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Spike Lee's Netflix Series 'She's Gotta Have It' Sets Fall Premiere Date

Spike Lee's Netflix Series 'She's Gotta Have It' Sets Fall Premiere Date

Spike Lee will make his Netflix directorial debut this November with a remake of his 1986 feature "She's Gotta Have It".

Lee created, produced and directed the contemporary update of She's Gotta Have It, which marks his first TV project. Dubbed a "new take on Spike Lee's classic" by Netflix, we're left wondering if today's dating apps will only complicate the dating scene for Nola.

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The series also stars Chyna Layne, Ilfenesh Hadeara, Margot Bingham, Sydney Morton, and Joie Lee. Nola is simultaneously seeing three men: a cultured model, Greer Childs, played by Cleo Anthony; a protective investment banker, Jamie Overstreet, played by Lyriq Bent; and the da original b-boy sneakerhead, Mars Blackmon, played by Hamilton alum Anthony Ramos. Following the announcement, made almost a full 365 days ago, Netflix will deliver the classic movie in episodic series-form due this Thanksgiving. His wife, Tonya Lewis Lee, serves as executive producer. The director had several months (fall 2016 to spring 2017) to transform the 88-minute movie into 10 binge-worthy episodes.

DeWanda Wise stars as Nola Darling, a late-Twenties Brooklyn artist navigating career, personal and romantic challenges.

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Lee shot the original film in just 12 days.

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