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NBC did not feel the show could work in an earlier time slot due to its grittier nature, thus the network did not pick up the second season of "Southland".
Cable network TNT believed the show would be a good fit for TNT and in January 2010, that network began airing the original NBC episodes, in addition to ordering new episodes of "Southland".
"He said he wasn't feeling it anymore," the source adds, explaining that Warner, 42, asked King and her young son (with ex-husband Ian Alexander Jr.) to move out of the house they shared.
"She's still very brokenhearted," says the insider of the — the twosome only rarely opened up about their romance.
Buoyed by the success of Jerry Maguire, Regina King began to work steadily.
First up was a role in John Singleton’s Boyz n the Hood, followed by Poetic Justice with Janet Jackson and Tupac Shakur.She is well known for her role as Mary Jenkins's (played by Marla Gibbs) studious daughter, Brenda Jenkins, on the 1980s sitcom, 227, and for her critically acclaimed supporting role in the feature film Jerry Maguire.She is also known for voicing the lead characters of the animated series The Boondocks.In 1985, while she was still just a high school student, Regina King won the role of Brenda Jenkins on the successful sitcom 227.
It was a lot more fun than a job at the mall, and paid a lot more too. Regina King had dabbled in film during her tenure on 227 (including a small part in Scrooged).
And that spark has equated to millions for this talented woman.