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    This series takes a behind the scenes look at the world of Atlanta’s most famous strippers and exotic dancers. Fierce and fiery stripper, and self-made millionaire and coach, Stormy Wellington (a.k.a Pitbull in a Skirt) will mentor 6 women on the hustle to financial freedom. The stakes have never been higher in their journey to move ‘Beyond the Pole’. Back for a second season we see whether our ensemble of dancers have succeeded or failed at their efforts to reach the financial freedom they seek alongside the peace of mind outside of the strip club.
New Series BYP for WE tv
‘Growing Up Hip Hop’ sees the heirs of hip hop royalty step out from their iconic parent’s shadows and fight to establish their own legacies. But as they hustle for independent success, will they triumph in the spotlight or be crushed by the weight of their extraordinary worlds? In season 7, the most dramatic yet, the next generation of hip hop battles the growing pains of adulting under the spotlight of their iconic parents. We see the world of hip hop rocked to its core; social media wars, shocking arrests and family bombshells.
Our four passionate builders are back for a second series, visiting ten more remote locations, with one mission: to improve peoples lives. ‘The Fixers’ are leading the charge, traveling the world and donating their expertise, offering their services to bring a sense of wellbeing to places all too familiar with hardship. From renovating the recreational facilities on a remote Alaskan Island, to helping The Lake Clinic restore a floating medical clinic on the Tonle Sap river in Cambodia, ‘The Fixers’ will do whatever it takes to do good in a world overshadowed by bad circumstance.
New Series BCII/BYUtv
In ‘Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta’ a tight-knit crew of friends reveal the perks and perils of being born into hip hop royalty. But as they hustle for independent success, a toxic rivalry unfolds. Season 5 kicks off with the cast dealing with quarantine with varying degrees of success. Although Bow had his entire world turned upside down, he’s proving to be extremely resourceful. On the other end of the spectrum, Jhonni is melting down. The entire cast is communicating to each other largely through Bow and Deb. We pick the cast up as the isolation winds down and they venture out into the world trying to pick up the pieces of their lives.
New Series Entertainment One Television for WE tv
     New Series Entertainment One Television for WE tv
Beyond The Pole
17 x 60’ & 1 x 90’, 2020-2021, HD
The Fixers
20 x 60’, 2019-2020, HD
  Growing Up Hip Hop
73 x 60’, 2016-2020, HD
Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta
48 x 60’, 2017-2021, HD

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