Scripted podcasts. I write ’em.
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Unfolding against the backdrop of ugly southern tradition, the great Migration North and Detroit’s former glory, “Address: House of Corrections” seamlessly weaves between the time periods of 1947 to 1968 and follows the journey of MERRY, an ex-con and recovering addict, from a rarely seen Black woman’s point of view.
The podcast, which reimagines the traditional audio book genre, stars the impressive cast of Joy DeMichelle (For The People), Tangie Ambrose (Station 19), Cheryl Francis Harrington (Dolemite Is My Name), Toby Smith (American Gun), Scott Peat (Criminal Minds), Carl Gilliard (Giants), Taji Coleman (I’m Dying Up Here) and the Emmy nominated producer, Quincy Lenear Gossfield (Delivering Milo).
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GROWING UP NIKKI: A cross between “This Is Us” and “Everybody Hates Chris,” it’s a half-hour, coming-of-age dramedy that tells the story of a 11-year-old black girl in early 1980s Detroit as her mom – who she doesn’t know is battling cancer – teaches her the lessons she needs to grow up and become a woman after she’s gone.
BLUES AWAY: After a brush with the law in 1977 New York, an African diplomat’s daughter bound to an arranged marriage and a lonely pop singer on the verge of superstardom find soul mates in each other the night before her wedding.