He co-hosted BET’s “106 & Park” (2006-2012) then went on to host E! Though he says he wants to focus more on his film career — and produced the big-screen movie “Perfect Match” — he says he couldn’t say no when Burnett came calling. “Mark is very persuasive, so I took the job on the first call and I was off to Anguilla to film.” The setup on “Coupled” is to have the men arrive from helicopters and speedboats.
After a brief, two-minute meeting, a guy is sent back to a bungalow if a lady does not want to go on a date with him — and then the next guy arrives.
News in 2015 to pursue other ventures, Terrence has hit the ground running in 2016.If there’s an African-American male in the entertainment industry who is carving out a career path that’s as inspiring as it is successful, it’s Terrence Jenkins.Following his departure from his first industry gig as the host of BET’s 106 & Park in 2012, Terrence has continued to expand his career portfolio with a handful of notable film and television roles, as well as a 3-year run as co-host of E! He also co-founded the Jenkins Entertainment Group and released his first book, titled “The Wealth of My Mother’s Wisdom” in 2013.get to make the first decision about whom they'd like to spend more time with.But after that initial moment of "empowerment," we go back to the same old kitsch of dating on the small screen.