Tyler Perry's 'House of Payne' Is Back & the Revival Will Air on BET
Tyler Perry's "House of Payne" series is set to make a comeback on the BET Network, featuring its original cast members.
Thanks to Tyler Perry Studios' most recent Instagram story update, a "House of Payne" revival has just been confirmed starring series originals LaVan Davis, Cassi Davis Patton, Demetria McKinney, Keshia Knight Pulliam, Lance Gross, China Anne McClain, Laramie "Doc" Shaw, and Allen Payne.
On top of the "House of Payne" revival, BET Networks also gave the go signal for "Tyler Perry's Assisted Living," a brand new comedy series featuring David and Tamela Mann, J. Anthony Brown, Na'im Lynn, Courtney Nichole, Alex Henderson, and Tayler Buck.
Tyler Perry has been on a roll recently, launching his new studio alongside multiple projects that fans are excited to see.
REMEMBERING "HOUSE OF PAYNE"
Both "House of Payne" and "Assisted Living" have reportedly started production at Tyler's very own Tyler Perry Studios in Georgia, and are set to premiere in summer.
Previously, "House of Payne" ran for 254 episodes from 2006 to 2012, and picks up five years later as Curtis Payne, played by LaVan Davis, and his wife Ella, played by Cassi Davis Patton, work through everyday life with their modern-day family.
TYLER'S "MADEA'S FAREWELL PLAY TOUR" PROJECT
Tyler Perry has been on a roll recently, launching his new studio alongside multiple projects that fans are excited to see. His most recent project is the "Madea's Farewell Play Tour," which is currently making rounds in theaters around America.
With many projects lined up, Perry is always in the lookout for new artists, and during the Georgia show for "Madea's Farewell Play Tour," she discovered a beautiful talent in his audience.
TYLER'S LATEST DISCOVERY
Jamysa Lytes Hutchins was singing with the rest of the crowd when Tyler heard her unique voice and asked her to sing on-stage for him.
Known for discovering artists, Perry quickly set up a meeting for her to meet with RCA Records, where she is set to join the likes of Gladys Knight, Donnie McClurkin, Rance Allen, Mary J. Blige, Freddie Jackson, and Boyz II Men.
With so many projects up his sleeve, it won't be a surprise if Jamysa ends up in one of them.