ALLBLK has announced the titles that are coming to the AMC-owned streaming service in September. The ALLBLK September 2021 lineup adds to the service’s evolving slate of original series featuring Black talent and creativity.
The ALLBLK September 2021 schedule includes Monogamy Season 3, Preacher’s Kid, Social Society, Dead Places and more. We’ve also included more titles coming to the service later this fall.
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ALLBLK SEPTEMBER 2021 SCHEDULE
AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER 2
Monogamy Season 3 | ALLBLK Original Series | Drama | Episodes Streaming Weekly on Thursdays
In Season 3, the couples begin to unravel after the rooftop shooting in Las Vegas takes a toll on their lives. Connor becomes obsessed with finding Harvey and Sincere has to decide if she needs to move on. Sawyer hasn’t healed from a past trauma causing a wedge between he and Caroline.
Caroline gets closer to finding out just who she is and realizes that revelation could be bittersweet if she has to go on alone. Carson and Maggie have to take a hard look at their relationship and aren’t sure they like what they see. Produced by NASA Studios INC Bondlt Media Capital.
Money Talks | Big Studio Feature | Comedy, Action
Chris Tucker and Charlie Sheen star as two desperate men who discover that they need each other… and that Money Talks. Fast-talking con man Franklin Hatchett (Tucker) is wrongfully accused of killing cops and needs protection from the police, the mob and his very pregnant girlfriend.
Struggling television newsman James Russell (Sheen) needs a story. The two meet, and it’s like a match to gasoline as they dodge bullets in series of hair-raising escapes involving big diamonds, fast cars and a deadly game of hide-and-seek. Produced by New Line Cinema.
Preacher’s Kid | Big Studio Feature | Musical Drama
Tired of her life as a minister’s daughter and longing to experience more of the world, a 20-something young woman with the talent to enthrall people with her voice joins a gospel show but discovers that life on the road isn’t what she had imagined. Now, she fears going home with nothing to show for herself, or worse, to a father who no longer loves her…
In this modern retelling of the story of the “Prodigal Son” set to a Gospel soundtrack, young Angie King (LeToya Luckett) leaves her life as the Preacher’s Kid working in the community and singing in church, lured by dreams of fame and charismatic singer Devlin Mitchell (Durrell Babbs).
But she eventually learns that the dream and reality are far different as Devlin tires of her, then turns abusive, and that performing in a traveling show is not as rewarding as singing for a congregation that loves her. Now, the only question is will her pride… and her father … allow her to return home? Produced by Gener8Xion Entertainment.
AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER 6
The Mysterious Death of Eazy-E | Season 1 Finale | Docuseries | Episodes Streaming Weekly on Mondays
In this 4-part investigative series, journalists, friends and family members of rap legend “Eazy-E” celebrate his life and examine the perplexing circumstances surrounding his death 25 years ago.
Eazy’s daughter Ebie, his ex Tracy, and seasoned hip-hop investigative reporters Jasmine Simpkins and Ben Westhoff lead the charge by talking to eyewitnesses, examining conspiracy theories and uncovering never-before-seen footage. Will the truth finally be uncovered? Produced by Critical Content.
AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER 7
Social Society | ALLBLK Original Series | Talk/Variety Show | Episodes Streaming Weekly on Mondays
Join host Kendall Kyndall and the Social Society for a fresh look into the week’s trending topics, social buzz, and exclusive sketch comedy. Set to the backdrop of your favorite hang-out spot, Social Society is a weekly variety talk show serving all of your favorite social media essentials on a virtual platter.
Each episode welcomes your favorite influencers, lifestyle experts, and tastemakers for epic discussions on Black culture, education, race, politics, and everything in between. Produced by Big Little Sis Media.
AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER 9
Dead Places Season 1 | ALLBLK Regular TV Series | Mystery/Thriller | Episodes Streaming Weekly on Thursdays
London-based paranormal investigator, Will Stone, is the author of the international bestselling series of books, Dead Places. After returning home to South Africa to investigate Africa’s many ancient spirits and monsters, Will confronts the biggest mystery of his life. Who, or what, murdered his sister when they were children? Produced by Motion Story.
AVAILABLE FALL 2021
Lace follows a prolific Los Angeles attorney, Lacey McCullough (Maryam Basir), who often blurs the lines between right and wrong to protect her rich and powerful clientele. McCullough, is a successful and highly connected attorney whose influence sometimes leads her down a very dark path.
With the help of her trusted associates, Othello Charles (Skyh Black) and Britney Deveaux (Tanyell Waivers) – and the ever-efficient twins, Aaron (Antoine Harris) and Nora Tuft (Taylor Bynoe) – she’s currently involved in one of her most mysterious and perilous cases to date.
Covenant will create a world of thrilling, suspenseful drama where characters and stories of the bible are thrust into a vicious dystopia of present-day, real-life situations.
Each episode will reimagine a classic story as it would take place in the modern world – challenging viewers to examine how sacred lessons of faith and love fit into today’s society.
Partners In Rhyme
Trailblazing rap legend, MC Lyte, teams up with “Martin” Executive Producer, Bentley Kyle Evans, for a hilarious new sitcom, Partners in Rhyme. The show following the life of a female high school rapper, social media star and foster kid who thinks she is the next Cardi B. MC Lyte will star in the series as a label executive charged with helping the difficult but talented new artist navigate the industry.
Cast includes Lana (MC Lyte), Luscious T (Prescious Way), Mekhi (Ronald Gaither), Vicky (Cloie Taylor), Hazel (Rolanda Watts), Boston (Wesley Waples), Jerry (Bruce Nozick)