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Our Hollywood Insider and Endless Hustle podcast host Arthur Kade sat down with Kron Moore and got a look at Tyler Perry's life size replica of the White House in anticipation of the second season of Tyler Perry's The Oval on BET!


Fully committing, Tyler Perry created a life sized replica of the White House as a set for the show. The show has become the highest rated scripted drama on cable in its first season, so that investment paid off!

Much of the show's success has been due to actor Kron Moore, who dazzles viewers each week as First Lady Victoria Franklin. We sat down with Moore to talk about her role.

"It's been so much fun. Victoria is a whole circus, apart from everyone else in the White House. She's kind of a villain, but there are many layers to Victoria. I think season two will peel back those layers, and the audience will get to see a different side of her", said Moore.

There isn't an actor in the world who would scoff at the opportunity to work with someone like Tyler Perry, and Moore is no exception.

"It's been an amazing opportunity working with Tyler Perry. Being on the set of his studio has been amazing, and our castmates are truly supportive of each other, so I'm having a blast."

With season two now underway, get ready for even more Presidential drama!

"We just have a lot of fun with it, and I don't know, Victoria is just deliciously wicked."

Check out new episodes of Tyler Perry's The Oval, Tuesdays on BET!

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