We’re always excited to celebrate Black art and creativity, and this month Hulu is expanding their Black Stories hub with a new anthology documentary series that highlights incredible Black artists and is hosted by none other than Craig Robinson. Each episode will feature three Black creatives from multiple disciplines. Each of them are pushing boundaries in their field and blazing the trail for the new generation! You can check out the trailer for the new series below!
As the trailer teases, each episode of Your Attention Please will center on Black creatives who are pushing their forms and art forward. The first entry into the new series centers on three awesome creators you should already know. First, tech entrepreneur Iddris Sandu who established the first smart retail store experience alongside the late Nipsey Hustle; dancer and movement artist Jon Boogz and M.A.I. movement; and New York Times #1 Bestselling author of the spectacular Children of Blood and Bone, Tomi Adeyemi. In the words of Hulu these artists “give us a glimpse into their personal journeys – in tech, dance, and literature.”
You can get a little more info about Your Attention Please and its mission statement right here:
“Nine young voices. Three unique episodes. One distinctive host. This #BlackHistoryMonth, Hulu presents Your Attention Please, with Craig Robinson. Launched in 2019, Hulu’s Black Stories hub celebrates Black culture year round. This year, Hulu continues to highlight Black leads and creators with even more curated collections. With it, the launch of Black Stories Presents: Your Attention Please, a new, exclusive three-part series hosted by Craig Robinson ( Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Office) that explores nine Black voices who are part of the next generation of excellence. Launched February 9, Your Attention Please showcases inspiring Black artists, talent, voices and visionaries on a weekly basis discussing everything from tech, dance and literature to science, fashion, business, sports and film.
Additionally, Hulu has partnered with iHeartRadio to produce a nine episode podcast that continues the stories from the voices of Your Attention Please. Listeners can tune in starting on February 28th to hear Kimberly Drew interview a new member of the show every week, and continue the conversation about Black culture past just Black History Month.”
It feels really refreshing to see a big streaming service like Hulu trying to support and buildup groundbreaking Black art in a way that aims to be longer term, and to work outside of the specified Black history month framework. But seeing as it is Black History Month right now, it means that there’s no better time to check out Your Attention Please. Discover some awesome new creatives or learn more about some of your favorites who are changing the face of the cultural landscape right now. You can watch the first of Your Attention Please episode on Hulu now! And good news if you don’t have an active Hulu account right now but still want to check out Your Attention Please, the entire first episode is streaming for free on Hulu’s Facebook page!
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