The ninth episode of Bronzeville shows our heroes in unmapped territory. As Everett Copeland (Wood Harris) and Jesse (Omari Hardwick) still search for Lisa, they discuss a recent incident in which Curtis Randolph (Laurence Fishburne) went down to deal with a bookie himself. Everett worries that all the measures they’ve taken to go legit will be in vain. […]
The eighth episode of Bronzville starts with a bang as Everett Copeland (Wood Harris) blames a missing Jimmy (Larenz Tate) for Casper’s death, asking for Jimmy’s head on a plate. Lisa Copeland (Tika Sumpter) tries to defend him, telling her older brother that Jimmy saved her life. Everett doesn’t realize he may be in the wrong until it […]
As Bronzeville continues, all of the South Side celebrates Everett Copeland’s (Wood Harris) release from prison after his two-year sentence for tax evasion ends. But Everett has concerns after he finds out that Curtis Randolph (Laurence Fishburne) is back in the game. Jimmy (Larenz Tate) meets with Mr. Faulkner and the two speak of Jimmy’s changing life. […]
In the fourth episode of the groundbreaking "podcast-movie" Bronzeville, Curtis Randolph (Laurence Fishburne) feels the weight of his influence when Reverend Thomas asks Randolph to give a local boy gainful employment, reminding him that wealth and power comes with great responsibility.
Episode 2 of Bronzeville is here, continuing the story of Jimmy Tillman’s early days in Chicago as he grows accustomed to the glamour and mystery of Chi-Town’s historically Black neighborhood of Bronzeville in the 1940s. In this episode, Everett Copeland (Wood Harris) finds himself in prison, and his brother Jesse (Omari Hardwick) struggles to keep the gangs […]