He’ll hit Netflix and tell six love stories during a power outage
Soon in the catalog Netflix It will be available to subscribers black out, a new six-part mini-series produced by the Upper Earth Banner headed by the former President of the United States Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle and Temple Hill.
According to the first developments black out It will tell six different stories about two African American teens who find love during a power outage in New York City.
The project will be developed simultaneously for both television and film as is also foreseen through a comprehensive High Ground agreement with Netflix.
“Six prolific authors wrote six black love stories that take place during a power outage on a scorching summer night,” Netflix wrote in a note announcing the project: “The heat wave envelops New York in darkness. It creates chaos. When the lights are on, people come out and reveal their true nature, Love blossoms, friendships shift and all possibilities unfold.”
Among the first plots announced were the story of “two boys trapped in the subway and have to deal with their feelings” and “a couple of best friends stuck in the New York Public Library, surrounded by love stories, who wonder if there is one in their future.” The stories will be adapted. which will be listed from works written by authors Dhonielle Clayton (Beautiful little things), Tiffany D. Jackson (allegedly), Nick Stone (Dear Martin), Angie Thomas (the hate you give), Ashley Woodfolk (The beauty that remainsand Nicola Yuneverything everything). The project will then bring together the creative team that recently produced fatherhood, a Netflix comedy in which Kevin Hart plays a widowed father.
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