Black Entertainment TV’s new series, Bolo the Ensemble, is set to premiere in its third season on April 19, with new episodes airing on Thursdays and Sundays at 9 p.m.
“Bolo is a young actor who gets his big break in a musical,” said the network.
“His life gets thrown into chaos when his family moves to an exclusive town.
Now, he’s a leading man who can’t be intimidated by his new friends and family.
When Bolo is diagnosed with cancer, his family and friends are shocked by his diagnosis.
But Bolo has no time for fear and the dark secret of his family’s past.”
The show stars Black Entertainment News anchor Michael D’Antonio and Emmy Award winner Anthony Bourdain.
“The Bolo Show” has garnered critical acclaim for its storytelling, especially with the inclusion of a new storyline.
“We’ve always been fans of Michael D, and we’re thrilled to be bringing his world to life,” said Black Entertainment head of programming, Jeff Dillard.
“He’s an extraordinary writer and an incredible actor, and he has been writing for us since the show’s inception in 2014.”
“Bong Soon” is also coming to Black Entertainment’s streaming service, Black Entertainment Network, which will debut in 2018.
The new series stars Emmy Award nominee Michael Keaton, who has played Bong Soon in the past.
“When I heard about Michael’s new show, I was so excited to work with him on it,” said host and Black Entertainment founder and CEO Michael Delve.
“I’ve always admired Michael’s humor, his talent, and his compassion.
I am honored to bring his unique blend of humor, drama, and drama-filled drama to Black and will be sharing more about Bong soon.”
“I’m excited to be the first Black Entertainment show on a streaming platform and I’m so grateful to be a part of a network that has such an amazing history,” said actor and producer, Michelle Nunn.
“Black Entertainment has proven that they are an equal opportunity employer with a culture of diversity and inclusion that has led to the highest ratings and highest ratings of any network on television.
They are a brand that has transcended the cable and satellite landscape and I can’t wait to get behind them as they continue to develop their talent and continue to deliver amazing shows.”
Black Entertainment and BlackEntertainment Network will begin production on the first season of Bolo, which follows Bong and his brother Bong Dang, as they struggle with their parents’ divorce, their father’s drug addiction, and the loss of their mother and the family’s future.
The show will feature original episodes, including a new season of “Rudy” and a “Rosa” inspired by Black Entertainment magazine.
“This is a great time for Bolo to begin his life and we are looking forward to sharing his story in his new series,” said Delve, who is also the creator of the popular “Black” comedy series “The Blackest Night.”
“It is my privilege to introduce Bolo as the new Black Entertainment television series, and I am thrilled that he has chosen us to launch his show with his brother.
This is an amazing opportunity for Black Entertainment to showcase the diversity and talent they have to offer and it will help Bolo be a great actor and entertainer.
We are thrilled to have Michael as the showrunner.”
“We are thrilled that Bong has been tapped to write the first two seasons of the new Bolo series,” added Delve’s co-founder and CEO, Michael Delves.
“Michael’s incredible writing talent and the talent of his cast and crew has created an engaging, fun and dynamic television show.
This new Bongo series is set in a very authentic, grounded world, and our goal is to continue to build on the success of this first season and beyond.”
Bongo is a new show for BlackEnterance, the streaming service Black Entertainment.
Black Entertainment was founded in 2015 with an ambitious mission to bring original programming and original content to the Internet in the spirit of diversity, inclusion, and inclusion in media.
The service, which has been available to Black subscribers for more than two years, will debut on March 6.