The Manns - Netflix
TV One welcomes David and Tamela Mann to the network as they embark on a new chapter and give viewers a glimpse into the drama, intrigue, faith and laughter that will ensue in their new reality docu-series called The Manns. The announcement was made today by TV One SVP of Programming and Production D'Angela Proctor. The new one-hour show from Entertainment One (eOne) and Bobbcat Films, currently in production in Texas, will join the network schedule in Q2 2017 The Manns have delighted and inspired audiences through a string of Tyler Perry plays and movies, as well as the television series, Meet The Browns and Mann & Wife. The new show will reveal the often hilarious and sometimes controversial interactions between David and Tamela, their four grown children, eight grandchildren and a slew of friends, extended family and other characters that enrich the lives of the entertainment power couple. With recording careers, touring, filming and managing an outrageous family, The Manns often find themselves negotiating from the conference table to the kitchen table while showing viewers the day-to-day challenges, successes and joy that happen behind the scenes with this beloved couple who has been married for 29 years.
Runtime: 60 minutes
The Manns - Manns Choice, Pennsylvania - Netflix
Manns Choice is a borough in Bedford County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 300 at the 2010 census.
The Manns - Geography - Netflix
Manns Choice is located in west-central Bedford County at 40°0′10″N 78°35′29″W (40.002836, -78.591440), in the valley of the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River. Buffalo Mountain and Wills Mountain rise to the east. The borough is mostly surrounded by Harrison Township, but it is bordered by Napier Township to the northwest. Pennsylvania Routes 31 and 96 pass through the borough. Route 31 leads northeast 3.4 miles (5.5 km) to U.S. Route 30 west of Bedford, while Route 96 heads south 15 miles (24 km) to Hyndman and 29 miles (47 km) to Cumberland, Maryland. Route 31 and 96 together head northwest out of town, Route 96 leading to Shawnee State Park and Schellsburg, and Route 31 leading eventually to Somerset. Interstate 76, the Pennsylvania Turnpike, passes just north of the borough limits but does not provide access; the nearest exit is in Bedford. According to the United States Census Bureau, the borough has a total area of 0.51 square miles (1.31 km2), of which 0.004 square miles (0.01 km2), or 1.02%, is water. Manns Choice town center still preserves its historical watering trough once used to water the horses pulling traveling stages on their way across “the glades”, now Glades Pike, to Fort Pitt, now Pittsburgh. It has chiefly been an agricultural community since its settlement following the Revolutionary War. The town's farms and forest were once a land grant offered to German mercenary Hessian Jägers paying loyalty to General George Washington's infantry. Prior to its settlement the area was home to the Shawnee and Monongahela native tribes. The tribes inhabited the area's many small creeks, river banks and meadowlands. They groomed a well balanced permacultural environment witch still exists on thousands of surrounding acres of state forests, parks and farmlands today. Today the primary industry is still agriculture. Of its many farms, Horn O' Plenty Farm and Freshtaurant is noted for pioneering innovative agricultural practices and markets that have influenced the region, reassuring confidence for the future of farmers. The historic White Sulphur Springs Hotel is located 4 miles (6 km) south of the borough in Harrison Township. Built in 1884, the building originated as a hotel and restaurant, and is now home to the non-profit ministry of Officers Christian Fellowship, which serves military servicepeople and their families as a retreat center. In the fall, winter and spring off-season, the facility operates as a conference center for churches, business meetings, banquets and day gatherings. It is home to the Coral Caverns, which house the world's only fossilized coral reef open to the public since 1932.
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