*Well looky here. Terry McMillan’s ex, Jonathan Plummer, and Janora McDuffie will host NoMoreDownLow.TV. The lifestyle and entertainment web series, set to debut October 11, is about unveiling the truth about common myths and dismiss stereotypes of same gender-loving people in the Black community.

“Jonathan Plummer and Janora McDuffie are the perfect team to host a TV series that tackles issues from an African American gay and lesbian point of view,” said Earnest Winborne, executive producer of NoMoreDownLow.TV and CEO of Winborne Entertainment Group. “Our show will put a real face on same gender loving people who are traditionally overlooked by both the mainstream media and popular culture. We’ll feature people who are open and honest about who they are and those who are contributing to their communities in the fields of entertainment, sports, politics, health, education, music, and social activism.”

Winborne adds:

“NoMoreDownLow.TV will show that you can live a successful life – out of the closet – at work, at home and even in a church.” Plus, the show will feature red carpet interviews where the most vocal supporters in Hollywood can give their opinions on the latest issues facing the community.

Fresh off his second appearance on the “Oprah Winfrey Show,” Jamaican-born Plummer is widely known for his summer romance and subsequent union with best-selling author, Terry McMillan. Their relationship was the inspiration for the smash best-selling novel-turned-hit movie, “How Stella Got Her Groove Back,” in which Plummer made a cameo appearance. And the rest is her story? Not exactly. In 2005, Plummer made headlines around the world with the revelation that he’s gay.

Joining Plummer is smart, sexy and sophisticated, Janora McDuffie. She’s certainly the “one to watch,” with roles in the Sony Screen Gems film, “Obsessed,” co-starring Beyonce Knowles and Idris Elba as well as such independent films as “Odicie,” “Endangered Species,” “Big Ain’t Bad,” and “The Message.” In 2007, she nabbed the Best Actress Award at the Biola Film Festival for “Be the Man,” which aired on BET. Her television credits include “Lie to Me,” “24,” “The Unit “and “Veronica Mars” – just to name a few. Her most memorable role was as FBI Special Agent Abbot for MyNetworkTV’s dramatic series, “Desire,” which aired not only in the United States, but in countries around the globe.

Watch the promo for NoMoreDownLow.TV:

Get more info by tuning in here http://www.nomoredownlow.tv.