Uncensored is back with its third season on March 21, 2021. The show that started in 2018 will premiere with an exclusive lineup including gospel artist Donnie McClurkin and television producer Mona Scott-Young.
McClurkin, known for songs like We Fall Down and Great Is Your Mercy, often shares the testimony of his introduction to music. Inspired by gospel legend Andrae Crouch, at eleven years old, McClurkin waited for Crouch after a performance to speak with him.
“Lord, give him what you gave to me,” McClurkin recalled Crouch said while praying for him.
In the Uncensored trailer, McClurkin opens up about how God revealed to him the power of living in truth.
“God had to remind me people don’t appreciate you until you become real; until you become transparent.”
Uncensored is a television show that explores the lives of celebrities as they provide insight into their success and share the challenges they have faced throughout the years in the industry.
Previous guests have included actors like Larenze Tate and Tichina Arnold. This season will premiere with the life of singer-songwriter and producer Teddy Riley.
Riley, born and raised in Harlem, has worked with artists like Michael Jackson on songs such as Remember the Time and Jam. “It was good to work with any Jackson,” Riley said in a previous interview when reflecting on the work he has done with the Jackson family.
Television producer Mona-Scott Young will also be featured in this season of Uncensored. Young is best known for producing the popular television series, Love & Hip Hop, Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, and Love & Hip Hop Miami.
“In 2008 I wanted to do something different knowing that there was so much more that I wanted to accomplish for myself,” Young said in an interview with Wendy Williams. “I wanted to branch off and do Monami Entertainment. What I wanted to do was pursue television.”
Tune into the new season of Uncensored on March 21, 2021 on TVOne.