Latifah says she is "particularly proud" of the series, stating that "We wanted the ladies to be able to talk about mature things.
(Sex and the City) was an inspiration, but the real inspiration was real life... with my children right now and the Single Ladies shooting location [in Atlanta] makes this impossible." Littlejohn stated, "After two incredible seasons of Single Ladies, I have decided to entrust the show to the safe hands of VH1.
Philanthropy Shea is almost certain ladies will be shared on VH1's rom-com arrangement, "Single Ladies." Sure, Shea might be somewhat one-sided since she and Stacey Dash and Lisa Raye Mc Coy star as three closest companions who have diverse objectives and methods of insight with regards to dating" in Atlanta (yes, women there are a lot of straight men in the A! Be that as it may, Shea, who plays April Goldberg-Jenkins, a 20-something-year-old whose "immaculate marriage" isn't so amazing, says "Single Ladies" offers relatable LOL and "no he didn't" minutes.
Shea, the main White female lead on the appear, dishes with us about her character, April, the men of "Single Ladies," and the female kinships. "Single Ladies", the rom-com arrangement on VH1 addresses the age-old inquiry from the viewpoint of Val, Keisha, and April—three closest companions with various theories on sex and connections.
Executive director Olde reports that "TV, sometimes, under the best of circumstances, is a gut business," and went on to say that, after testing the script, the response was good enough for them to develop it into the series. The two-hour premiere gained a 1.2 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 2.8 million total viewers.
It also scored a slightly higher 2.0 rating in the 18-34 female demographic.
On the other hand, this wouldn’t be the first time that talk of a dispute between two of the show’s leading actresses leaked.
Thomas gets real with Lisa Raye Mc Coy, Denise Vasi and Charity Shea, Stars of VH1's Hit Series "SINGLE LADIES".
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