VH1 Greenlights Two Series, Brings Back a Past Favorite

Aug 3, 2012  •  Post A Comment

VH1 has announced a number of programming moves, including greenlighting two new series, Deadline.com reports. The cable network is also bringing back a show after a three-year hiatus.

“VH1 has given the green light to new series ‘Grand River Singers Project,’ which focuses on a show choir of young adults blindly reaching for glory in their home state of Wisconsin, and ‘Black Ink,’ centered on a successful Harlem tattoo shop staffed by a tight crew of male and female adult employees who draw in hip hop stars, athletes and celebrities,” the story reports.

The new programs join the previously announced pop culture show “Miss You Much” in the channel’s lineup, the story notes.

VH1 is also bringing back “Best Week Ever,” which has been on hiatus for three years. The show will anchor Friday nights.

The report adds: “The channel also has acquired Ice-T’s feature-length documentary ‘Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap’ for its Rock Doc franchise."

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