Regina Hall, Jill Scott, Eve Star in Lifetime Original Movie ‘With This Ring’ Premiering January 24

Regina Hall, Jill Scott, Eve Star in Lifetime Original Movie 'With This Ring' Premiering January 24

Regina Hall, Jill Scott, and Eve Jeffers Cooper star as 3 single friends who vow to get married within a year after attending their best friend’s wedding, in the Lifetime Original Movie "With This Ring," which the network has now set a premiere for on Saturday, January 24, 2015, at 8pm ET/PT.

Brooklyn Sudano, Deion Sanders, Stephen Bishop, Jason George and Brian White round out the key cast.

The romantic comedy is based on the best seller, "The Vow," by Denene Millner, Angela Burt-Murray and Mitzi Miller, which tells the story of  Trista (Hall), a career-driven talent agent, Viviane (Scott), a successful gossip columnist, and Amaya (Cooper), a struggling actress, who make a pact to get married within the year to either a new love or a man waiting in the wings, after attending their friend Elise’s (Sudano) wedding to Nate (Bishop) on New Year’s Eve. But the close friends face their own set of challenges – Trista has not gotten over her commitment-phobic ex-boyfriend Damon (White), Viviane is secretly in love with Sean (George), the father of her son, and Amaya is desperate to break up her boyfriend Keith’s (Sanders) unhappy marriage so they can live happily ever after. But will they all make it to the altar?

Written and directed by Nzingha Stewart, "With This Ring" is produced by Sony Pictures Television. 

Executive producers are Tracey E. Edmonds via her Edmonds Entertainment Group, Gabrielle Union in her first producing role, and Sheila Ducksworth. 

Casting is by Tracy "Twinkie" Byrd.

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Tracy is a reality tv star and a host on Extra. Shes not intrested in making quality product.


As Allen Iverson (ex-NBA player) said in his rant heard around the world "we’re talking PRACTICE, not a real game!". With that in mind, listen folks, we’re talking LIFETIME and an over-done rom-com with a tired premise, and casting by Tracy "Twinkie" Byrd. OMG! Who remembers the casting choices in that dreadful Aaliyah: The Prince of R&B movie? Anyway, like all movies in Lifetime’s gallery of movies targeted for the African American community, we’re talking practice here folks. Well, I mean, this is not the network where stars are born, nor a place of great cinematic affair. Nope, not, dain’t never gonna happen. In essence, the Lifetime network is the playground, the B-league, the chitlin circuit, the practice field for black directors, actors, etc.. So the next time another "With This Ring" or "I’m a black woman looking for love in all the wrong ways" appears, don’t cry, just take in a deep breath, hold it, then, as you slowly exhale say "this is Lifetime, it’s practice, it’s not a real movie to be taken seriously".


She needs to get back into the edgy indie game where the shine is!!! acquire low, so return is high. i honestly dont kno wtf shes doing anymore

ALP again

@Markv, not sure I can agree with you there, buddy. TE stock has lowered since "Who’s Your Caddy"… she seems content with fair-to-middlin these days…

Mark V

Hey, she’s making a living in a business that is notoriously shi**y to black people. Movie might be tepid but I aint mad at her.


i remember when Tracey Edmonds used to make movies that mattered

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