31 years later, Lee is reviving his seminal film as a Netflix series, but this time Darling (played by DeWanda Wise) seems even more empowered.
Netflix has released the official trailer for Spike Lee's remake of his groundbreaking 1986 film She's Gotta Have It. But, as she'll remind you, "I'm not a freak, I'm not a sex addict, and I'm damn sure nobody's property". Revisit the main character from the original movie but in TV form. In this new age, Nola will consider her three lovers, and their place in her life: Greer Childs (Cleo Anthony), Jamie Overstreet (Lyriq Bent), and Mars Blackmon (Anthony Ramos). Greene neighborhoods of Brooklyn, the series also features Nola's therapist played by Heather Headley and her friends: Clorinda Bradford played by Margot Bingham (Barbershop 3), Shemekka Epps played by Chyna Layne (Precious), and Rachel played by Elise Hudson.
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And things get particularly hectic on the personal side where Nola, played by DeWanda Wise, juggles all the lovers in her life, including Mars Blackmon, who would later become a big pitchman along with Michael Jordan after the success of the movie. Lee executive-produces and directs all 10 episodes, going all-in for his first episodic venture.
She's Gotta Have It debuts on Netflix Thursday, Nov 23. The She's Gotta Have It series is on the way, and the full trailer is now online.
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With the Astros bullpen a plus unit and the defense being strong at almost every position, it's hard to find a flaw with Houston. Houston will also run out Justin Verlander (15-8, 3.36), Brad Peacock (13-2, 3.00) and Charlie Morton (14-7, 3.62).
All 10 episodes will be available on Thanksgiving (that's November 23).
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