Do the ladies run this mother? Well, yes they do, but this week a few kings come out to join the ladies road tripping around the country. TGT – that’s Tyrese, Ginuwine and Tank to you will be entertaining the lucky ladies of New Orleans this weekend. Keyshia Cole and Chrisette Michele continue their “Woman to Woman” tour and if Rihanna gets well, she’ll be back on the road also. Iyanla works on Sheree and Bob Whitfield this weekend on her OWN show and Morgan Freeman rules from the future with Tom Cruise in “Oblivion.” Here’s what else is going on this weekend.
HOT ON TV:
All Times Eastern
Friday, April 19
“Above the Rim”
BET, 10 p.m.
Duane Martin and Tupac Shakur star in the 90′s flick about a drug dealer who gets a local talent to play for him
Saturday, April 20
“Call Me Crazy: A Five Film”
Lifetime, 8 p.m
Jennifer Hudson is one of the stars in a movie about how people and families handle mental illness
THE FIX IS IN
“Iyanla, Fix My Life”
Sheree Whitfield and ex Bob Whitfield ask for help co-parenting after bitter divorce
Sunday, April 21
“Man on Fire”
AMC, 7 p.m .
Denzel Washington and Dakota Fanning star in a movie about a former bodyguard who seeks revenge when his charge is kidnapped
“Married to Medicine”
Nikki Woods did an in-depth interview with Mariah Huq about the heavy weight boxing match that went down on last week’s episode. Watch the full interview HERE.
By Derrick Moore and Stephanie Perry Moore
Guide helps single African-American mothers parent their young sons
After meeting a beautiful stranger on another planet, Tom Cruise must save the world, Morgan Freeman stars
“Lords of Salem”
Musician turned filmmaker Rob Zombie directs a horror movie where evil is unleashed by a record.
Friday, April 19
(through the 21st)
African-American Museum at Fair Park
What In the Weekend with Nikki Woods: Kingdom Come was originally published on blackamericaweb.com