1. The eight-episode season will continue with one episode per week until September 1. 2. The series will have its premiere on July 21 at 6 p.M. PT/9 p.M. ET, with two episodes being aired. 3. Issa Rae, who received an Emmy nomination for “Insecure,” is the creator of the original comedy series “Rap Sh!T.” 4. HBO Max unveiled the official trailer for “Rap Sh!T” on Tuesday.
In addition to RJ Cyler, Devon Terrell, and Jonica Booth, the series also features the talents of Aida Osman as Shawna and KaMillion as Mia. Throughout the series, these two former high school friends from Miami, who had drifted apart, come together again and establish a strong connection as they embark on a journey to create a rap group.
“Rap Sh!T” is a television show produced by executive producers Singleton and Rae Issa. Deniese Davis, Becky Dave, Berry Jonathan McKay, and Montrel are also involved in the show, with Davis, Dave, and McKay writing the pilot episode, and Davis and Dave writing the finale episode.
The executive producers of the hiphop duo Girls City and Miami Yung are JT and Yung, who are also working alongside Sara Rastogi from Raedio, Hoorae’s music supervision company, and Thomas “P” Pierre and Kevin “K” Coach Lee from Quality Control Films.
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The new episodes of the Mexican series will air from Friday to Monday, featuring the cast members Pedro Sicard, Isabella Camil, Tomás Goros, Stephanie Salas, Ana Ciocchetti, Sergio Kleiner, Andrea Noli, Mauricio Islas, Silvia Pasquel, and José María Magán, who informs them that they have one day to solve their problems before they die. The series, titled “To Live For Day,” focuses on people visited by Death and translates to “Vivir Para Día Un.” The scripted anthology series will premiere on EstrellaTV on July 18th.
The 74th Emmy Awards will be broadcasted on NBC on September 12th, while simultaneously live streaming on Peacock. The Creative Arts Emmy Awards 2022 will take place over two consecutive nights on September 4th and September 3rd. The official corporate partners for the 2022 Emmy Awards season include United Airlines, People, Ketel One Family Made Vodka, Justin Vineyards & Winery, Franciacorta, Fiji Water, and Kia America. The Television Academy has announced the official roster of corporate partners for the 2022 Emmy Awards.
Disney has announced a casting update for Season 5 of “Grown-ish,” which includes promoting Daniella Perkins, who portrays Kiela, to a regular role. Six actors have been cast in recurring roles: Tara Raani will play Zaara, a first-generation, queer Muslim-American; Justine Skye will portray Annika, a highly ambitious, funny, and astute freshman; Amelie Zilber will portray Lauryn, another freshman who is somewhat shy and awkward; Ceyair Wright will portray Zeke, a supremely confident all-American football player; Matthew Sato will portray Brandon, a charming, intelligent, and high-achieving sophomore at Cal U; and Slick Woods will portray Slick, a freshman style icon known for their unfiltered personality. Amelie Zilber is represented by UTA and Grandview, Ceyair Wright is represented by Mark Schulman at 3 Arts and Domina Holbeck at A3, Daniella Perkins is represented by UTA, Rise Management and Yorn Levine Barnes Krintzman Rubenstein Kohner Endlich & Gellman, Justine Skye is represented by Chris Sekan at ICM and Nick Dierl at Orienteer, Matthew Sato is represented by AEFH and Luber Roklin Entertainment, Slick Woods is represented by CAA and Afrikaa Johnson at FTA Gallery, and Tara Raani is represented by U-Shin Kim and Chiara Licciardello at UGA Talent.
Monks Entertainment, a division of Monks Media, has recently announced several new projects in development. Currently, they are working on an animated series with the producers of Netflix’s “Down to Earth with Zac Efron,” a game show called “Floor is Lava” produced by Haymaker Productions, and a paranormal docuseries titled “Crazy Leg” with East Productions.