“The Game” Renewed For 22 More Episodes On BET + Start Taping!!!



For all yall people that love the TV show The Game, BET just gave the go-ahead to start production on the new season of the show. I was told the show will start back taping right after Tia has her baby and a month of mama time.

“We will start taping in August or September, and the cast will all be back with a twist?” … I asked what the twist was and my source said…. I had to wait till the show comes out to find out what it is.”

The AJC is also reporting that the show was given  22 episodes:

BET, not surprisingly, has given its two recent scripted hits “The Game” and “Let’s Stay Together” new seasons, 22 episodes apiece. Both shows are shot in Atlanta and will begin production soon.

“The Game,” a relationships comedy which was on the CW for three seasons but was canceled in 2009, found a new home last year on BET. There, the show debuted at a robust 7.7 million viewers and continued to draw 3 to 4 million viewers per new episode by season’s end.

The original “Let’s Stay Together,” another relationship-based comedy, opened at 4.4 million but drifted down to around 2 million viewers per episode by season’s end. Relatively speaking, its retention of “The Game” audience was not that great but obviously good enough to keep around.

RonReaco Lee, who grew up in Stone Mountain and plays Jamal on “Let’s Stay Together,” told me today in an interview that “Let’s Stay Together” should begin production in Atlanta at the end of May or early June. Last year, the show taped in the space occupied by “The Mo’Nique Show” at Turner Studios while that talk show was on break.

“The Game” taped last year at the new EUE/Screen Gems, the space formerly occupied by the Lakewood Antiques Market, and should be returning there soon.



  1. The Game people need to find their self’s the 45 year old black lady teaching girl game need to stop. Look at you and your men. Ugly only talk crazy. Sexy it ain’t you. $5.00


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