TV One’s original, documentary series UNSUNG HOLLYWOOD and UNCENSORED premieres on Sunday, October 14. Kicking off at 9 p.m. ET/8C with untold stories from singer/actor/reality TV star Ray J, the popular franchise UNSUNG HOLLYWOOD profiles influential black celebrities in Hollywood. UNCENSORED, which gives unprecedented access to your favorite personalities, follows at 10 p.m ET/9C showcasing singer K. Michelle.

UNSUNG HOLLYWOOD

Whether he’s singing, acting, doing business deals, trending on social media or producing and appearing in reality TV shows, Ray J has made a successful career going against the grain and living by his own rules. On Sunday, October 14 at 9/8C, critically-acclaimed biographical series UNSUNG HOLLYWOOD sits down with Ray J, his family and friends to reveal the hidden reality of a ‘reality’ star.

Ray J is one of the true bad boys of both R&B and Hollywood, and few performers are as versatile or controversial. His raw soul on songs like “One Wish” helped establish him as an R&B heartthrob, while roles on the hit shows “Moesha” and “One on One” launched his TV career. His early success, however, was often overshadowed by his sister Brandy’s fame. Now, he’s a reality show star and brand-new family man also making a name for himself as a successful TV producer and businessman. Will Ray J’s infamous tape with Kim Kardashian, reality show antics and hard partying ways eclipse his talents and ultimately define his reputation within the industry?

UNSUNG HOLLYWOOD is a spin-off born of TV One’s longest-running, six-time NAACP Image Award winning franchise UNSUNG, and profiles some of the most talented, versatile, and influential black celebrities in Hollywood, from movies and television to comedy, sports, and more. The remainder of new episodes feature unforgettable stories from comedian/actor Wayne Brady and comedian/TV/radio personality Rickey Smiley.

UNCENSORED

Singer K. Michelle has overcome personal struggles and a string of toxic relationships on her rise to fame. On Sunday, October 14 at 10/9C, TV One’s hit auto-biographical series UNCENSORED will showcase her determination in following her dreams and never giving up on her aspirations of a music career.

K. Michelle has stolen the hearts of millions from the stage to the big screen, but her climb to success was filled with struggle and pain. She was involved in a series of unhealthy relationships from a young age and eventually found herself pregnant and alone in college. With her self-worth in shambles, she turned to her family who always stood by her side through trials and tribulations. They encouraged her to move to Atlanta and pursue a singing career. Once in Atlanta, K. Michelle’s seemingly bright future was quickly overshadowed by a series of bad relationships and poor decisions, which threatened to keep her from her one true love – music. Ultimately, she landed on the hit reality show “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” and used the platform to showcase her musical talents. Through her journey, K. Michelle has made friends, enemies, and even costly mistakes that would later lead to severe medical complications. With all the challenges, however, she’s remained steadfast and exemplifies the notion that if you’re willing to work hard for what you believe in, it will pay off in the end.

UNCENSORED explores the lives of your favorite personalities as they reveal secrets to their success, obstacles they’ve faced, and how they manage this new world of social media that has helped, but sometimes haunted their careers. The premiere episodes give unprecedented access to stars of film, television, music, and pop culture, including actress Tichina Arnold and actor/comedian Lil Rel Howery as they personally reveal their own stories, in their own words.


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