Really Love is a beautiful love story. The cast is all Black, as are the behind the scenes crew. Angel Kristi Williams co-wrote and directed. The writing, the camera work, the direction, and the actors all approached the story with tenderness and love. That’s conveyed back to the audience in this delicate and gentle love story. The film is available on Netflix.Continue reading “Really Love, a tender Black romance”
It feels like it takes years and years for each season of Queen Sugar to reach Hulu, where I anxiously wait to watch it. Season 3 finally made it there. And, of course, I watched it. You can see all 3 seasons on Hulu.
Queen Sugar continues to be a well written, well acted, beautifully touching story about the extended Bordelon family and their history on the land.Continue reading “Review: Queen Sugar, season 3”
Queen Sugar season 2 is now available on Hulu, which is where I watch it since I don’t get OWN. It was actually a great experience to binge the whole 16 episode season on Hulu, even though it took several days. The power, the impact, the brilliance of Queen Sugar just soaks into you when you binge watch it. Continue reading “Review: Queen Sugar, season 2”
Season 1 of Queen Sugar was outstanding, engaging, enlightening, and demanding. It ended with a cliffhanger that could mean huge changes in season 2. Continue reading “Review: Season 1 of Queen Sugar”
Queen Sugar has already been renewed for a 16 episode second season before the first season begins airing. Season 1 begins on OWN on Tuesday, September 6 and Wednesday, September 7 with two nights of commercial-free TV directed by Ava DuVernay. Continue reading “Watch This: New Trailer for Queen Sugar”
Queen Sugar, coming to OWN, is the first TV series with episodes directed by Ava DuVernay. It’s produced by Oprah Winfrey. Starring in Queen Sugar as the Bordelon sisters are Rutina Wesley and Dawn-Lyen Gardner. Continue reading “Watch This: Trailer for Queen Sugar”