R&B singer Ginuwine, Countess Vaughn (The Parkers) and record executive Andre Harrell (Mary J Blige, Diddy), are among those who will be chronicled during the third season of “Life After”. Following the premiere, focusing on Jackee’ Harry Wednesday, each act will be featured throughout the fall on TV One.
Covering the highs and lows of his career, after the breakthrough single “Pony,” Ginuwine will address his journey in ‘Life After’ Wednesday, October 15.
“The series traces the talented singer’s early success and his life after “Pony” as he battles with depression, drugs and alcohol after losing his father to suicide and his mother to cancer within the same year,” reports TV One. “These dark days would force him to re-evaluate the true meaning of success and ultimately lead the artist back into the light to arrive at a new destiny – one in which he is a new man, with the same extraordinary talent.”
Best known for her stint on The Parkers, alongside Mo’nique, Countess Vaughn talks ‘Life After’ the hit series with TV One November 9.
“A star since her victory as an 11-year-old in Star Search, Countess Vaughn’s natural ability to command the crowd followed the young starlet from sitcom to sitcom until she secured a spot captivating audiences weekly on “Moesha,” reports TV One. ” Life After follows Vaughn from her tension-filled days opposite Brandy on Moesha that soon spilled over to the tabloids, to her starring role in The Parkers, and into the next chapter where Vaughn triumphs over divorce and personal struggle to finally achieve self love.”
Andre Harrell will close out the season, which also includes Christopher Williams, Kim Coles, and AJ Johnson, with a special one hour finale.
“After initial success with his rap group Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Andre Harrell decided to move to the business side of music, and he quickly flourished as he discovered stars like Jodeci, Heavy D, Guy and the ultimate queen of R&B, Mary J Blige. In Life After, viewers will see how Andre Harrell made the move from rapping in high schools to managing one of the biggest record labels of its time, Uptown Records,” reports TV One. “He’ll talk about it all, from the high points of discovering Mary J Blige and his $50 Million Dollar deal at MCA, to the lows of his untimely resignation from the CEO post at Motown and heart surgery that brought him back from the brink.”
‘Life After’ airs Wednesday nights at 10pm ET on TV One.