‘Single Ladies’ Revived By Centric


After receiving their cancellation notice in early March after three seasons on air, VH1’s Single Ladies has been picked up by the BET owned network Centric, TV Line has confirmed. The series has found new life now that its producer, Queen Latifah’s Flavor Unit Entertainment, has struck a new deal with Centric giving the show a fourth season order.

‘Single Ladies’, from creator Stacy A. Littlejohn (The Wanda Sykes Show), was VH1’s first venture into scripted territory and although the series did well in the ratings, the network decided to end the show on March 24. The series starred LisaRaye McCoy (The Player’s Club, Civil Brand), Denise Vasi (All My Children, Magic Mike) and D.B. Woodside (Romeo Must Die, 24) as three single thirty-something’s maneuvering the ups and downs of life together amid the backdrop of Atlanta, Georgia. Charity Shea (The Best Years, Alpha Dog), Terrell Tilford (The Protector, The Doctor) and Travis Winfrey (Path to Insanity, Play the Game) also star in the comedy series.

A premiere date for season 4 of ‘Single Ladies’ has yet to be revealed. Are you happy to see that ‘Single Ladies’ has been given new life by the BET owned network Centric? Leave your comments below.