The T.O. Show

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  • 2009
  • 3 Seasons
  • 4.0  (122)

The T.O. Show was a reality television series that aired on VH1 in 2009. The show followed the life of well-known professional football player Terrell Owens as he navigated numerous personal and professional challenges. At the time of the show's airing, Terrell Owens was one of the most successful and controversial players in the National Football League. Known for his impressive receiving skills, ambitious personality, and vocal opinions, Owens was a frequent topic of media scrutiny and public attention.

The T.O. Show aimed to provide an intimate look at Owens' life beyond the headlines. Over the course of eight episodes, viewers followed Owens as he tackled a range of issues and events, both on and off the field.

One of the main plotlines of the show involved Owens' attempts to recover from a serious injury that had sidelined him for much of the prior football season. As he worked to regain his strength and fitness, Owens also dealt with the challenges of being away from the game he loved.

In addition to his football career, the show delved into Owens' personal life, including his relationships with friends, family, and romantic partners. Owens was shown spending time with his children and ex-wife, and the series also explored his dating life and attempts to find love.

Throughout the show, Owens struggled with balancing his professional and personal goals. He often found himself torn between his desire for success on the field and his need for fulfillment and satisfaction off of it.

Despite some dramatic moments and conflicts, The T.O. Show was also known for its humor and lightheartedness. Owens frequently showcased his playful personality and sense of humor, and the show often included humorous skits and scenes.

The T.O. Show was generally well-received by viewers and critics alike. Many praised its candid portrayal of Owens' life and its ability to offer a new perspective on a well-known public figure. And for fans of reality television, the show offered a refreshing departure from the usual drama-filled programming.

However, the show was not without its detractors. Some criticized the series for being too staged and artificial, while others accused Owens of seeking attention and using the show as a platform to promote his own image and brand.

Overall, The T.O. Show offered a unique look at the life of a highly successful athlete and public figure. Through its eight episodes, viewers were able to gain new insights into Owens' life and perspective, and to witness his resilience in the face of adversity.

The T.O. Show is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (27 episodes). The series first aired on July 20, 2009.

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Next Steps
10. Next Steps
October 31, 2011
In the season finale, Terrell attends the premiere of his "Dysfunctional Friends" movie. Back in Los Angeles, Mo and Kita deal with the press when the news breaks about Terrell's injury. With the football season fast approaching, Terrell refuses to buckle and puts all his physical and mental efforts towards getting back on the field one more time.
Fantastic Voyage
9. Fantastic Voyage
October 24, 2011
Terrell thanks Kita, Monique and Adrienne for their support with a surprise trip to the Bahamas. Victor and Joe also come along and Joe makes a shocking admission on Kita's birthday.
The Next Stage
8. The Next Stage
October 17, 2011
Terrell auditions for a musical along side Angie Stone and Tyson Beckford. Elsewhere, Kita and Monique get ready for the barber-shop launch party.
Star 81
7. Star 81
October 10, 2011
Terrell has doubts about his debut in acting in his first full-length film. Plus, things get hot with his onscreen costars Stacey Dash and Stacey Keebler.
Back To 'Bama
6. Back To 'Bama
September 26, 2011
Terrell accepts an invitation to be a groomsmen at his cousin Tony's wedding in Alabama. There, Terrell reveals emotional details of his surgery and how it has financially affected his life.
T.O. Cutz and Curlz
5. T.O. Cutz and Curlz
September 19, 2011
Monique hooks up with an old business friend who grooms her to become a radio personality.
Bad Influences, Good ideas
4. Bad Influences, Good ideas
September 12, 2011
T.O.'s friend and former professional basketball player offers T.O. advice following retirement. Later, Kita is surprised by an unexpected visitor.
Move To Miami
3. Move To Miami
September 5, 2011
Terrell agrees with Kita on a move to Miami where they can both focus on professional and personal goals. Terrell considers a future outside of football, and Kita, a possible romantic liaison. Monique's awkward arrival to Miami threatens the very foundation of their "One Team, One Dream" friendship they've worked so hard to keep intact.
Road To Recovery
2. Road To Recovery
August 29, 2011
Terrell's doctor reveals the road to recovery will be challenging if his goal is to play football the upcoming season. Terrell is determined to be fit and ready in half the time of his timeline from the doctor.
Under The Knife
1. Under The Knife
August 22, 2011
The third season premiere brings new drama as T.O. is faced with ACL surgery, threatening the future of his career. T.O. also reflects on the reality of his relationship with Kari and what he wants to change.
Where to Watch The T.O. Show
The T.O. Show is available for streaming on the VH1 website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The T.O. Show on demand at BET+ and Apple TV Channels, Amazon Prime, Amazon and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    July 20, 2009
  • IMDB Rating
    4.0  (122)