** WE TV TUNE IN ALERT**
WARRYN HAS A SURPRISE IN STORE FOR ERICA AND TINA
ON THE SEASON SIX PREMIERE OF “MARY MARY”
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 AT 9/8c
Photos from Last Night’s Premiere Party at The Cutting Room NYC: http://mm.gettyimages.com/mm/
*Sneak Peek Below!*
SEASON PREMIERE: “Mary vs Mary” – Episode 601 – Airing Thursday, September 28 at 9/8c
Tina and Erica are at odds with each other when they find out their solo singles are in direct competition. Teddy and Tina host their digital show, but when they talk “forgiveness” it dredges up painful infidelity issues. Warryn desperately needs to deliver a new Mary Mary album so he devises a secret plan to escape financial ruin and bring Mary Mary back together. Tensions boil over and his plans may fail...until a miraculous Divine Intervention shocks the entire family.
SNEAK PEEK: https://youtu.be/D3j7rgc77jc
ABOUT “MARY MARY”
Popular docu-series “Mary Mary” returns for its sixth and final season, starting on September 28th at 9pm ET/PT on WEtv. The series, which chronicles the lives of Erica and Tina Campbell, sisters and members of the contemporary gospel group Mary Mary, returns this fall with six one hour-long episodes. One of WE tv’s most talked about series, the fifth season of “Mary Mary” reached 12.7 million total viewers and was the #1 cable program in its time slot among African-American Women 25-54.
Season 5 of “Mary Mary” ended with high tensions between Erica and Tina, leaving fans to speculate about the fate of the group. At the same time, Goo Goo planned to transition from her role as their stylist to pursue her personal dreams. On season 6 of “Mary Mary,” the group braves global terrorist threats to take on their biggest world tour yet. But competition over each of their growing solo careers, and long buried emotional demons that resurface in the Holy Land prove to be the ultimate test of their sisterly bond.
“Mary Mary” was nominated for an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Reality Program/Reality Competition Series earlier this year. The NAACP Image Awards celebrates the accomplishments of people of color in the fields of television, music, literature and film and also honors individuals or groups who promote social justice through creative endeavors.