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'Insecure' Writer To Bring Black Panther Party Dramedy To Freeform

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Freeform is in development on a dramedy inspired by the life of Ericka Suzanne, the daughter of Elaine Brown, who was the first female leader of the Black Panther Party. Written and executive produced by “Insecure” EP Dayna Lynne North, “Party Girls,” a single-camera half-hour, has a script-to-series commitment from the network. Laurence Fishburne will also serve as executive producer on the project via his Cinema Gypsy Productions banner. Read the full article on The Wrap

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