BET's The Mo'Nique Show Canceled


 It looks like BET late nights just got a little bit quieter.

According to Rodney Ho of Access Atlanta, BET's The Mo'Nique Show has unceremoniously finished its run after 300 shows, two seasons, and a whole lot of hollerin'. After becoming the first African-American woman to host her own late night talk show, Oscar winner Mo'Nique Hicks, along with sidekick comedian Rodney Perry, was told that the show was to be on an "indefinite hiatus", a euphemism for cancellation. The show had been taping in Turner Studios, which is now being used for the new BET sitcom Reed Between the Lines, set to debut in October. Read More...


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