Good Morning my loves! I know, I know you’re all wondering where have I been but trust me, my absence was for good reason but I’m back now and not only am I back but I’m back with a scorching hot celebrity for your Monday morning pleasure! You’ve seen him portray LL Cool J’s son Adam Hanna in NCIS: Los Angeles, you’ve seen him “Drumline: A New Beat” and these days you can catch him on the OWN original series “Greenleaf” starring as Kevin Satterlee.
That’s right people, actor Tye White is our #CelebrityCrush for today!
Tye White’s acting career began in 2009 when he starred as a male dancer in the film “The People I’ve Slept With”. While it was an uncredited role, it was the start of a dream come true for him. Tye’s major big break came in 2014 when he starred in the sequel to Nick Cannon’s “Drumline” as Armondi Mason alongside Alexandra Shipp and Rome Flynn.
These days, Tye White stars as Kevin Satterlee on the OWN original series “Greenleaf“. Greenleaf is a series about the sometimes unethical and dishonest world of the Greenleaf family and their Memphis megachurch. Tye’s character Kevin is the son in law of the Bishop of Greenleaf World Ministries.
Outside of Greenleaf you can catch Tye White as a part of the cast of “American Crime Story: The People vs. OJ Simpson” where he stars as OJ Simpson’s son Jason. The series centered around the highly publicized OJ trial and received rave reviews for it’s depiction of real life events and court proceedings. Tye White has proven time and time again that he is a force to be reckoned with in the Entertainment industry. Since 2009 we have seen him play an array of characters, each portrayal better than the last. Tye White, you are our Bae for the Day!
Written By: Monique C. Tillman
The Peete family has returned to TV screens and this season you witness a family transition as well as the family being active in the various tragedies involving young black men and police.
Recently with police-related shootings at an all-time-high of un-armed African American males for Holly and Rodney, their focus is now on protecting their three sons, one of whom is autistic and is in the process of getting a license.
In a revealing new season, Holly and Rodney find themselves balancing it all amongst troubling headlines highlighting escalating police relations, and deep fears of raising sons Robinson, Roman and RJ in the current climate surface. While RJ, navigating life with autism, was once told by doctors that he would never talk, he is now working, trying to get his driver’s permit, and even thinking about moving out some day, prompting the family to explore ways to de-escalate police encounters involving the special needs community with the help of Charles Kinsey, the caretaker of a teenage boy with autism who was shot during an encounter with police.
In addition to helping RJ transition from high school into his first job with the Los Angeles Dodgers, they travel to New York to tearfully send daughter Ryan off to college at New York University. With the help of a very opinionated Dolores, Holly and Rodney also prepare to homeschool their two younger sons Robinson and Roman as they continue to tackle the surprises of raising teens. Whether they’re advocating for autism awareness, Parkinson’s disease or positive social change through the HollyRod Foundation, navigating the trials of raising kids in today’s world, or just trying to keep their marriage sexy and successful, there’s always something dramatic happening behind the scenes at the Peete’s.
Catch the new season of For Peete’s Sake on OWN on Saturday, February 18 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
Tyler Perry’s The Haves & The Have Nots began with Veronica chasing Katheryn through her house with a knife!
Their fight ends up on the stairs where Veronica manages to wrestle the knife and cuts her on the arm. She then kicks her down the stairs and knocking her unconscious. Meanwhile, Jeffrey tries to keep Wyatt from leaving the hospital, fearing for his health. Wyatt tells him that he is only doing that because he is love with him. Jeffrey tells him he still loves him, but values him as a friend. Wyatt begs him to get him out of the hospital and to the apartment he bought that no one knows about. He also admits he is an addict without prompting. At Benny’s house he finds himself frustrated, but trusting Candace will come through for him. Hanna warns him against getting his hopes up about her, but he admonishes her for never trusting Candace. Hanna tells him the plan she has to keep a roof over their head, but he still has faith in his sister.
Tyler Perry’s The Haves & The Have Nots are back and hotter than ever!
The Ice Queen, Veronica, is mortified after witnessing Katheryn murder the District Attorney in front of her and then demands Veronica get her cleared of the charges. Veronica, however, is frozen with fear, and when Katheryn leaves the room tries to leave the house. She soon discovers all of the doors are locked–even in the kitchen! There, Katheryn tells her to have a seat, but she refuses, preferring to stand. She looks on as Katheryn calmly puts on water for tea.
At Jim and David’s office Candice attacks Brandon with a metal pipe, beating him repeatedly and hitting him in the groin, demanding to know where her money is. He tells her it is gone and reveals he works in asset recovery. He tells her he can help her score a deal where she will get dozens of millions of dollars, but he needs time. She demands he give her two million right away, desperate to save Benny’s business and their homes. He manages to wrestle the pipe from her and tells her he will promises to get her what she needs. Meanwhile Jeffrey reveals to Justin that Quincy’s body is buried in Candice’s backyard!
Lunch time! We LOVE Tyler Perry’s The Haves and The Have Nots!
Like millions of viewers everywhere, every Tuesday night we find ourselves glued to the television ready to watch the latest antics of a cast that always delivers the drama! Thankfully we were invited to the Atlanta Press Lunch for the latest season where three cast members; Angela Robinson (Veronica Harrington), Renee Lawless (Katheryn Cryer), and Tyler Lepley (Benny Young).
As we mentioned the press conference began with lunch–and what a lunch! The spread was amazing with everything from fried chicken to decadent cheesecakes and miniature pies. Afterwards, guests were greeted by welcome remarks from show producer and Tyler Perry Studios, vice president, Mark E. Swinton. Then guests were treated to an advanced screening of the first episode of the new season. Naturally, everyone was excited! As you may recall, the prior season ended with Katheryn Cryer shooting the District Attorney and demanding Veronica Harrington “get her off!” We won’t spoil the details of the episode here, but we will say fire and ice collide! The brutality, viciousness, and sheer outrage throughout this episode will knock you off your feet! Check out a preview of the season by clicking here.
Set against the backdrop of a sprawling Memphis megachurch, the journey of estranged daughter and disillusioned preacher Grace Greenleaf (Merle Dandridge), who has returned home after 20 years on the occasion of the mysterious death of her sister, Faith. As she re-enters the world of Calvary Fellowship World Ministries, the Memphis megachurch run by her powerful parents Bishop James Greenleaf (Keith David) and Lady Mae Greenleaf (Lynn Whitfield), it becomes evident that things are not as virtuous as they seem and that the family’s outward display of faith hides sin and misdeeds.