The fourth season of the Being Mary Jane TV show premieres Tuesday, January 10, 2017 at 9:00pm ET/PT. Gabrielle Union stars as news anchor Mary Jane Paul, in the drama series. Michael Ealy, Lisa Vidal, Richard Roundtree, Margaret Avery, Richard Brooks, BJ Britt, Jr., and Raven Goodwin also star.
Being Mary Jane season four finds Mary Jane as a correspondent on Great Day USA, a national morning news show out of New York. Valerie Pettiford and Chiké Okonkwo will guest star in the fourth season. Learn more from BET, after the jump.
SEASON FOUR PREMIERE OF “BEING MARY JANE” AIRS TUESDAY, JANUARY 10 AT 9PM ET ON BET NETWORKS
STARRING GABRIELLE UNION, MICHAEL EALY, LISA VIDAL, RICHARD ROUNDTREE, MARGARET AVERY, RICHARD BROOKS, BJ BRITT, JR., RAVEN GOODWIN
VALARIE PETTIFORD AND CHIKÉ OKONKWO WILL ALSO GUEST STAR THIS SEASON
The highly-anticipated fourth season of Being Mary Jane will premiere Tuesday, January 10 at 9pm ET on BET.
In season four, when Kara (Lisa Vidal) helps her land a gig as correspondent on Great Day USA, a national morning news show in New York City, Mary Jane Paul makes the move to achieve her lifetime career goal of becoming a national lead anchor. At Great Day, Mary Jane meets her idol, veteran lead anchor Ronda Sales (Valarie Pettiford), and realizes that working closely with your heroes isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Things are further complicated when her old nemesis, Justin Talbot (Michael Ealy), appears as a new producer.
Along with the new job and city, Mary Jane resolves to start fresh in every way possible, including her love life. She quickly falls for Lee Truitt (Chiké Okonkwo), a successful stand-up comedian from the UK who tests Mary Jane’s preconceived notions about what (or who) she needs in her life. Back in Atlanta, the Patterson’s deal with the fallout from Niecy’s (Raven Goodwin) run-in with the police. With Mary Jane in New York, they grow closer as they realize their new roles within the family and do what they can to step up to the plate for one another.[Press release via The Futon Critic]
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