Rose Rollins To Star In Women’s Basketball Drama For Spectrum & BET – Deadline


Rose Rollins, who appeared in Condor And the the hunt, Is to star in a drama set in the high-stakes world of women’s basketball for Spectrum Originals and BET.

Long slow exhalation It comes from Pam Veasey, Spectrum’s co-host The best in Los Angeles, Director and executive producer, Anton Cropper, who directed episodes of Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba’s drama and blackishAnd and The best in Los Angeles And the Chicago PD Co-Producer John Dove.

Big Little Lies EP Bruna Papandria W. Tell me your secrets EP Casey Haver will carry out production for Made Up Stories.

The series follows JC Abernathy (Rollins), a successful head coach of a competitive women’s college basketball team who finds herself in the middle of a potential sexual assault scandal. By sorting secrets to uncover the truth, she is forced to make decisions that affect her, her family, and the young female athletes who depend on her.

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The series will be premiering on Spectrum and nine months after the exclusive show will be airing in Second Wind on BET.

It is the latest joint production between Charter Communications backed company and ViacomCBS; Spectrum and Paramount Network have previously co-starred in Southern Gothic dramas Paradise lost From Paramount Television and Anonymous Content, they’re currently working on a limited series Tammy Wynette starring Jessica Chastain in Spectrum and Paramount +.

Catherine Pope, President of Spectrum Originals, said, “I’m so happy that Pam and Anton are back home in Spectrum Originals – together with Bruna they are a true dream team.” We couldn’t be happier welcoming Rose into the family – her strength, compassion, and intelligence convinced us all It was our JC

“We look forward to partnering with Spectrum Originals and our sister brand, Paramount Television Studios, to give viewers more premium content and dynamic storytelling that they love and expect from the brand,” added Tracy Blackwell, Executive Vice President, Scripted Programming, BET. “We are excited that Rose has joined the BET family, and with this series, she continues to expand the dimensions of black women in the lead roles on screen.”

Nicole Clemens, President of Paramount Television Studios said: “We are delighted to collaborate with Pam, Anton, Bruna, John, Casey and Rose in telling this story, which goes beyond its appeal as a compelling mystery drama, also exploring many issues at the forefront of our culture, narrated in the arena high. The stakes and adrenaline-filled of elite women’s college basketball.

Rollins represents Alex Cole at Elevate Entertainment, Stephen LaManna at Innovative Artists, and Neil Meyer at Meyer & Downs.



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