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NBC Orders More Episodes of 'Caught on Camera" with Nick Cannon

NBC News’ Peacock Productions announced today that it is producing six brand new episodes of “Caught on Camera with Nick Cannon.” Special half-hour episodes will air Saturday, March 7 and April 11 at 8pm/7c on NBC. The remaining hour-long episodes are set to air later this year. Created in part with NCredible Entertainment, series host Nick Cannon, and star of “America’s Got Talent,” will give viewers a look at everything from extreme stunts and daring feats to sly pranksters and colossal crashes.

Nick to Direct Comedy Feature "Three Little Words"

“America’s Got Talent” host Nick Cannon will direct the independent romantic comedy “Three Little Words,” with Mike Karz and William Bindley producing through their Gulfstream Pictures banner.

The Exchange acquired international rights for the project and will launch sales next week in Berlin.

“Three Little Words” is the story of a group of people dealing with various romantic relationships as they try to summon the courage to say those three simple words: “I love you.” Allison Burnett wrote the script.

Nick Shares His Management Strategy for Amber Rose

On Tuesday (October 14) while awaiting to break yet another World record at Samsung's #DITCHtheDSLR at Hollywood and Highland Nick shared his thought process on work and his plans for his new management client Amber Rose, with US magazine.

"We're super excited about her brand," Cannon told Us. "I feel like she's one of those people who are truly an icon when it comes to fashion, style, and even just someone in pop culture. I want to help her develop a lot of things and the first thing we are starting with is a book. We just did a huge book deal that we are really excited about."

Ncrdible's Kreesha Turners Gains Second Life

Ncredible's own Kreesha Turner has come to an evolution that was inevitable. From her squeaky cookie cutter previous image to her currently more edgy, dancehall-tinged self.

She talked to Noisey on why her second life is most definitely far more freeing. Here's a snippet:

How do you think this new route will be more successful than your career as a pop artist?

Oxygen Develops Reality Show Executive Produced By Nick

As part of its network rebranding, Oxygen Media has unveiled its new logo and tagline –”very real” — which is scheduled to launch October 7.

“This is a dynamic time for Oxygen as we rebrand and reinforce the
network as the destination for young female viewers,” Frances Berwick, president of Bravo & Oxygen Media, said in a statement. “With nine new series, we are committed to increasing original programming with vibrant and bold shows that are in line with our new programming filter and target this underserved audience.”

Nick Cannon Explains What Makes Him DOPE

Nick Cannon

He was born in San Diego, a comfy oceanfront postcard city known more for Sea World and scenic views than movie stars making mogul moves, but Nick Cannon had his ambitious sights set on superstardom from the start. Young homie hit Hollywood before graduating high school, working the comedy circuit as a pre-teen and even landed a gig as a script writer for Nickelodeon at only 17-years-old. Nick Cannon is DOPE… and has been for some time.

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