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The Chi (short for Chicago) follows the lives of Emmett, Brandon, Ronnie and Kevin in the South Side neighborhood of Chicago after a fateful turn of events sends shock waves through the community but also connects them in unexpected ways.
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Different stories walk around us everyday without being told, carried by the minds of the invisible people. Everyday true stories that have never been told will teach us to love and understand each other.
Tales, Hip-Hop Music heard and seen in dramatic story form.
The jury is out in my opinion on whether this is a good show or not; the story-line for episode one was interesting and the racial/cultural flip-flop made the story very edgy.I have not seen this perspective on story telling before and the romance aspect seemed unnecessary and did not add to the story. Adding the hip-hop culture (specifically the music) to the plot makes this show intriguing (if you are a hip-hop/rap head). The acting was okay and scene cuts could have been smoother. I will watch episode two and I will definitely know at the end of the episode if this is a good, mediocre or bad show.
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