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BET picks up new docu-series with David and Tamela Mann

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Gospel music power couple Tamela and David Mann are hitting television screens this fall after their series, was picked up by BET. The project will give viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the multifaceted lives of these successful entertainers, as they strive to strike the perfect chord between career, family and love.

David and Tamela give viewers a real life introduction to the couple behind "Meet The Browns," as they showcase their light-hearted humor, real-life issues, and unique family dynamic.

Internationally famous for their starring roles on stage and screen, Tamela Mann (Diary of a Mad Black Woman, Madea's Family Reunion, Sparkle) and David Mann (Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns, Tyler Perry's Madea Goes to Jail) have become household names for their starring turn in "Meet the Browns."

Grammy nominated Tamela Mann's The "Take Me To The King" digital single, written and produced by Franklin and recorded and performed by Tamela, was recently RIAA Certified Gold, having sold more than 500,000 digital copies. David Mann, Tillymann Music Group label head and Tamela's manager and husband, David Mann, presented Tamela with her RIAA Certified Gold plaque during their Comedy and Concert event on Friday, August 1 at the Victoria Fine Arts Center in Victoria, Texas.

Tamela Mann's Their new docu-series, yet untitled, will take a peek behind their celebrity on-screen personas, exclusive events, and famous friends, to the down home lives of the real David and Tamela Mann.

In eight 30-minute episodes, viewers will get a taste of the careful balancing act of being celebrities, entrepreneurs, and parents to four adult children - all while maintaining their 26-year old marriage. Viewers may have met the Browns, but this show introduces The Manns like you've never seen them before!

In partnership with eOne, the series is executive produced by David and Tamela Mann along with Tara Long, Howie Miller, Kim McKoy, Roger Bobb, and Phil Thornton.

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