How to Watch "The Queens of R&B"

How to Watch "The Queens of R&B"


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How to Watch "The Queens of R&B"

Multiplatinum R&B groups SWV (Sisters With Voices) and Xscape will get the backstage treatment in a six-part limited series premiering this spring on Bravo. The show follows the original members of both mega-successful girl groups, giving viewers an exclusive look into their '90s glam rock era.

The series will follow their meteoric rise to fame, as well as their lives as solo artists and motherhood. For fans of '90s music, this must-watch event is a must-watch.

Streaming on Bravo

If you're a fan of R&B and two of the greatest girl groups ever, then Bravo has just what you're looking for. In their six-episode limited series, viewers get to witness SWV and Xscape as they prepare for an exclusive one-night concert event.

Both women have achieved incredible success in their own right, selling over 39 million records since 1991. Kandi Burruss, Tameka "Tiny" Harris, LaTocha Scott-Bivens and Tamika Scott will join them on stage for this new show from Mona Scott-Young's Monami Productions.

According to its official synopsis, the series follows their Verzuz in 2021 as they prepare for a concert event that will bring them together again after nearly two decades. From set design and setlist battles to epic disagreements over who should headline, viewers can expect plenty of conflict as these women strive to get everything just right on stage.

In addition to organizing their concert, the women must also juggle personal lives and family commitments with their music careers. As they prepare to return to the spotlight, some of them may face serious obstacles that could derail their plans.

Fans will get to follow along as the girls travel and film at their homes, providing viewers with a rare look into how they manage their lives while prepping for the concert event. Plus, viewers will gain insight into what went awry between them during their breakup.

Watch the entire series on Peacock, streaming home to all your favorite Bravo shows! Add the show to your Watchlist now and be notified when it becomes available.

Streaming on YouTube

YouTube is a video-streaming website that allows users to watch videos while online. It also acts as a social network, with people being able to share their own videos with others and leave comments. As one of the world's largest websites with millions of users and an extensive library of video content, YouTube boasts one of the largest audiences worldwide.

Before watching a video on YouTube, there are a few things to take into account. Most importantly, be aware that the website isn't completely free; videos up to 15 minutes long can be watched for free but if you want longer content you must pay a small fee.

Another drawback of YouTube is that it often contains commercials. While these can be skipped, they may become irritating if you're watching something you really enjoy.

YouTube allows you to add cards (which appear at the top right corner) to your videos in order to encourage viewers to take an action during the video. You can add up to five cards per video, but it is best to space them out evenly.

Cards can also be used to encourage viewers to subscribe, watch more of your videos, or purchase products related to the video they just watched. To add cards to videos using Creator Studio Classic in the left menu, click "cards" and follow these steps:

Streaming on Apple TV

Bravo is airing a six-part limited series this spring that gives fans an exclusive behind the scenes look at 1990s R&B girl groups SWV and XSCAPE. According to Bravo, the show will showcase their complex dynamics as they gear up for their live concert event.

The show follows multi-platinum R&B trio SWV (Sisters With Voices), featuring Cheryl "Coko" Gamble, Tamara "Taj" Johnson and Leanne "Lelee" Lyons; as well as mega-successful R&B quartet XSCAPE featuring Kandi Burruss, Tameka "Tiny" Harris and siblings LaTocha Scott-Bivens and Tamika Scott. Viewers get exclusive behind-the-scenes glimpses into these celebrated acts' glamorous fashion sense, musical talents, and family lives through exclusive access into these celebrated artists' lives.

If you want to watch a show on your Apple TV, the TV app has everything you need. You can browse content by genre, watch movies and TV shows that you've already purchased from iTunes or rent from Netflix, and search for whatever show or movie is right for you.

Once you've selected the show you wish to watch, start streaming it immediately on your Apple TV. To do this, navigate to the Home screen of your device and tap "Watch Now."

On this screen, you can browse through your recent TV shows and movies and play trailers where available. Plus, keep an eye out for what's new in Apple TV app!

The Apple TV app is an all-inclusive media streaming service for all your content. It combines purchased movies and TV shows from the iTunes Store with integration with other applications like Amazon Prime and Disney+, plus channels like HBO, Starz, Showtime, Smithsonian Channel, EPIX and Tastemade that you can stream right on your television screen.

Streaming on Roku

If you're in search of a girl group fix this spring, look no further than Bravo's "The Queens of R&B," which follows multiplatinum R&B sisters SWV and XSCAPE as they prepare for an important concert.

Watch this limited series on Roku if you have a streaming device or TV that supports the platform. Alternatively, download the Roku app to your Android or Apple smartphone and use it on-the-go without using a remote.

Roku streaming players (or boxes) are lightweight, wireless or wired devices that stream video, audio and still images from the internet. They come in various sizes and prices to fit any budget - perfect for streaming media on-the-go!

Enjoy top free or paid programming from Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, HBO Max, SHOWTIME, Pluto TV and more - plus thousands of channels for sports, news, kids, international broadcast programming plus major music services like Pandora, Spotify and iHeartRadio for free or paid subscription.

Once you've downloaded the channel you desire, simply click it from your home screen to launch it. In order to utilize this service, you must sign in with your existing account.

Roku's smart guide offers an easier navigation experience by displaying both over-the-air TV listings and channel app information simultaneously, plus it even allows you to save favorites for quick retrieval.

Roku offers apps that let you access content on PCs or media servers connected to your home network, including Plex which plays back your personal media library; games; and security camera channels. Furthermore, select Roku boxes and streaming players allow for playback of video, audio, and still images from USB flash drives.

Streaming on Amazon Fire

The Amazon Fire TV Stick is a USB flash drive that plugs into your television's HDMI port to turn it into a "smart" TV. You can access content through streaming apps such as Netflix, Hulu and YouTube TV from this device; plus it allows you to control smart home devices like Ring doorbell or iRobot vacuum cleaner with ease.

One of the most beloved features of Fire TV Stick is voice controls. Pressing the microphone button on your remote prompts Alexa to ask questions and change channels on your television or adjust volume level accordingly. Plus, with Alexa you can command it to watch certain shows or movies directly on your television!

You can also use the Fire TV Stick to watch movies and shows that have been ripped from DVDs or downloaded onto your Fire TV device with an Amazon Prime membership - without paying extra!

Another great option is Freevee, which provides ad-supported content from popular sites and networks. With its growing selection of new and exclusive TV shows, there's sure to be something you'll enjoy.

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Starz on-demand provides a selection of cable TV channels and on-demand programs for $8.99 per month. You can access this service on Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video, and Roku devices.

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