Netflix reveals She's Gotta Have It release date and trailer


Way back in 1986, Spike Lee made his directorial debut with a black-and-white, independently-produced film about sex and relationships titled She's Gotta Have It.

It again focuses on Nola Darling, but in a new form, and played by DeWanda Wise. Nola's three Lovers: Greer Childs played by Cleo Anthony (Divergent), Jamie Overstreet played by Lyriq Bent (The Book of Negroes), and Mars Blackmon played by Hamilton alum Anthony Ramos are also introduced.

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The outspoken film director, who most recently made headlines for mistakenly congratulating blackballed National Football League quarterback Colin Kaepernick on signing with the Seattle Seahawks (which, unfortunately, didn't really happen), will direct all ten episodes, which will officially "air" on Thanksgiving Day.

The trailer gives new life to Lee's story, and in many ways reminds me a bit of HBO's Insecure (which likely took some of its inspiration, as so many other movies and TV shows have, from the 1986 film).

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Of course, Darling is also surrounded by a stable of friends played by Margot Bingham, Chyna Layne, and Elise Hudson. It wastes no time establishing our protagonist: Her therapist deems her "insatiable", she self-describes as a "sex-positive polyamorous pansexual" who has little interest in monogamy.

Spike Lee and Tonya Lewis Lee serve as creators and executive producers of the series through their 40 Acres production company.

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