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: New Trailer For Spike Lee's TV Adaptation

13 October 2017

Spike Lee and Tonya Lewis Lee serve as creators and executive producers of the series through their 40 Acres production company.

Wise is sure to be a star in this series and introduce herself to a new audience who may have missed her in Underground, Shots Fired or How to Tell You're a Douchebag.

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The new series stars newcomer DeWanda Wise as Nola Darling, a progressive and outspoken woman in her late 20s navigating the choppy waters of relationship-building and working toward a career. The film signaled a change of how African Americans are portrayed in movies. "As a sex-positive, polyamorous pansexual", Nola begins, "monogamy never even seemed like a remote possibility". For starters, she's not anyone's property.

Cleo Anthony plays the model, Greer Childs, Lyriq Bent plays the overprotective investment banker, Jamie Overstreet, and Anthony Ramos plays the sneakerhead, Mars Blackmon. While this doesn't seem to indicate that Lee will be fully exploring the promise of pansexuality, there is always the possibility of a season two. Tony-winner Heather Headley plays the role of the therapist that was originated by S. Epatha Merkerson in the original.

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: New Trailer For Spike Lee's TV Adaptation