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From the press release:

In the most soul-baring, confessional interview of his career, Bad Boy CEO and recording artist Diddy reveals never talked-about details of his life on "Black And White: A Portrait Of Sean Combs." Directed by award-winning filmmaker Derek Cianfrance and shot entirely in black and white, the extraordinary television documentary will premiere October 19th at 8 pm ET on BET.

"Black And White" was filmed in the course of a single interview that took place between 12 a.m. and 6:30 a.m. on July 22, 2006. It features Diddy alone on camera, as he frankly exposes for the first time his most intimate recollections and candid feelings about his remarkable life. Emotionally gripping and visually riveting, the film captures Combs openly reflecting on such subjects as the murder of his father, the loss of his virginity, the death of his closest friend Biggie, the tragedies that have surrounded him and the dreams that he has made reality.

"Derek brought things out of me that I had never spoken about publicly before," says Diddy. "We talked for hours that night, until the sun came up, and it became very much about the raw emotions I was feeling and the thoughts I had never expressed. It was one of the most powerful and moving experiences of my life."

It should be an interesting program for fans.