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Queen Latifah cut a deal with BET/Centric for “Single Ladies” to air its fourth season on Centric TV.  The season finale will no longer serves as the series finale and will pick up where it left off on Centric.  Bad news for “Single Ladies” fictional record label boss Felicia Price fans, though.  Immediately after it was announced “Single Ladies” wouldn’t be back LeToya Luckett signed on to star in an HBO series produced by Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson called “Ballers“.