What In the Weekend with Nikki Woods: Dark Blue

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    This weekend Isaiah Washington returns to the big screen in “Blue Caprice” the movie based on the D.C. Sniper case. Reviewers have called the movie intense and haunting anchored by Washington’s strong performance. Terry McMillan’ latest book “Who Asked You” is available for pre-order and Mike Epps heads up to Boston, while Sinbad checks into the greater Philadelphia area. Here’s what else is happening this weekend.

    HOT ON TV:

    All Times Eastern

     Friday, September 13

    “The Book Of Eli”

    TNT, 8 p.m.

    Denzel Washington’s post-apocalyptic film deals with biblical themes


    TNT, 10:30 p.m.

    Samuel L. Jackson takes over the role Richard Roundtree originated; but Jeffrey’s Wright’s turn as a Dominican drug dealer made the movie

    Saturday, September 14

    “Bad Boys 2″

    Bravo, 9 p.m.

    Wll Smith and Martin Lawrence team up for the second time as cops in Miami

     Sunday, September 15

    “R&B Divas: L.A.- Reunion Pt. 2″

    TV One, 8 p.m.

    In case you missed all the drama, Pt. 2 repeats tonight

    “MIss America Pageant 2014″

    ABC, 9 p.m.

    The famed pageant returns to Atlantic City, Chris Harrison and Lara Spencer host

    READ IT:

    ‘Who Asked You?” by Terry McMillan

    The celebrated author releases her eighth book on Tuesday

    SEE IT:

    “Insidious 2″

    Rose Byrne, Patrick Wilson

    The sequel to the horror movie about a family who has some mysterious childhood secrets

    “Blue Caprice”

    Isaiah Washington plays notorious D.C. Sniper John Allen Muhammed in this intense take on the people behind the true-life story



    Friday, September 13


    Mike Epps

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