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Friday, July 26, 2013

Deion Sanders To Get New Reality Show On OWN

Reality News:  Pilar Sanders' now ex husband, Deion Sanders, is giving reality TV another try. This time it's with girlfriend, Tracey Edmonds, who is working on a movie inspired by Shaunie's reality show "Basketball Wives"

The show is tentatively title "It's Prime's Time" and it will air Oprah Winfrey's network OWN next year. The show will focus on his life, his five children and Tracey.

Deion previously had two other reality with his ex- wife Pilar Sandars. The first reality show they hadw a son the Oxygen network called "Deion & Pilar: Prime Time Love" and then in 2010 the couple was cast on VH1's "Football Wives" which lasted one season.

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Tracey Edmonds Confirms 'Basketball Wives' Movie Project With Shaunie

A year ago, there was was reports that Shaunie was going to work on a movie version of her hit show Basketball Wives with Tracey Edmonds who produced the hit movie " "Jumping The Broom". Back then it was more of rumor, but now was have confirmation that a movie project is in the works. 

Tracey Edmonds did an interview with 
Essence recently and she confirms that a Basketball Wives movie is in the works. However, it won't be based on the TV show. It will be more of an uplifting type of movie.

"In all honesty, when I first started there were more opportunities for projects of color. There were at least seven distributors doing African-American films. Nowadays, it’s maybe two or three. That leaves fewer slots to get a film through and fewer opportunities to direct or produce. We are seeing the same with television. The good news is things are beginning to segue way online, which is global. A channel like Alright is reaching the entire world on YouTube and a wonderful opportunity to get positive images out to the world. There is a Jumping the Broom sequel in the works and I am also producing a Basketball Wives movie with Shaunie O’Neal. It’s not based on the show and is an uplifting story with a lot of twists".

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