NBA"All-Star" Executive Producer's Gritty Police Drama Is "A Hit!"
Gritty "New" police drama series “The Underground Kings!” (executive produced by NBA "All Star" Richard “RIP” Hamilton) created and produced by “Award Winning" director/actor Skye Dennis releases episode 2 to glowing reviews!
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PHILADELPHIA - Jan. 21, 2014 - PRLog -- CHELSEA, AL (January 21, 2014)—With the overwhelming success (and feedback) from “The Underground Kings” episode 1 (series premiere), episode 2 is now available. “Award Winning Director/Actor” Skye Dennis (business partner and 1st cousin to T. U. K.’s Executive Producer NBA All Star Richard “RIP” Hamilton) says, “We decided to release the next episode early due to the mega response and positive reactions of fans.” Episode 2 continues with all the unanticipated suspense, intensity and intrigue that episode 1 ended with. Early responses shows web viewers were pleasantly surprised. Comments like: “This is the type of police dramas normally seen on network television, Great Show, aaaw man this Series just keeps getting better & BETTER” are just a sample from fans. Episode 2 starts with setting the stage for a major drug deal involving undercover officers from Harrisburg PA. It also reveals the involvement (snitching) of a dirty cop. “We wanted to give fans a ‘Big Bang’ for their bucks” states Dennis. He continues, “I’m proud to say I think T. U. K.’s did.” Members of this “Award Winning Veteran” cast are: Christopher Mann (best known for his role as Councilman Tony Gray on “The Wire” amongst many television, film and theatrical roles), Brian Anthony Wilson (known as Detective Holley on “The Wire” but has appeared in many television shows and films), John Canada Terrell (famous for playing Michael “Flash” Turner in Robert Townsends “The Five Heartbeats” and other film and television works), Omilio Sparks (actor and Hip Hop artist signed personally by Jay Z), Sultry Neo-Soul Artist Jaguar Wright, American Award Winner Robert X. Golphin (best known as feature in The Wire, as well asDunbar Reed in the “The Great Debaters” playing opposite Denzel Washington), Al Thompson Actor/Writer/Director/Producer (Love Don't Cost a Thing, The Royal Tenenbaums, A Walk to Remember, Conspiracy X and the like), (Gervase Peterson – known for his appearance on the first season of “Survivor”and Survivor reunion shows, (“Soap Opera” enthusiasts will recognize him from his role of Leo Thompson on “As The World Turns”), Actor/Comedian Turae Gordon (recognizable from B. E. T.’S Comic View to “Martin Lawrence Presents; 1st Amendment Standup.” Recently appearing in Kevin Hart’s “Laugh at my Pain”), rounding out this mega cast is Comedian/Writer/Actor Jvonne Pearson who has opened up for the likes of: Anita Baker, Boyz II Men, Mariah Carey and Patti Labelle. Pearson has also appeared on Def Comedy Jam and B. E. T.’s Comic View before becoming one of the writers for Comic View during the season Gary Owens hosted. Additional actors making series appearances are: Mark Kochanowicz (Paranoia, Hostage), Joilet F. Harris (The Wire), Nakia Dillard (The Wire, Night Catches Us), Mars Co-Op Actor/Hip Hop Artist (member of Legendary Roots Crew), Tiffany E. Green- (Silver Linings Playbook, The North Star), Kamal Bostic-Smith (The Wire, Beauty Shop) Kevin Savage (Professional Model/Stand-In The Game), and Tommy Brown.