106 & Park
Singer, Songwriter, Entertainer, Jason Derulo and 2 Chainz rock the 106 & Park Stage!
The East Coast rap crew's got another gritty throwback track for everyone to vibe to!
The "Move That Doh" rapper lands a spot on the coveted music mag. Plus he confesses exactly how many sneakers he's hiding in the closet.
The R&B singer's paying homage to a few talented dancers!
Keshia Chante, Claire Sulmers and Shaun Ross sound off on the street-style moments of Rita Ora, Kim Kardashian and Beyonce.
Being Mary Jane
Mary Jane tells Kara everything about her affair and gets a brutally honest response.
Mary Jane loses friends over David and David still rejects her because he has moved on to another woman.
David won't let Mary Jane make excuses for her part in destroying their relationship.
Patrick and PJ go to Dante's house and make him face fatherhood head-on.
Mary Jane deals with drama at work, a new niece and learning what it means to have grace under pressure.
Real Husbands of Hollywood
The Real Husbands encourage folks to sign up for health care before the March 31 deadline...because if you don't you might die.
La'Trinda Hutchinson, the winner of the Mitch Poker contest, gets to visit the Husbands on the set of season three.
Kevin talks Grudge Match, his fight on RHOH with Sugar Shane, and who he would like to spar with.
Chocolate Drop/Kevin Hart appears to be running late to his studio session.
In Kevin's absence, his assistant, Oliver, has inherited his mansion.
TD Jakes: Mind, Body & Soul 
See what went down at Bishop T.D. Jakes's MEGA family conference.
Soul legend Angie Stone gets a hard but necessary lesson from T.D. Jakes.
NFL player Chris Draft shares why he married his wife despite her stage 4 cancer diagnosis.
T.D. Jakes helps celebs and real people move on and 'Let It Go.'
Jabori is fighting with his brother over a girl.
 Soul Train Awards 
A thoughtful and reflective Janelle Monáe accepts Video of the Year for "Q.U.E.E.N" featuring Erykah Badu.
Good kid, m.A.A.d. city continues its winning streak at the Soul Train Awards. Watch as Kendrick accept one of the many awards he's received this year.
A five-decade career of hit records and sold-out tours sees Dionne Warwick receive the Living Legend Award.
While thanking everyone - namely the people who've made babies to his music - Keith Sweat reflects on his long and illustrious career.
"Blurred Lines" scores big for Robin Thicke, T.I. and Pharrell. Robin and T.I.P. accept.
The Game
Tasha gets thrown a surprise baby shower. Malik comes to a realization about how he feels about Yana. Chardonnay hashes things out with Kelly.
The gang links up for a surprise baby shower in Tasha's honor. Tee Tee is noticeably absent from the scene.
A regular training session turns into another type of session between the two.
Brittany Daniel shares with us her favorite moment from this season of The Game!
Problems continue to pile up during the Pitts's wedding.
Hip Hop Awards
Ab-Soul talks rapping being a sport and weighs in on his favorite cypher of all time.
What are Diddy, Mannie Fresh, Meek Mill and your other favorite MCs up to backstage? The answer here.
Watch Uncle Snoop behind the scenes with the producers and artists as he prepares for his big hosting gig.
What role does a cypher play in Hip Hop? Kendrick Lamar, Joe Budden, Joelle Ortiz, Astro and more weigh in.
In their usual go-hard fashion, Slaughterhouse returns to the Cypher with more memorable punchlines and flows.
Black Girls Rock
While attending the taping of the show these fabulous ladies dropped by to tell us why they rock. Watch!
An impassioned Ameena Matthews showcases why she's making a difference on the gun-stricken streets in Chicago's South Side.
She's impacting every corner of the globe. Marian Wright Edelman reflects on her journey as a change agent.
Sunday Best
Who will be Sunday Best? Kefia or Tasha?
We take a trip back to Kefia's hometown, Philly, with her.
We take a trip back to Tasha's hometown, Detroit, with her.
