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She’s Gotta Have It (Netflix 2017, DeWanda Wise, Cleo Anthony)

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Thirty years ago, Spike Lee burst onto the independent filmmaking scene with his groundbreaking look at one free-spirited artist making it happen for herself in Brooklyn, New York. Now, Miss Nola Darling returns in Spike Lee’s first series, an update of the visionary Oscar(R) -nominated writer-director’s She’s Gotta Have It.

The seriously sexy comedy stars breakout actress DeWanda Wise as Nola Darling, an uncompromising woman in her late twenties struggling to define herself and divide her time among her Friends, her Job and her Three Lovers: The Cultured Model, Greer Childs, The Protective Investment Banker, Jamie Overstreet and Da Original B-Boy Sneakerhead, Mars Blackmon. Nola is not who you want her to be. Nola is now – she is outspoken, complicated, progressive, unapologetic, passionate, sexual.. Spike Lee directs all 10 episodes of the series, he created and produced the show.

She’s Gotta Have It was Spike’s landmark film which he shot in 12 days during the long hot summer of 1986. The film signaled a change of how African Americans are portrayed in movies. The new She’s Gotta Have It is his first TV series.

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DeWanda Wise as Nola Darling
Cleo Anthony as Greer Childs
Lyriq Bent as Jamie Overstreet
Chyna Layne as Shemekka Epps
Anthony Ramos as Mars Blackmon
Sydney Morton as Sheryl Overstreet
Margot Bingham as Clorinda Bradford
Kim Director as Bianca

crew details
Creator: Spike Lee
Executive Producers: Barry Michael Cooper, Lynn Nottage, Spike Lee, Tonya Lewis Lee

production details
Country: USA
Network and Production Companies: Netflix
Duration: 10×30 minute episodes
Aired From: Thursday 23 November 2017

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Country: US
Year of Release: 2017-11-23

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Rocky Mountain Christmas (HMC 2017, Lindy Booth, Kristoffer Polaha)

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Rocky Mountain Christmas

In Rocky Mountain Christmas evil stepmothers don’t only lurk in castles, tormenting helpless children. Sometimes, they’re on ranches, tormenting adults. A year after her father died in a fire at their Oregon ranch — a fire accidentally caused by her stepmother, Mae — Sarah has finally found her footing, turning the family homestead into a successful dude ranch. Still, Mae is pushing to take it over, seeing it as a potential goldmine. Meanwhile, Graham, a Hollywood superstar, wants to use the ranch as the location of his next movie. Sarah isn’t inclined to allow it.

During a long horseback ride through the moonlit mountains, Graham explains why this project is so dear to him. That and a soulful kiss make Sarah relent. But all does not run smoothly once the movie starts. Graham and his costar, Simone, had been involved; Sarah has fallen hard for the handsome star. Still, she won’t allow jealousy to cloud her professionalism. When Simone’s horse runs wild, Sarah saves her. And when Sarah’s evil stepmother, Mae, also runs wild — suing Sarah — Simone, in turn, saves Sarah.

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Lindy Booth as Sarah
Kristoffer Polaha as Graham
Chris McNally as Cody
Marci T. House as Delilah
Jason Schombing as Peter
Paige McCulloch as Nicole
Duncan Minett as Radio DJ
Jess Brown as Hostess

crew details
Director: Tibor Takács
Writers: Gregg Rossen, Brian Sawyer, Elena Zaretsky

production details
Country: USA
Network and Production Companies: Hallmark Movie Channel
Duration: 1×120 minute episode
Aired From: Saturday 16 December 2017

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Coming Home (BBC-1 1981, Sharon Duce, Philip Jackson)

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Sitcom Coming Home detailed the exploits of a bumbling chemistry teacher. Lynda Marchal, who plays Muriel, is better known as writer Lynda La Plante.

There was an untransmitted pilot made in 1980, this featured the same cast with the exception of Donald Maddocks who was played by Paul Copley.

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Sharon Duce as Sheila Maddocks
Philip Jackson as Donald Maddocks
Lynda Marchal as Muriel Maddocks
Roger Sloman as Ted Maddocks
Eva Griffith as Ruth
David Thackwray as Joey

crew details
Writer: David Fitzsimmons
Music: Ronnie Hazlehurst
Producer: Sydney Lotterby
Director: Martin Shardlow

production details
Country: UK
Network and Production Companies: BBC One
Duration: 6×30 minute episodes
Aired From: 27 February – 3 April Fridays at 7.30pm

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Combat Sheep (BBC-1 2001, Steve Coogan, Ronni Ancona)

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Combat Sheep

One-off comedy film Combat Sheep detailed the comic adventures of four ex-army mascot sheep. Made using a mixture of live action and puppetry.

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STEVE COOGAN as Harris
RONNI ANCONA as Peaches
MARK WILLIAMS as Moose
KEVIN ELDON as Cooper
CHRIS ELLISON as Detective Inspector Hindle

crew details
Writer: Tim Firth
Additional material: Peter Baynham and Graham Duff
Executive Producers: Steve Coogan, Henry Normal
Producer: Robert Howes;
Director: Dominic Brigstocke.

production details
Country: UK
Network and Production Companies: BBC One – A Baby Cow Productions – Childrens Company
Duration: 1×30 minute episode
Aired From: 30 December 2001 at 5:35pm

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