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Louis Gossett Jr. Joins Hap and Leonard for Season Three!

Hap and Leonard – Hap Collins (James Purefoy), Leonard Pine (Michael K Williams) – Photo by Bob Mahoney/Courtesy of SundanceTV

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Set once again in East Texas just before Christmas of 1989, Hap and Leonard scramble to locate Florida Grange, who has gone missing in the Klan-infested town of Grovetown.

Oscar®-winner Louis Gossett Jr., Psych’s Corbin Bersen and Andrew Dice Clay join the show’s cast for season three – which will premiere on Wednesday, March 7, 2018 (10/9).

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The Book of Negroes – A Roots For This Century!

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The Book of Negroes is a mini-series adapting the novel by Laurence Hill – a story that follows the remarkable Aminata Diallo from prior to her kidnapping by slavers in Africa, through her time as a slave in South Carolina – owned by two very different types of slave owners, to seeking her freedom in New York, moving with black loyalists to Nova Scotia and thence to Sierra Leone before heading to London to help the abolitionist put a halt to the slave trade.

Summed up in a few words like that, it doesn’t seem like much, but the CBC/BET co-production covers a lot of history through the eyes of a single human being. The device of using a fictional protagonist – through whose eyes we see that history – makes the journey, which could have been perhaps too epic, more personal and thus more relatable.

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