For two seasons, TV One’s hit show “Life After” has chronicled the turning points in the lives of boldfaced black celebrities, while also showing how each one survived and even thrived after dealing with tough times. This year, “Life After” has its most compelling group yet. From TV stars with waning careers who then triumph in other areas to singers dealing with mental health issues, the third season of “Life After” is full of people who overcome.
“’Life After’ has been immensely popular with TV One’s audience in its first two seasons, as it balances joyous moments with painful memories and successfully captures how those featured have both celebrated and enjoyed their fame – and endured their darkest hours,” said TV One Executive Vice President of Original Programming Toni Judkins. “Viewers can continue to look forward, in Season Three, to ‘Life After’ investigating the ways in which landmark moments shaped these celebrities’ lives, allowing them to share intimate revelations from the unpredictable journey of life.”
The third season of “Life After” debuts on TV One on Wednesday, Sept. 28 at 10 p.m. with the story of Jackee, the actress best known for her work on “227” and “Sister, Sister.”
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