Four Guys from Different Worlds with Lots of Opinions Make the New Late-Night Talk Series "BET's Mancave"

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15 January 2018
Courtesy of BET
"BET's Mancave"
Premieres Thursday, January 18 at 10:30 PM ET/PT on BET
          The cast of the new late-night original series BET’s MANCAVE  includes singer/songwriter and actor Tank, comedian Gerald “Slink” Johnson (Black Jesus), hit-making producer Marcos “Kosine” Palacios and TV personality and Executive Producer Jeff Johnson. This progressive new talk format assembles a diverse group of black men who will share unadulterated and provocative views about life, love, politics, sex, pop culture and more. Four guys from different backgrounds will share lots of opinions for our consideration.
          Through humor, genuine emotion and heated debate, the cast will discuss their own experiences, while revealing what it’s really like to navigate the world as an African-American man. These outspoken men will kick back and get transparent about today’s hot-button topics. Four guys.

           R&B star Tank is a Grammy-Award winner who also starred in BET’s series “The New Edition Story.” Actor, producer and comedian Gerald “Slink” Johnson is best known for his hilarious yet controversial role as “Black Jesus” on Adult Swim and the FXX series “Chozen.” Marcos “Kosine” Palacios is one half of the producing duo Da Internz, which has created monster hits for artists like Rihanna (Birthday Cake and Nikki Minaj (Anaconda).
          Each episode will feature a new celebrity guest who will join the guys as they offer an unfiltered look at what men really talk about within their inner circle of male friends. Covering such topics as entertainment, sex and relationships, politics, current events, sports and much more, this no-holds-barred conversation provides a fresh take on black men’s views of what’s happening in today’s culture.
          Every episode of BET’S MANCAVE will also feature a variety of irreverent weekly segments, including field packages driven by the men or by one of the show’s correspondents on assignment. From man on the street interviews to physical and mental challenges, hilarity and fun is sure to ensue.

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