via press release:
The T.O. Show Returns for a Third Season
In Season 3, T.O. Once Again Finds Himself Without A Team With Limited Prospects On The Horizon – What’s An Aging Superstar To Do? Party in South Beach, of course!
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Feb. 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — “The T.O. Show” returns for a third season and his reality show is about to get more real than ever. Terrell is once again a player without a team and a man without a woman. Everyone seems to think that Terrell’s football career is over, but in his own mind he knows that he’s got at least one more great season in him. A year, however, is not a lot of time and faced with the uncertainty of life without football, Terrell realizes that he needs to get his entrepreneurial game on. “The T.O. Show” season 3 premiere is scheduled for the summer of 2011.
When we last saw Terrell at the end of season two he was down on one knee proposing to his long suffering girlfriend, Kari. In the middle of their lunch meeting, his publicist and business partner Monique quit, leaving Kita to pick up the pieces. Since then, he and Kari have parted ways — to no one’s surprise — and Monique has reluctantly come back to work for Terrell — to everyone’s surprise.
Season three is all about perspective, fun and a change of scenery. Terrell has decided that he wants to live in Miami this off season and tells the girls that he needs them to relocate to be there with him. Once again, Mo and Terrell are at odds. She has her husband Victor and three boys to consider. Her decision could be the final blow to their friendship and working relationship. Meanwhile, Kita is still picking up the pieces to her broken heart after finding out that her boyfriend Joe was still legally married. She needs to get away and Miami is the perfect place for her to get a fresh start and she can help Terrell get his life together.
Through it all, Terrell commits himself to the future, working on several business opportunities including taking his own barbershop, ‘T.O. Cutz’ to the next level. He also capitalizes on one of his most valuable assets – his body – and takes a financial risk to launch a brand of fitness products and a personal training business catered to women, of course.
Meanwhile, Terrell and Kita hit the South Beach scene. Let the womanizing commence! Terrell, has a revolving door of honey’s rolling through the house he shares with Kita. But, how long will she tolerate it? And how long will it take before Monique caves in and shows up on Terrell’s doorstep? And, when she finally does, will it be three’s company or three’s a crowd?
One thing is for sure, if Terrell hopes to get his life together before it implodes he’s going to need all the help he can get.
For full episodes and extra scenes from past seasons of “The T.O. Show,” viewers can visitTOShow.VH1.com.
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Founded in 2007 by Jesse Ignjatovic and Evan Prager, Den of Thieves has quickly emerged as a force for ambitious event shows and uniquely stylized reality television series. Using their extensive experience working with talent, Ignjatovic and Prager launched Den of Thieves as the TV arm of the Warner Music Group in 2007. After a successful three year partnership there, they branched out and are now fully independent. With an array of formats ranging from Comedy Central’s stand-up special “Russell Brand in NYC” to VH1’s “The T.O. Show” to the MTV Video Music Awards, Den of Thieves continues to create, develop and produce original television.
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