New York, NY – February 12, 2024 – Today ALLBLK, the popular streaming service for Black television from AMC Networks, released an all-new trailer for new original series, Supa Girlz. The six-episode docuseries is set to premiere Thursday, March 7th, exclusively on ALLBLK.
Supa Girlz follows a dance season in the life of one of the best high school dance teams in the country: the Miami Northwestern “G Girls.” Led by a boldly unapologetic and visionary director, Traci Young-Byron, the “G Girls” have become a trend-setting viral sensation whose successes and struggles reflect those of the neighborhood they call home: Liberty City, Miami.
This verité documentary series forms a window into a world that follows Young-Byron through one tumultuous school year as she struggles to field an entirely new ensemble of dancers and replicate the towering achievements of her previous teams. Over the course of one season, Supa Girlz weaves together Traci’s compelling personal story with those of her young, new dancers, Kiara Laster, Kevonni White, Jaida Sumlar and Jayla Dorsett, to paint a powerful portrait of rebirth and renewal in one of America’s most vibrant and influential inner cities.
Supa Girlz is Directed and Executive Produced by Trishtan Williams, with Evan Rosenfeld, Matthew Goldberg, Brandon Carroll, Ryan Schiavo, Alex Lieberman, Gary Lieberman, Tom Dunlap serving as Executive Producers and Jeremy David White Co-executive Producing. The deal was negotiated on behalf of the filmmakers by Sean Jefferson at Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz. Brett Dismuke, Head of Content, and Nikki Love, SVP of Development; Original Production, Scripted, serve as Executive Producers for ALLBLK
SCREENERS: All episodes of ALLBLK original series Supa Girlz are now available.
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Supa Girlz Episode 1: “Leaders of a New School” – Premieres Thursday, March 7
Determined to preserve the team’s hard-fought reputation, Traci hosts a grueling week of auditions before ultimately selecting a team of just 7 dancers to lead a new generation of G Girls.
Supa Girlz Episode 2: “Changing Lives Don’t Pay the Bills” – Premieres Thursday, March 14
As the community packs the stands for the hotly-anticipated start of the football season, the G Girls struggle to overcome their performance anxiety and falter their debut halftime show.
Supa Girlz Episode 3: “Show Up, Show Out” – Premieres Thursday, March 21
As the bonds between Traci and her new team begin to deepen, Traci is floored by the discovery that her would-be captain Kiara is failing one of her classes. Learning that not one but two girls have failing grades, Traci considers benching both of them.
Supa Girlz Episode 4: “Go Viral or Go Home“ – Premieres Thursday, March 28
Troubled by the leadership void on the team, Traci looks away from Kiara to a younger and exceptionally talented dancer – Jaida. But, in contrast to her bold performance style, Jaida is shy and unconfident outside of the studio.
Supa Girlz Episode 5: “Still Work to be Done” – Premieres Thursday, April 4
The girls prepare for the all-important band evaluation performance. A regional competition judged by professionals, the event offers the first formal review of the team that tests their talent against the teams that came before them.
Supa Girlz Episode 6: “Time to Start Again” – Premieres Thursday, April 11
While the season has ended for the football team, the band and G Girls learn that they are one of a select number of high school teams chosen to perform at the highly-attended HBCU invitational in Orlando.About ALLBLK
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