[04/08/14 - AM]Queen Latifah's Flavor Unit Entertainment Enters into Exclusive New Programing Partnership with Centric, the First Network Designed for the Black Woman Highlights include a new season of former VH1 series "Single Ladies."[02/13/14 - AM]BET Networks' Returning Hit Original Series' "The Game" and "Let's Stay Together" Are Back and Ready to Excite Fans on Tuesday, March 4Both series returns for a new season with 10 episodes each.[05/23/13 - AM]Over Six Million Viewers Tuned in for the Mid-Season Finale of "The Game" and the Season Finale of "Let's Stay Together"Plus: "The Game" will kick off the remainder of season six on Tuesday, July 2 followed by the premiere of "Being Mary Jane."[04/02/13 - PM]BET Networks Announces New Programming at Annual Upfront Presentation New originals include "Being Mary Jane," "Burns BBQ," "Comic View" and "T.
D Jakes Presents: Mind, Body & Soul."[03/28/13 - PM]Nearly 4 Million Viewers Watched the Premiere of "The Game" and Nearly 3 Million Viewers Watched the Premiere of "Let's Stay Together" on BETBET spins the numbers for Tuesday, March 26.[02/26/13 - AM]Players Come and Go, But "The Game" Goes On as Season Six Kicks Off with Its 100th Episode on March 26Season six will open with a special one hour-long premiere followed by the return of "Let's Stay Together."[01/16/13 - PM]More Than 11 Million Viewers Watched Both the Premiere and Encore Telecasts of "Real Husbands of Hollywood" and "Second Generation Wayans" on BETBET spins the numbers for Tuesday, January 15.[04/10/12 - PM]Q1 in Review/Q2 in Preview: A&E, ABC Family, AMC, Animal Planet, BET, Bravo & Cartoon Network A look at what's ahead on the cable channels, plus a recap of their ratings to date this year.[03/20/12 - PM]Development Update: Tuesday, March 20Updates include: Stephanie March joins "Baby Big Shot" at CBS; Eddie Izzard is the first to NBC's "Mockingbird Lane"; and Noah Emmerich cast in FX's "The Americans."[01/30/12 - AM]BET and CENTRIC Pay Tribute to the Richness and Diversity of the African-American Experience With a Lineup of Dynamic Programming During Black History Month Highlights include original episodes of comedies "The Game" and "Let's Stay Together."[12/01/11 - AM]BET's Scripted Series - "The Game" and "Let's Stay Together" - Return to Entice Fans for Another Hit Season on Tuesday, January 10 at 10 PMThe top-rated scripted comedies will each return with 22 half-hour episodes.[04/20/11 - AM]It's a Brand New Game: BET Networks to Announce Fresh Scripted and Music Programming at 2011 Upfront Presentation The cable channel formally announces the renewals of "The Game" and "Let's Stay Together."[04/07/11 - AM]Q1 2011 Cable Ratings Recap: "The Game," "Tosh.0" & "Spartacus" See Largest Growth Among Scripted Series"Hot in Cleveland," "Californication," "Big Love" conversely saw the biggest declines.[03/30/11 - AM]BET's "Let's Stay Together" Season Finale "Together, Forever-Ever? Tune in for the shocker that will have everyone talking.[01/26/11 - AM]BET and CENTRIC Celebrate Black History Month With a Lineup of Exciting Programming Showcasing the Depth and Diversity of the African-American Experience Said offerings include new episodes of BET's hit comedies "The Game" and "Let's Stay Together."[01/06/11 - PM]BET Presents "Let's Stay Together," a New Original Series that Gives An Updated, Urban Perspective on Love and Marriage Premiering Tuesday, January 11 at P. The multi-camera half-hour stars Bert Belasco, Joyful Drake, Nadine Ellis, Erica Hubbard and Ron Reaco Lee.[10/06/10 - PM]Development Update: Wednesday, October 6Updates include: NBC halts production on "Outlaw"; BET sets a premiere date for CW transplant "The Game"; and David Bickel, Tom Fontana land new series projects.[04/14/10 - PM]BET Networks Unveils New African American Consumer Market Research and New Programming at 2010 Upfront Presentation Plus: the cable channel formally announces the return of "The Game."[04/07/10 - AM]Development Update: Wednesday, April 7Updates include: Lauren Bowles to recur on HBO's "True Blood"; Malinda Williams, Bert Belasco to topline BET comedy pilot; and TLC to revive "American Chopper."DESCRIPTION:(from BET's press release, February 2014) Fans will not have to wait much longer to learn the fate of their favorite, lovable characters on BET's top-rated scripted comedies THE GAME and LET'S STAY TOGETHER.
In the season premiere, Jamal (Ron Reaco Lee) is following his political dreams and running for city council however his opponent Blanche Taylor (Ericka Alexander) begins a smear campaign against him, but Tasha (Joyful Drake) and Charles (Bert Belasco) help him fight back.
And while Tasha's (Joyful Drake) baby boutique is booming, she finds it's not as easy as she imagined when she unwittingly hires a manufacturer with a questionable work ethic to sew her designs.
The series centers on a married couple, an engaged couple, and a single sister who all take courageous steps as they navigate life, love, and matrimony.
Even when things don't always go their way, the gang still finds that love is all they need to stay together.
Network: BET Episodes: 55 (half-hour) Seasons: Four TV show dates: January 11, 2011 — April 29, 2014 Series status: Cancelled Performers include: Nadine Ellis, Bert Belasco, Joyful Drake, Ron Reaco Lee, and Erica Hubbard.TV show description: This romantic comedy takes an unconventional look at the lives of five young, ambitious African Americans.After premiere week, LET'S STAY TOGETHER will resume its regularly scheduled time of Tuesdays at p.m. Additionally, cable television's favorite couples are back in the fourth season of LET'S STAY TOGETHER!Kicking off yet another exciting adventure in love and marriage, LET'S STAY TOGETHER redefines what modern black love looks like and what it truly takes to stay together.
" Vows to Leave Viewers Speechless on Tuesday, April 5, 2011 at P. Both series returns for a new season with 10 episodes each beginning Tuesday, March 4 at 10 p.m.* THE GAME Season 7 premieres with a special hour-long episode from - p.m.followed by the Season 4 premiere of LET'S STAY TOGETHER at 11 p.m.