Production Has Begun on the "BEING MARY JANE" Two-Hour Series Finale Starring Gabrielle Union in Atlanta, GA
Morris Chestnut Joins the All-Star Cast Including Michael Ealy, Lisa Vidal, Richard Roundtree, Margaret Avery, Richard Brooks, BJ Britt, Raven Goodwin and Nicholas Gonzalez
NEW YORK -- BET Networks announced that production is underway for the two-hour series finale of "BEING MARY JANE," starring Gabrielle Union in Atlanta, GA. Morris Chestnut joins the all-star cast including Michael Ealy, Lisa Vidal, Richard Roundtree, Margaret Avery, Richard Brooks, BJ Britt, Raven Goodwin and Nicholas Gonzalez. The "BEING MARY JANE" series finale movie is slated to air Fall 2018.
"BEING MARY JANE" is executive produced by Gabrielle Union, Mara Brock Akil, Salim Akil and Jeff Morrone. "BEING MARY JANE" is co-executive produced by Patrik-Ian Polk and Alexander A. Motlagh. Writers of the finale are Polk, Devon K. Shepard and Alyson Fouse and the movie is being directed by Adam Shankman. The series was created by Brock Akil.
For video sneak peeks and first looks from series finale of "BEING MARY JANE," visit the official page at BET.com/beingmaryjane. Viewers can also find series updates on Facebook by liking the fan page at Facebook: Facebook.com/BeingMaryJane. Also, join the conversation about the show on Twitter by using hashtag: #BeingMaryJane; follow the show for all updates & special surprises: @BeingMaryJane. For more information about the series visit BET.com.
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