Tyler Perry’s The Oval “It’s Over” S4E8 November 29 2022 on BET
Tonight (Tuesday November 29 2022), BET broadcasts an episode of the series Tyler Perry’s The Oval titled It’s Over.
It’s Over Season 4, Episode 8 Episode Summary
Bobby and Max try to recruit Sharon for some undercover work, but she is unsure; Allan decides to take matters into his own hands, catching Kyle off guard in the process.
What Time is the “It’s Over” Episode On?
The It’s Over episode of Tyler Perry’s The Oval will be broadcast on November 29 2022 on BET at 9:00 PM at ET/PT.
Is the “It’s Over” Episode New?
The It’s Over episode of Tyler Perry’s The Oval is all new!
Tyler Perry’s The Oval It’s Over Cast & Stars
|Ed Quinn as Hunter Franklin
Kron Moore as Victoria Franklin
Paige Hurd as Gayle Franklin
Daniel Croix Henderson as Jason Franklin
Javon Johnson as Richard Hallsen
Ptosha Storey as Nancy Hallsen
Vaughn W. Hebron as Bartholomew "Barry" Hallsen
Teesha Renee as Sharon
Lodric Collins as Donald Winthrop
Ciera Payton as Lilly Winthrop
Taja V. Simpson as Priscilla Owens
Walter Fauntleroy as Sam Owen
Brad Benedict as Kyle Flint
Travis Cure as Bobby
Bill Barrett as Max Carter
Derek A. Dixon as Dale
It’s Over Episode Videos & Previews
Watch Tyler Perry’s The Oval It’s Over Online
Tyler Perry’s The Oval Series Information
|Written, directed and executive produced by Tyler Perry, "The Oval" is a political drama series. It tells the story of U.S President Hunter Franklin and first lady Victoria Franklin, a power-hungry interracial couple, who present a perfect facade to the world while indulging in wildly scandalous behavior behind closed doors. Not to be outdone, their children -- Gayle and Jason -- bring their own brands of volatility and excess to the Executive Residence. The soap opera-style series also tells the stories of White House staff members whose lives become intertwined with those of the first family. Head butler Richard Hallsen is an ex-serviceman who struggles to maintain his integrity in the face of greed and corruption. In "The Oval," Tyler Perry supercharges the political genre with off-the-charts levels of scandal, sex, depravity and betrayal.