Being Mary Jane: Fiction or Real

paleycentermediapresentspresentsexclusivetao7onofa_hxI’m on my last episode of Season 3 #BMJ I have enjoyed all three seasons, and as the plot gets deeper I’m so interested what is going to happen next, Being Mary Jane has been my daily bread lately, a series about, self acclaimed black American who works as a news anchor/journalist is a very interesting concept to work with.

Gabriela Union who plays Mary Jane is a very good actor and I feel like this role was specifically made for her, at some point I forget that Mary Jane is just not a real  women but just fiction, and Gabriela Union has her own life. But the way Mara Brock Akil (Writter of BMJ) has written this series, she has been so consistent, and never disappointing.

I’m Sure the cast are excited every day to walk in to the studio to shoot these episodes, I seriously cannot wait for Season four, I wonder if Mary Jane is ever going to find love? Will she ever marry? And whether most importantly what is going to happen nieci. I have been left with such a big appetite for the next season.

Mara Brok Akil is a brilliant writer, and a very attractive women, she is what you call beauty with brains, when looking at the role of Mary Jane one can see the similarities between her and the role has created, it is as if you would say she is telling her life story. But there is no proof of that, therefore the role of Mary Jane continues to be seen as fiction.

But the truth of the matter is that most women these days out there are Mary Janes, single successful, can’t find love, taking care of their families, figuring out who they are, and making sure that they don’t settle for less, when it comes to the men they choose to be with. Personally I Yearn to be as Successful as Mary Jane, but without the single part, because that seems to be the only thing that complicates her life.

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