Kid Fury's Blog: What To Expect From Tyler Perry TV

Yesterday, spirits were flooded with the news that Tyler Perry may soon have his own television network. That Madea reign just won¹t let up, so you haters will have to stay mad. Lionsgate, the entertainment company behind most of Tyler¹s film distribution, has expressed interest in creating Tyler TV -- an entire channel wrapped around Perry creations. Spike Lee is surely laid out in a urine-stained Knicks jersey somewhere right now. Well being a man of sound mind and shade, I thought we could go over some possible shows that viewers should look forward to once Tyler TV arrives.

Gumbo & Glory: hosted by Tamela Mann

Join the beloved Tamela in her Christian kitchen for tons of mouth-watering, heart-racing, artery-clogging cooking. With her powerful voice and recipe for Jesus Jambalaya, this is sure to be a hit.

Tambourine Tabernacle: w/ Cheryl Pepsi Riley

Giving God musical honor every Sunday morning for those who weren¹t able to make it to the house of The Lord. Host Cheryl Pepsi Riley will serve premium praise with all of her gospel friends.

Meet The Johnsons 'Nem

Hollywood star Geraldine Johnson (Jill Marie Jones) leaves celebrity rehab only to find that the government has seized all of her property. She is forced to move to Willacoochee, Georgia and live with her Aunt Betty Jean (Jenifer Lewis) and Uncle P. Jo (Danny Glover).


This riveting docu-series will follow 12 crack addicts and chronicle their journey to recovery while they are shadowed by actors for upcoming Tyler Perry productions.


An afternoon talk show hosted by Madea herself. She will shuck, jive, and advise viewers in her own old school fashion. Who needs Dr. Phil?

My Homegirl Oprah

An hour long reality series recording Tyler Perry¹s life with Oprah as a homegirl. In the series premiere, the superstar duo take a trip to Williams-Sonoma for muffins.

Blessed Brothers & Bodies: hosted by Shemar Moore

Hold on to your undergarments, ladies and gentlequeens. Shemar Moore will be introducing you to a hot new muscled and sexually ambiguous bachelor every week. Each gorgeous guy will give you hope for love with a supermodel who will cook you chicken and marry you.

Groove To The World: w/ Tevin Campbell

You want 80s and 90s R&B/Soul videos? Well you¹ve got it! Tevin Campbell hosts the daily music video power hour of nothing but the greats!

MasterPerry Theater

Late night slots left open for gripping and inspirational black films such as, Madea Goes to Jail, Madea¹s Family Reunion, Madea¹s Class Reunion, Madea's Big Happy Family, and Precious.


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