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Woke Key Art

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While we were devastated to learn that Hulu won’t be renewing “High Fidelity” for a second season, we have been getting excited about another upcoming comedy original series, “WOKE,” which we reported about last month. The streaming platform released the full version during their press tour with the Cable Telecommunications Association for Marketing “CTAM” on Friday, check it out below:

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Lamorne Morris (BET Now, FOX’s New Girl, Barbershop: The Next Cut) stars in the series as Keef Knight, an African-American cartoonist finally on the verge of mainstream success when an unexpected encounter with the police changes everything. With a fresh outlook on the world around him, Keef must now navigate the new voices and ideas that confront and challenge him, all without setting aflame everything he’s already built. Inspired by the life and work of Keith Knight (Co-Creator & Executive Producer), the series also comedian, T. Murph, Blake Anderson, Sasheer Zamata and a number of guest stars. All 8 episodes of WOKE are set to premiere on September 9th, only on Hulu.

Follow “WOKE” on social media:

Twitter – @WokeHulu @Hulu

Instagram – @WokeHulu @Hulu

#WokeonHulu

The World Premiere Of Disney's "THE LION KING"

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This Saturday was a spirited one for Stephen and Ayesha Curry‘s kiddos! Daughters Riley, 8, and Ryan 5, posed for a fierce photo seated in the flatbed of a pickup truck. Mom Ayesha Curry shared the snapshot on Instagram, captioning the picture, “MOOD Ishi’s daughters.”

Ryan sat at the edge of the flatbed with her legs crossed, while Riley squatted like a cool kid. Both girls wore sunglasses.

In a second post Ayesha shared, Riley showed off her dance moves to Beyoncé’s song “Already,” while Ryan sang along and grooved while remaining seated.

“A little Saturday inspiration. My baby girls. They are LOVING Black is King,” Ayesha captioned the post.

First of all, Riley has got the choreography down way better than we do! Second of all, these girls have mastered the art of mixing prints!

Both girls celebrated birthdays last month. Ayesha Curry recently shared that she decided to name her magazine Sweet July, in part because of her children being born in July.

Riley hasn’t shied away from the spotlight a bit since winning over audiences during one of her dad’s post game press conferences.

Ryan is equally adorable, we can’t get enough of her smile.

Has your household been loving ‘Black Is King’ as much as the Currys?

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