She's Gotta Have It (2017– )
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Nola starts a cleanse and tries to live without social media, weed, alcohol and men. Women are not excluded.

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Spike Lee

Writers:

Spike Lee (created by), Eisa Davis
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Episode credited cast:
DeWanda Wise ... Nola Darling
Anthony Ramos ... Mars Blackmon (credit only)
Lyriq Bent ... Jamie Overstreet (credit only)
Cleo Anthony ... Greer Childs
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Emmanuel Adigun Emmanuel Adigun ... Hassan
Naim Anderson Naim Anderson ... Kervon
De'Adre Aziza ... Raqueletta Moss
Margot Bingham ... Clorinda Bradford
Ato Blankson-Wood ... Terrell
Vanessa M. Brown Vanessa M. Brown ... Ezmi
Brittany Campbell Brittany Campbell ... Black Diamond
Riccardo Costa ... Stefano
Kim Director ... Bianca Tate
Poundo Gomis Poundo Gomis ... Mocha Honey Dip (as Poundo 'Sweet' Gomis)
Tasha Grant Tasha Grant ... Tasha Grant
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Nola starts a cleanse and tries to live without social media, weed, alcohol and men. Women are not excluded.

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Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 November 2017 (USA) See more »

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Opal Gilstrap: I thought you were with some boy tonight.
Nola Darling: I told you I'm on a man break. Besides, I was with my boy Terrell, and his is gay to the G, so...
Opal Gilstrap: Well, he could be playing for both teams, like you.
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Is This a Sign of Things to Come?
27 November 2017 | by IboChildSee all my reviews

In the first three episodes, the series seems somewhat constrained by the source material. It seems unsure how closely the original characters and situations should be followed in the series. In this episode, the fourth overall, it digresses somewhat from from what happened before (both from the movie and the previous three episodes), but gives us something fresh and new. For once, Nola Darling is less preachy and seems like a living and breathing human being. Arguably, we learn more about Nola as character here than in the three previous episodes combined. While it's not yet clear how this episode fits within the overall season, it gives the viewer hope that the series may eventually justify its existence.


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