Debbie Allen Gives Glimpse of TV One's New Episodes for 'Uncensored' Ahead of Her Appearance

Gracious Egedegbe
Sep 20, 2020
03:00 A.M.
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Actress Debbie Allen gave fans a glimpse of the new episodes of TV One's popular show, "Uncensored," and it appears fans should expect an exciting season.


Debbie Allen has shared a new Instagram post about the TV One docu-series, "Uncensored," which explores the lives of some of Hollywood's biggest stars.

The post featured a picture of Allen wearing an all-black outfit on the set of the show. It also included a trailer of some episodes from the upcoming season 3.

Debbie Allen at the red carpet of "Turn Me Loose" at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on October 15, 2017. | Photo: Getty Images


The clip saw the spotlight on stars like Omari Hardwick, Jenifer Lewis, Yandy Smith-Harris, rapper Eve and Allen.

With the list of stars set to appear on "Uncensored" this season, fans of the show are set to be taken into the world of their favorite celebrities. Captioning the post, Allen wrote:

"Chile, I'm giving you ALL the tea on@UncensoredTVOne! ☕️."


Shortly after sharing the post, fans of the show were quick to flood the comments section with emojis, showing how excited they are about the new season.

Allen came into the spotlight in 1980 after starring in a Broadway revival of "West Side Story." This performance got her a Tony nomination and would eventually open up the doors to her successful career.

Balancing her work-life situation was a tad tricky, and that ultimately affected her job on the show.


The third season of "Uncensored" premieres on Sunday, September 20, and the episode highlights rapper, actor, and TV host, Eve. In the episode, Eve talks about her interracial marriage and the career-changing decision that led to winning her first Grammy Award.

Eve also spoke about her eponymous sitcom "Eve" that aired on UPN for three years. The show was designed to be as successful as one of the network's hit series, "Moesha." 


Though the show gained popularity within the African American community, the ratings did not do as well as expected. Eventually, the show was canceled.

On "Uncensored," Eve opened up about how her behavior might have also caused the show's short run. For the young actress, balancing her work-life situation was a tad tricky, and that ultimately affected her job on the show.

Today, Eve is a Grammy award winner. She also serves as a co-host on the CBS daytime show "The Talk," which centers around contemporary issues.

With all of the exciting parts to Eve's life, there is no doubt that fans are set for an exciting season premiere of "Uncensored" on Sunday.