Laurence Fishburne and Larenz Tate have done something brilliant once again, and of course it being Black History Month, they do it on a African-American subject.
The two actors and great minds have come up with a scripted drama series called Bronzeville. What is it? A podcast that is all about the numbers game that dates back to the 1940’s neighborhood inside of a place called Bronzeville in , Chicago. This area was flourishing on its own; with having their own outlets such as clothing stores, banks, and even grocery stores.
On the daytime television show, “The Real”, Tate revealed a big reason why he and Fishburne decided to this podcast is because the black community needs to reminded of where they come from and what they are capable of doing.
The series is based on real events just “juiced” up with some of your favorite people including them, Tika Sumpter, Omari Hardwick, Tracee Ellis Ross, Wood Harris, Lahmard Tate, Cory Hardrict, Brittany Snow, Affion Crockett, Marcus T. Paulk, and more!
Tate and Fishbourne say that it is jam packed with comedy, action, and of course drama. They even exclaim it is “better than TV!”
There are 10 episodes and you can catch them on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and Soundcloud.