BET Renews Comedy, Is Expected to Renew Another

Apr 18, 2011  •  Post A Comment

BET has renewed one comedy series and is expected to renew another one that has been paired with it, Deadline.com reported.

The cable channel renewed “The Game” and expected to renew freshman comedy "Let’s Stay Together," according to the story.

"Let’s Stay Together" is executive produced by Queen Latifah and has averaged 2.9 million viewers, the article notes. It’s been paired with "The Game," which debuted with 7.7 million people tuning in for its fifth-season debut on BET, after it was canceled by The CW in 2009, the story says.

Separately, the comedy pilot "Reed Between the Lines," which stars former "Girlfriends" star Tracee Ellis Ross, is getting a series order, the story notes. The project co-stars Malcolm-Jamal Warner and focuses on a busy psychiatrist, the article says.

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