• SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2013

Schedule

Showtimes for New York, NY
  • 08:00am Moesha THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE THE MITCHELL HOME
    Andell wears out her welcome at the Mitchell home when she injures her leg, and has everyone catering to her.
  • 08:30am Moesha TALK OF THE TOWN
    When a local merchant tries to have a local club shut down, Moesha and the gang organize a town hall meeting where the adults and kids can square off over their differences.
  • 09:00am Moesha BACK IN AFRICA
    Moesha’s friends hold a fundraiser for her, so she can go on a trip to Africa.
  • 09:30am Moesha GUESS O'S COMING TO DINNER
    Frank puts Moesha’s boyfriend on the hot seat when she has him over for dinner to meet the family.
  • 10:00am Moesha FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE
    Niecy realizes that she may not be ready to vow “for better or worse”.
  • 10:30am Moesha BREAK A LEG
    Myles’ overnight stardom takes a terrible toll on Moesha and the family.
  • 11:00am Moesha WHO MOVED THE CHARITY STRIPE
    When his GPA takes a plunge, Q , a star player on the basketball team is placed on academic probation by Dee, and pulled from the roster during the city finals.
  • 11:30am Moesha STRIKE A POSE
    Dee tries to relive her dream of being a high fashion model through Moesha. Robin Givens guest stars.
  • 12:00pm Moesha HAKEEM'S BIRTHDAY
    Moesha learns that absence doesn’t always make the heart grow fonder, when she tries to reunite Hakeem with his estranged father.
  • 12:30pm Moesha SONG'S IN THE KEY OF STRIFE
    Moesha thinks she’s got what it takes to be a singer and a music producer and tries to take over Q’s group.
  • 01:00pm Moesha COLD BUSTED
    Moesha’s parents bust Q and her for having a romantic date alone in the house.
  • 01:30pm Moesha PROM NIGHT
    After secretly dating Q for months against her father’s will, Moesha comes to a place of decision.
  • 02:00pm Moesha GRANDPOPPA DON'T TAKE NO MESS
    Frank gets a bad case of sibling rivalry when his father comes to Los Angeles to visit him and his brother.
  • 02:30pm Eve's Bayou EVE'S BAYOU
    Louis Batiste (Samuel L. Jackson) is a popular physician in 1960s Louisiana who has a beautiful wife (Lynn Whitfield), a loving family and a weakness for women. While his wife ignores his infidelities, his youngest daughter (Jurnee Smollett) is crushed when she catches dad in a compromising situation. Her subsequent revelations tear the family apart in Kasi Lemmons's powerful film, which won Best First Feature at the Independent Spirit Awards.
  • 05:00pm I Can Do Bad All By Myself I CAN DO BAD ALL BY MYSELF
    Jennifer (Hope Olaide Wilson) and her kid brothers realize they've picked the wrong house to rob when they come face-to-face with quick-tempered matriarch Madea (Tyler Perry), who promptly deposits them with the only family they have: their hard-living aunt April (Taraji P. Henson), a nightclub singer. April's got no room in her heart for the kids -- until a handsome new tenant (Adam Rodriguez) starts to crack her tough exterior. 
Starring: Tyler Perry, Taraji P. Henson

  • 08:00pm Centric Specials 2013 SOUL TRAIN AWARDS
    Anthony Anderson hosts the 2013 Soul Train Awards. A 2.5 hour show celebrating the best in R&B Soul Music and featuring some of the hottest names in entertainment. Acts such as: Jennifer Hudson, Evelyn Champagn King, TI, Chaka Khan, Tamar Braxton are slated to perform. The show pays homage to Dionne Warwick by presenting her with a Soul Train Legend Award along with honoring Keith Sweat with a Lifetime Achievement Award.
  • 10:30pm Eve's Bayou EVE'S BAYOU
    Louis Batiste (Samuel L. Jackson) is a popular physician in 1960s Louisiana who has a beautiful wife (Lynn Whitfield), a loving family and a weakness for women. While his wife ignores his infidelities, his youngest daughter (Jurnee Smollett) is crushed when she catches dad in a compromising situation. Her subsequent revelations tear the family apart in Kasi Lemmons's powerful film, which won Best First Feature at the Independent Spirit Awards.
  • 01:30am Dirty Laundry DIRTY LAUNDRY
    Talented, gay and African-American, Patrick (Rockmond Dunbar) is a rising journalist at a New York City magazine who suddenly must confront his Southern roots and a mother not yet comfortable with her son's choices and sexual identity. Patrick and his partner's perfectly cosmopolitan world is shattered when an unexpected knock at their door brings to the forefront the issue of lifestyle acceptance within the down-home community of his youth.
  • SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2013