TV Roundup: Drake on Kimmel, T.I. to Produce New Show & More

A Grammy Award-winning rapper goes undercover and a child star is making a comeback. We’re drowning in TV news involving some of our favorite on-screen and in-studio celebs.

Undercover Drake

Drake went incognito on last night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!. In a special edition of Lie Witness News, the Toronto rapper took to the streets of Los Angeles to find out how the public really feels about him.


Boss Moves

The King of the South is stepping behind the camera for a new Oxygen series. T.I. will executive produce the Sisterhood of Hip-hop, a reality program following the next generation of female hip-hop artists. Diamond of Crime Mob and Atlantic Record’s Brianna Perry are two emcees slated to appear on the program which will premiere this fall.

kyle massey

That’s (Not) So Raven

Kyle Massey, the lovable Corey Baxter from That’s So Raven!, will return to the television spotlight in Being Mary Jane. Massey will play Cameron, the out-of-touch father of Niecy’s baby, Treyvion, who transfers to a local college when his scholarship money runs out.

 Power Play

Power, the mafioso show created by 50 Cent for Starz, is scheduled to premiere on June 7. The New York rapper recently dropped the music video for the show’s theme song, “Big Rich Town,” featuring Joe. Omari Hardwick and Naturi Naughton, who appear in the music video, will star in the cable series as power couple, James “Ghost” St. Patrick and Tasha St. Patrick, respectively.