Tyler Perry conceived, wrote, and executive produced Sistas, an American comedy-drama television series that aired on BET on October 23, 2019. BET renewed the show for a second season on May 12, 2020, with Perry stating that filming will begin on July 8, 2020. BET confirmed on September 2, 2020 that the second season would air on October 14, 2020. BET renewed the sitcom for a third season on January 19, 2021. On June 9, 2021, the third season premiered.
The Story of Sistas Season 3
Tyler Perry’s Sistas has been one of BET’s most successful series since its debut in 2019, with 1.4 million people turning in for the mid-season finale on August 25th. However, now that episode 11 has aired, fans must wait for Sistas to return from its usual mid-season hiatus.
Tyler Perry’s Sistas returned to BET on June 9th for its third season, following the dramatic cliffhanger at the end of season 2. Jasmine shot Gary and held Andi at gunpoint, and the plot started up just where season 2 left off. Fortunately, no one else was hurt before Jasmine was arrested, and Gary recovered from his injuries over time.
Sistas has continued the storylines of Andi, Karen, Danni, Sabrina, and co. since the debut, with numerous twists and turns as their relationships and day-to-day lives have been scrutinised.
Cast Of the Sistas Seasons
KJ Smith as Andrea “Andi” Barnes
Marilyn and Ernest Smith reared Smith in Tallahassee, Florida, where he was born and raised. She attended Florida State University and majored in Business Marketing. She received her bachelor’s degree from and then worked in corporate America. Smith continued her studies at Florida A&M University, where she majored in journalism.
Ebony Obsidian as Karen Mott
Obsidian grew up in the town of New Paltz, New York. She was trained at the William Esper Studio and is of Eritrean Habesha ancestry. She began acting in independent films while studying at the William Esper Studio, including The Vixens and Where Hearts Lie, in which she starred alongside Malik Yoba and Clifton Powell.
DeVale Ellis as Zac
He is married to Khadeen Ellis, with whom he has three sons: Jackson, Kairo, and Kaz. Devale and Khadeen run a YouTube channel called “The Ellises,” where they post family vlogs and skits. They collaborated on a podcast called “Dead Ass” in 2019, where they discuss their experiences, thoughts, and advice on love, marriage, and business. He has been starring in the television series “Tyler Perry’s Sistas” as Zac since 2019.
Devale played football and basketball for James Madison High School in Brooklyn, New York. He dominated the Public School Athletic League in his senior year at Madison. He was among the top 10 wide receivers in terms of receptions made and touchdowns scored. He was also a member of the PSAL all-star team. Throughout the season, he was dubbed Devale “Show Time” Ellis.
Brian Jordan Jr as Maurice Webb
Brian Jordan Jr. is an off-Broadway and regional theatre actor, singer, and dancer from the United States. He received his training at the Debbie Allen Dance Academy and NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Currently, he can be seen on BET as Maurice Webb in Tyler Perry’s Sistas. Jordan is a Baton Rouge native who graduated from Southeastern Louisiana University. He has appeared in the film, Bolden!: The Buddy Bolden Story, Get On Up!, and Christmas Belles, a new BET holiday feature.
Kevin Walton as Aaron Carter
Aaron recently went through a difficult breakup. He is unforgiving and ruthless when it comes to heartbreak. He has his own set of expectations for his partner: “My way or the highway.” Is it possible for him and Karen to work together?
When Can you expect Episode 12 of Season 3?
On Wednesday, October 13th, 2021, Sistas season 3 episode 12 will premiere.
Following the broadcast of the mid-season finale, BET confirmed the release date for episode 12. BET also published the viewership numbers for episode 11, revealing that 1.4 million people tuned in to see the show. When Sistas season 3 episode 12 premieres on October 13th, it will air concurrently on BET and BET Her at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
What Can We Expect in Future?
There are still several unanswered questions about Sistas’ destiny beyond the current season. Season 4 has yet to be officially renewed, but we’d be ready to bet it’s a foregone conclusion. Consider the following scenario: Season 3 has nearly equaled season 2 in terms of ratings, and it’s difficult to believe that the network would want to go in a different direction based on that alone.
In an era where the great majority of series are losing viewers week after week, it’s difficult to fathom a scenario where BET commissions another show and it achieves anything close to these figures right away.
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