The two finalists show us why they each deserve to win.
So much talent on display from these two finalists.
Let's Stay Together
Crystal decides to give Rashad a special gift for her birthday in this #LST sneak peek.
Stacy believes she's getting a royal massage and ends up getting a rude awakening.
Jamal and Tasha may have found the perfect house to enter their next chapter of love.
After being given a dirty gift by Charles, Stacy ends up in jail; Tasha and Jamal go on a search for a new home.
In this sneak peek, Stacy attempts to cause a revolt while in jail, but winds up just causing problems.
The Sheards
Karen gives a hard-working and deserving mother a much needed break.
Though they experience ups and downs like any other family, the season wraps with the Sheards even stronger as a unit.
During a discussion about whose song Kierra should make into a video -J. Drew's or Rodney Jerkin's- J. Drew drops a cuss word and Bishop loses it.
Kierra meets up with her ex-fiancé, Welton, and it's obvious that there are still feelings there.
Kierra finally decides whose song she's going to make into a video; Bishop feels like J. Drew is slipping farther away from the church.
Rip the Runway
Model Chasity Saunders dishes on the evolution of Rip the Runway and her POV as a plus-size model.
Jaden Smith wows the runway with "MSFTS Anthem".
The MMG crooner showed love to the "Size Sexy" with a performance of "M.I.A."
Re-live the first ever televised performance of Luke James' newest song "IOU."
The always provocative Watch The Duck perform "Poppin' Off".
Second Generation Wayans
Maya and Craig finally seal the deal...with a kiss!
Regina runs to Damien with news of her brand new engagement.
In the season finale, the guys try to charm a financing deal out of an eccentric football player.
The guys try to help George work through his feelings for Tiffany.
The boys aren't the only ones making moves, Maya makes one of her own.
BET Honors
With immense gratitude for BET and its rich history of exposing artists such as her to the masses, Aretha Franklin accepts the Musical Arts Award.
While reflecting on the extraordinary journey of how he made it, Berry Gordy imparts wisdom on the definition of vision, passion and success. Watch!
In an eloquently delivered acceptance speech, Visual Arts Award honoree Carrie Mae Weems acknowledges those that have widened the path to make her work possible, including the other honorees. Watch!
The Mandela family accepts the Champion of Humanity Award as they reflect on Nelson Mandela's legacy as one of history's greatest leaders.
Wayne Brady proves he is the host with the most and is sexier than Boris Kodjoe while paying tribute to this year's honorees with a hilarious remix of the '90s hit "Pony." Want funny? We got you. Watch!
Don't Sleep!
T.J. Holmes breaks down the meaning of the number 310, the number, in millions, of firearms in the United States.
T.J. Holmes recaps the major events of 2012 with Marc Lamont Hill, Keli Goff and Dr. Jason Johnson.
T.J. Holmes discusses the aftermath of the Sandy Hook massacre and issues involving gun control and the Black community with Marc Lamont Hill, Keli Goff and Dr. Jason Johnson.
T.J. Holmes interviews Jamie Foxx about his latest movie, "Django Unchained," in which he plays a slave-turned-bounty hunter.
T.J. Holmes discusses the aftermath of the Sandy Hook massacre and how gun control relates to the African-American community.
Apollo Live
Apollo Live host Tony Rock gives us a history lesson on the Apollo Theater and his career.
Find out who got some advice from the legendary Gladys Knight!
Judge Michael Bivins, our entertainment industry vet, schools us on his musical history.
A Whitney rendition, pantomiming and second chances. Meet this week's contestants!
Find out who won big and who fell victim to the toughest audience on TV!
Herman's mother never recovered from the devastation that his conviction caused their family.
Herman Atkins was sentenced to 47 years and eight months. He served 13 of those years in prison and without a visit from his father.
The American justice system proves Herman Atkins' father wrong.
Tim Cole is finally exonerated, although posthumously.
Tim Cole's family comes face-to-face with his accuser, 22 years later.