Star Jones will make her daytime TV return later this year when she takes over as the new host and judge of 'Divorce Court,' TV’s longest-running court show.
Star Jones took to the high seas for her second trip down the aisle. The former panelist on “The View” got married to her fiancé Ricardo Lugo on a Royal Caribbean cruise in the Bahamas Sunday in front of about 150 of their closest friends, including Beyonce’s mom Tina Knowles-Lawson and “Real Housewives of Atlanta” […]
A hot line-up of guest stars are joining “Daytime Divas,” including Star Jones, Tamera Mowry-Housley (“The Real”), the co-hosts of “The View,” including Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin, Jedediah Bila and Sara Haines, as well as Richard T. Jones, Tammy Blanchard and Ness Bautista. VH1 announced the casting news at the Television Critics Association winter press […]
Over the last few years, the presence of African American actors and actresses in leading roles on television has increased to great heights, while also racking up critical accolades, impressive ratings and loyal fans. Now, another TV show featuring a predominately black cast is making its way to basic cable network VH1 and the always […]
Vanessa Williams is headed back to television. The actress has been tapped to star in VH1 scripted drama “Satan’s Sisters,” based on the 2011 book penned by former “The View” co-host Star Jones. The book and series follow the antics at a long-running popular ladies talk show where “alliances are forged, careers are made and […]
The 2011 book “Satan’s Sisters,” written by Star Jones, will be made into a one-hour scripted series to air next year on VH1, according to reports. Inspired by behind-the-scenes shenanigans at her former gig “The View,” “Satan’s Sisters” follows the drama surrounding fictional ladies’ talk show “The Lunch Hour,” as its five female co-hosts discuss […]
Jacque Reid talks to Star Jones, the new President of the Professionals of Diversity Network. She also discusses the merger between the National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) and the Professional Diversity Network (PDN). “The whole purpose is to make the business world of reflective of america in general. We serve not just racially but […]