BET Networks commanded Tuesday night, March 4, 2014, with the season seven premiere of THE GAME and the season four premiere of LET’S STAY TOGETHER. For the night, THE GAME season seven premiere ranked as the #1 telecast in cable and was a top 10 TV telecast among adults 18-49. THE GAME season seven premiere on Tuesday night delivered 3.4 million viewers during its initial 10 p.m. ET airing. The encore starting at 11:30 p.m. ET attracted 1 million viewers. LET’S STAY TOGETHER season four premiere at 11 p.m. ET pulled in 1.7 million viewers.
THE GAME season seven premiere leads as #1 sitcom telecast on all cable among women 18-49 (1.4MM) this season and is the #1 scripted series premiere among adults 18-49 on all cable (2.1MM) for the year. LET’S STAY TOGETHER season four also stands strong as this year’s #2 sitcom premiere on all cable among adult women (W18-49 & W18+), only behind THE GAME season seven.
In this‘Throwback Thursday’ clip, we capture a behind the scenes look of Brandy, as she takes over the 2013 Essence Music Festival in New Orleans. Check out the soulful diva as she sound checks, interacts with fans and gets ready to take over the main stage. We even get to see other celebs (Maxwell, Jill Scott & Niecy Nash) showing love to the ‘Put It Down’ performer.
the cast of “The Game.” Brandy Norwood, Coby Bell, Wendy Raquel Robinson, Hosea Chanchez, Jay Ellis, and Lauren London will all sit down with Arsenio to speak of the upcoming season.
Season 7 Of The Game Premieres Tomorrow Night on BET at 10pm
Moesha hosts a dinner party for her friends. Kim tries to get Hakeem to notice her by using her how-to-book called “The Regulations of Love.” But Hakeem isn’t interested. After ruining everyone’s night and realizing that Hakeem doesn’t want her, Kim tries a different approach by making Hakeem jealous. To do so, she asks Michael out but doesn’t know that Michael has a crush on her. Meanwhile, Frank and Myles drive Dee crazy with their new Nigerian drums.
On Monday, Arsenio is getting the week started with the cast of “The Game.” Brandy Norwood, Coby Bell, Wendy Raquel Robinson, Hosea Chanchez, Jay Ellis, and Lauren London will all sit down with Arsenio. Plus, Mary Mary will be here for an interview and performance.