What To Watch: The Hottest Show Premieres This Week! | Celebrity Page
Ricky Cornish is counting down the shows hitting our screens this week!

'Transplant' Premieres On NBC! 💉

Talk about starting things off with a bang!

NBC is starting to roll out the first of its new fall shows, beginning with Transplant.

The new medical drama centers around a Syrian refugee doctor who has amazing skills when it comes to saving lives.

The lead in the show, Hazma Haq, gives Ricky the complete lowdown in the video above!

However, there are more hot shows taking over our TVs this week...

BET Premieres A Slew Of Tyler Perry Projects! 📺

Tyler Perry truly knows how to cover all aspects of television with his incredible projects!

The mogul now has a few projects taking over BET, from House of Payne to Assisted Living.

Longtime friends and collaborators of Perry's, David and Tamela Mann, also tell us what they enjoy most about working on set in the video above.

MTV Brings Back 'Ghosted' 👻

Move over Catfish... MTV is bringing another fan-favorite show!

For season two of Ghosted: Love Gone Missing, Travis Mills and Rachel Lindsay are hopping on Zoom to confront people who are ghosting people left and right in quarantine. (BTW: "ghosting" happens when a person suddenly ignores another person after creating an initial connection).

Travis Mills jumped on the phone with Ricky to talk all about this season's dynamic in the segment above. Happy viewing!

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