The six-part series will premiere March 1 on Spike TV, preceded by a sneak peek at the first two episodes at the Sundance Film Festival in January. The festival premiere is scheduled to include an extended Q&A, but no details have been announced as to the event. Sadly, both Kalief and his mother Venida Browder died in the past 18 months, presumably leaving only executive producer Jay and director Jenner Furst to speak for the film.
See the powerful trailer for yourself, below:
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