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Sherri Shepherd is headed back to ABC for Viola Davis-Larry Wilmore comedy pilot Black Don't Crack

The former The View co-host and 30 Rock alum will star in the comedy from Insecure and The L Word: Generation Q writer Regina Hicks that counts Viola Davis and Larry Wilmore among its executive producers that has been in the works since 2017. "Black Don't Crack revolves around three sorority sisters who lost touch after college and reunite at a pivotal moment in their lives," according to The Hollywood Reporter. "Shepherd, who will also be a producer, will play Angela Wright, a single mom who put aside musical dreams to raise her son after the death of her husband. When she's confronted with a personal crisis, she reunites with her sorority sisters in hopes of recapturing the passion, ambition and sisterhood of their glory days."
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Wesley Snipes Is 'One Thousand Percent Supportive' of Mahershala Ali Playing Blade (Exclusive) and Larry Wilmore chats Netflix documentary series 'Amend' and 'beautiful' Mahershala Ali performance

Wesley Snipes Is 'One Thousand Percent Supportive' of Mahershala Ali Playing Blade (Exclusive) and Larry Wilmore chats Netflix documentary series 'Amend' and 'beautiful' Mahershala Ali performance. Last News:. Larry Wilmore chats Netflix documentary series 'Amend' and 'beautiful' Mahershala Ali performance and Wesley Snipes Is 'One Thousand Percent Supportive' of Mahershala...
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Larry Wilmore talks ‘Amend: The Fight for America,’ importance of Black history

Is adding historian to his resume with the release of his newest project, Amend: The Fight for America. The Netflix docuseries, executive produced by Wilmore and Will Smith, combines the comedian’s love of history (he refers to himself as a “history nerd”) and entertainment to tell the beautiful, complicated story of the 14th Amendment. While the series delves into slavery, Reconstruction and the Civil Rights Movement, Amend also focuses on women rights, marriage equality and immigration–a decision Wilmore says was purposeful.
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Netflix Sets Docuseries ‘Amend: The Fight for America’ From Will Smith, Larry Wilmore (Video)

On Tuesday, Netflix announced its forthcoming six-part docuseries “Amend: the Fight for America,” hosted by Will Smith. Executive produced by Smith and Larry Wilmore, the project “enlightens, entertains and challenges what Americans know about the Fourteenth Amendment” — which grants equal protection under the law to all U.S. citizens — “and the unwavering fight for equality.”
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Marc Wilmore, 'In Living Color' Writer And Brother Of Larry Wilmore, Dies at 57

'The Nightly Show' host penned a heartfelt message about his brother's passing on Twitter. Ten-time Primetime Emmy Award-nominated television producer, writer and comedian Marc Wilmore has passed away due to coronavirus complications at the age of 57. Wilmore was best known for his work on In Living Color, The Simpsons and F Is For Family.
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Marc Wilmore dies: F Is for Family and The Simpsons writer and brother of Larry Wilmore was 57

“My sweet sweet brother, Marc Edward Wilmore, passed away last night while battling COVID and other conditions that have had him in pain for many years," Larry Wilmore tweeted. "My brother was the kindest, gentlest, funniest, lion of an angel I’ve ever known. I love you little brother.” Marc Wilmore launched his career as a writer on In Living Color. He would go on write for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,