Jenny from the block has journeyed from back-up dancer to A-list movie star. #Celebrated tracks her meteoric rise, along with the alchemy that shot her to the top.
Packed with behind the scenes access, red carpets and celebrities, OK! TV brings you the inside scoop on the world of entertainment. From the best of film, music, TV and fashion to the latest celebrity weddings, babies, hook-ups or break-ups, OK! TV is the place to get up close and personal with your favorite stars.
Newlyweds Dee Dee and Paul take the family to sea for a whale watching adventure, while Uncle Johnny discovers that he can make extra cash by wheeling and dealing at Hollywood estate sales. Meanwhile, Michael learns some hard lessons about the music business from Ray J and his manager.
After a disastrous picnic, Dee Dee drags her family along to a Malibu winery to get them more “culturized.” At his manager’s urging, Michael dedicates himself to physical fitness. Meanwhile, Mema gets addicted to a violent video game.
I’m Your Father, Not Your Friend
At PME, an upset P looks over his bills to find that his son, VENO, has gone on a shopping spree and spent 11,000 dollars on his credit card. P, however, enacts his next commandment on Veno, I’m your father, not your friend, by making him pay for his frivolous spending by working it off as the assistant of PME. Meanwhile, Romeo is partying at a club while P and the Money Mafia crew have a late night recording session. The next day P calls out Romeo for skipping the session, knowing that he was partying instead by showing a video of him on TMZ. P tells Romeo that if he wants to be great he needs to be in the studio and prove himself. Romeo takes his father’s criticism to heart by pulling an all-nighter in the studio, and making his first single “Till Da’ Club Close.”
Set Goals & Make It Happen
Master P is a self-made business tycoon who came from the projects of New Orleans to build an entertainment empire. P may be a businessman, but more importantly he’s a family man. As a single father of five, kids ages 10 to 24, he strives to teach his children valuable life lessons to build a new generation of wealth. With love, motivation, and a strict set of rules, P is creating the Miller family dynasty. But it isn’t always easy! Master P wants to spend more time with his family so he embarks on a mission to incorporate all his kids’ businesses into one, P. Miller Enterprises (PME). P sets a goal to complete his vision and host a star-studded roof top launch party at PME in five days, despite harsh skepticism from Romeo, Veno & Cymphonique. On top of balancing his businesses, life as a single father interferes and P must meet with Mercy’s teacher. Will P complete his vision of PME on time, or has he bitten off more than he can chew?
"Access Hollywood Live" is a syndicated one-hour daily entertainment news talk show hosted by Billy Bush and Kit Hoover. The show, broadcast live in HD, premiered on September 13, 2010. Now entering its fifth season, "Access Hollywood Live" focuses on the latest celebrity dish, pop-culture, opinions, Hollywood happenings and all the day's big news. "Access Hollywood Live" features in-studio celebrity guests, and a cast of regular contributors to keep viewers up-to-date with female-friendly segments on the most current styles, fashion, design trends and more.
A business woman’s life becomes a sci-fi tale when her new boyfriend’s ex is abducted and clues point toward an extraterrestrial motive.
A lingerie model seeks revenge and ends up a fugitive.
The murder of family man Ronald Whitehead is disguised as a carjacking. A long trail of clues leads detectives back to Ronald's doorstep with a member of his family suspected of masterminding the killing.
No Way Out
Caught on surveillance video, Rhonda Ward-Goodwin is seen forced into her car by an unknown man and driven away. With little evidence, detectives do not have much to go on, until Rhonda's car is found engulfed in flames a week later.
Los Muchachos: Augusto Falcon and Salvador Magluta
This episode follows the story of Salvador Magluta and Augusto Falcon, a pair of powerboat racers in Miami who allegedly moved more illegal narcotics than just about anyone in the history of the U.S. War on Drugs. Known as Willy and Sal, they were tried for importing more than 2.1 billion tons of cocaine over more than a decade of trafficking. They were acquitted, but then faced charges of jury tampering. The law finally caught up with Willy and Sal. Falcon plead guilty to obstructing justice and received a 20 year sentence while Sal faced a jury and is now serving 195 years in prison.
The Cutt Boyz
In a decade long criminal run, the Cutt Boyz used violence to control the drug trade within the B.W. Cooper Housing Complex in New Orleans. Washington became the main supplier of Heroin, while Benjamin grew his murderous reputation as a main enforcer and was eventually responsible for three murders. Following a unique investigation approach, federal authorities indicted 11 Cutt Boyz under the RICO statutes for narcotics distribution and murder. But federal authorities weren't prepared for Hurricane Katrina's catastrophic destruction in 2005, which damaged evidence and displaced witnesses. Ultimately, they were able to piece together the case and successfully convicted all 11 Cutt Boyz. Washington received a 20-year sentence, while Benjamin will spend the rest of his life behind bars.
This episode features Dana Bostic and his Chicago gang, The New Breeds. Bostic, known as "Bird," came of age on Chicago's tough west side. He grew up slinging drugs on the corner and ended up a heroin kingpin in his hometown. With a connection to a Mexican cartel, Bostic's New Breeds would package and distribute heroin and defend their turf with violence. When the body count started to rise, Bird and the New Breeds were taken down. They are all serving significant sentences in prison.
This episode of features the case of 'Q', the Motor City connect. In the shadows of a broken city, Quasand Lewis made millions by way of a complex drug trafficking organization. At the height of 'Q's success in Detroit the Lewis Organization raked in $178 million in drug profits. Following the drugs and the money, the federal government launched "Operation Falling Star" in order to take down 'Q' and build the largest drug related prosecution in the history of the state of Michigan.
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