Terrell Owens prepares Third Season of "The T.O. Show"

Sunday, April 10, 2011

By TV Insider
JR Staff Writer

When he rose to become one of the NFL's top wide receivers, fans became turned off by Terrell Owens. Owens came off as very cocky with his statements and his actions on the field. All of this came to a tipping point when the Philadelphia Eagles were forced to decide between Owens or superstar quarterback, Donovan McNabb.

McNabb ended up remaining in Philadelphia, while Owens was dealt to the Dallas Cowboys. The media expected the Cowboys to return to prominence behind Owens. Quickly, he formed a nice duo with quarterback Tony Romo. The only problem was the team failed to win in the regular season, barely making the playoffs.

Following three unsuccessful playoff showings, Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys, informed Terrell Owens his services were no longer needed. An aging free agent, most teams passed on Owens, but the Buffalo Bills gave him a chance, signing him to a one-year deal. This deal is what served as the launch for his "The T.O. Show."

Through "The T.O. Show," fans had the opportunity to see the other side of Terrell Owens. Despite his persona, Terrell Owens was actually a very humble man. The show gave people the chance to see Owens interact with his family and friends. It was then when it became obvious why Terrell Owens is the way he is, given his father issues. In the second season, Terrell Owens took on his committment issues head first and proposed to Kari, despite an obvious attraction to Kita Williams.

With last season ending on a cliffhanger, VH1 renewed "The T.O. Show" for a third season. The new season of "The T.O. Show" will begin airing this summer.


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