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NBC's Deception



Everyone knows I LOVE a good show!! Especially one with suspense and a good story line. (i.e. my LOVE for Scandal)

NBC has decided to step up their game and bring what I believe to be one of the Hottest new shows of the Winter season. .Deception starring the beautiful Megan Good (Jumping the Broom, Stomp the Yard, Deliver Us From Eva) and the Oh SO Handsome and talented Laz Alonso (Jumping the Broom, Stomp the Yard, Avatar, and This Christmas. .just to name a few).

The Plot:
When Vivian Bowers, a famous socialite, is found dead from what appears to be an overdose, her best friend, Detective Joanna Locasto (Megan Good), is re-embraced by the wealthy Bowers family and in time she begins to uncover the truth of what really happened with her friend's death.

Let me tell you. .if you have ONDemand you need to check out the FIRST episode via NBC (available until Jan 13)!!

I watched it on Christmas Eve and when I say this show will have you on the edge of your seat, bed, or wherever you are watching. .GET READY!!

Deception will be premiering January 7, 2013 at 10:00pm (est) and as you can see. .I will be TUNED IN!! The Bowers are a MESS ya'll and I can't wait to see what all is in store. .and of course get my Laz fix ;")

@TNBeautyQueen
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