HBO Max is developing a new comedy series, Hostile black hotties, which is co-written and produced by Keke Palmer, Jermaine Crawford and Amy Aniobi. The show is a comedic satire that explores how Gen-Z weapons political correctness, told through the eyes of four high school girls. The show will take up the idea of the “hostile black hottie”, which was introduced in films such as mean girls and develop it through the eyes of its main characters.
Variety reports Hostile black hotties will be produced by SuperSpecial Inc and Big Boss Entertainment, a co-production between HBO Max and Entertainment One.
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Keke Palmer is a multi-talented actress, singer-songwriter, producer and television host. She is known for her recent roles in films like that of Jordan Peele Non and for voicing the character of Izzy in Disney’s Light year. She is also known for her role in Hustlers opposite Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu. On the TV side, she lent her voice to proud family rebirth at Disney+ and Big mouth at Netflix. Additionally, she won the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Short Series Comedy or Drama for Turnt Up with the Taylorsin which she played five different characters.
Amy Aniobi is best known for her work throughout the critically acclaimed HBO series Unsafe. She started on the show as a producer in Season 1, eventually rising to the rank of executive producer for the show’s final two seasons. Aniobi was also the showrunner, head writer and executive producer of the HBO series. 2 Dope Queens with Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson.
Jermaine Crawford is best known for his work in front of the camera, notably with Duquan in the hit HBO series Thread. He once again teamed up with the team behind Thread on the HBO limited series We own this town in 2022. His other television roles include person of interest, et Lowering. should Hostile black hotties going to the series, it would mark his first television writing credit.
Hostile black hotties aims to challenge stereotypes and challenge the status quo. It bills itself as a fresh, thought-provoking, and entertaining series that will resonate with audiences of all ages. HBO Max is behind another hit series that focuses on female camaraderie, The sex life of college girlswhich is currently in its third season.
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