Reality TV shines it's lens on African-American periodical, Jones, in the Centric (BET) series, Keeping Up with the Joneses. An eight episode reality series, Keeping Up with the Joneses documents the expansion efforts of Houston-based Jones magazine.
Jones serves as a lifestyle guide for the African-American elite and the series with follow the day-to-day dealings of the magazine's Editor-In-Chief, Tracey Ferguson. Tune into the premiere of Keeping Up with the Joneses on April 8th at 9 P.M. on Centric.
Centric is a 24-hour music and entertainment channel that reflects the lifestyle and sophistication of today's African-American and multicultural adult viewer. With a finger on the pulse of an ever-changing beat, its compelling music content fuses Soul, R&B, Neo-Soul, Hip Hop, Reggae, Gospel, Jazz, Old School, New School and everything in between with today's hottest artists. It is a unique of mix of music, culture and lifestyle programming that embodies the lives, tastes and aspirations of the Centric viewer.