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Angelica Ross Talks ‘American Horror Story: 1984’ Season Finale and New Web Series ‘King Esther’

Just a few days before the season finale of American Horror Story: 1984 (the ninth season of the FX horror anthology television series created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk), we spoke to its star Angelica Ross while she attended the fabulous Charlie’s Angels red carpet premiere in Los Angeles on Monday.

Although not much has been disclosed in general about the ninth (and last) episode of the season, titled Final Girl, Ross says we can expect it to be full of surprises. “You are not gonna believe what happens in the season finale”, she said with a mysterious smile on her face, “It’s gonna be great, it’s gonna be great!” So far Ross’ character Donna Chambers has managed to survive the first eight episodes of the show. Tonight’s episode will reveal her fate.

Ross has also executive produced and starred in a new web series titled King Esther, “A heartwarming story about a trans woman in New Orleans seven days before hurricane Katrina.” It is written and directed by Dui Jarrod  (Lesson Before Love). The episodes are now available on Issa Rae‘s YouTube channel.

You can catch the final episode of American Horror Story: 1984 tonight at 10/9c on FX.

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‘By Whatever Means Necessary: The Times Of Godfather Of Harlem’: Docuseries Inspired by Emmy Award-winning series To Premiere In November

The four-part music docuseries, inspired by Epix’s show Godfather of Harlem, is set to premiere on November 8, 2020 at 10 PM ET/PT.

Inspired by the music and subjects featured in the EPIX original series, the documentary will highlight the dramatic true story of Harlem and its music in the 1960’s and will feature interviews with the stars of Godfather of Harlem: Academy Award®-winner Forest Whitaker, Giancarlo Esposito and Ilfenesh Hadera and musicians Gladys Knight, Martha Reeves, Herbie Hancock, Nile Rogers, A$AP Ferg, Chika, Joe Bataan and Freddie Stone. Other notables in the series include activist Al Sharpton, former U.S. Representative Charles Rangel and poet Sonia Sanchez.

The series will take audiences on a musical journey that brings to life the excitement of 1960’s Harlem, and introduces the artists who dared to use their voices, instruments and lyrics to take a stand against oppression.

By Whatever Means Necessary: The Times of Godfather of Harlem is executive produced by Nina Yang Bongiovi and Forest Whitaker from Significant Productions, along with Keith McQuirter (Decoder Media). 

The first season of Emmy Award-winning and critically-acclaimed drama Godfather of Harlem is currently available for streaming. Season two will kick off production this fall. 

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‘Save Me Too’: The Trailer for the Gripping Drama Has Arrived

The trailer for the second season of the award-winning thriller Save Me, which is currently streaming on Peacock, has premiered.


In the dramatic continuation of season one, Save Me too heads deeper into a dark, hidden world. Nelly Rowe’s (Lennie James) life was turned upside down when he was accused of abducting the daughter he barely knew. Now, 17 months later, his daughter Jody is still missing but Nelly’s quest to find her lives on as he put his relationships, and his life, on the line. New potential suspects are revealed, and long-buried secrets unearthed as Nelly is torn between protecting Grace, the young woman he found in a caravan park and continuing his mission to find Jody.
 

Also starring in the series are Suranne Jones (“Gentleman Jack”), Stephen Graham (“Code 404”), Jason Flemyng (“Two Weeks to Live”), Adrian Edmondson (“Bancroft”) and Lesley Manville (“Harlots”).

Save Me Too premieres on Peacock on Thursday, November 5. Watch the full trailer above.

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‘Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ Reboot In the Works

The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air is making a return with Bel-Air! The one-hour project is based on Morgan Cooper’s record-breaking fan film (more than 7.5 million views to date) that reimagines the classic 1990s sitcom based on Will Smith’s journey from the streets of Philadelphia to his uncle’s mansion in Bel-Air as a drama. Per Deadline, Bel-Air  “will dive deeper into the inherent conflicts, emotions, and biases of what it means to be a Black man in America today, while still delivering the swagger and fun nods to the original show.”

Cooper will direct and co-executive produce Bel-Air. Showrunner Chris Collins (The Man in the High Castle, The Wire) will co-write, executive produce.

The project is being developed by Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith’s Westbrook Studios and Universal Television and is currently being pitched to multiple streamers, including NBC’s Peacock, Netflix, HBO Max and Amazon.

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