This Black History Month, get ready to celebrate 12 brilliant Black innovators! We’re delighted to share that Hulu’s awesome series Your Attention Please is back for a second season. And we are excited to reveal a new trailer to whet your taste buds!
In case you missed the radical first season, each episode highlights Black innovators. Last year’s debut series centered on incredible folks like Iddris Sandu, M.A.I., and Tomi Adeyemi. Other episodes included features on Moogega Cooper, Coco and Breezy, Phillip Youmans, Hilton Carter, Ibtihaj Muhammad, Nicole LaPointe Jameson, and more. Transgressive and thought-provoking, this is a true treat and we’re stoked that it’s back on our screens.
In an official statement, the streamer gave us a little more info about season two. “Hulu is proud to bring the series back for a second season. Your Attention Please: The Series Season 2, hosted by actor Craig Robinson, highlights twelve prominent figures including NFL assistant running backs coach Jennifer King, stunt woman Jazzy Ellis and archaeologist Justin Dunnavant. The series will drop new 30-minute episodes every Friday throughout the month, beginning February 5th, and will be accompanied by a weekly podcast (Your Attention Please: A Hulu Podcast available on Apple and iHeart) featuring intimate conversations with talent featured in the show.”
Season two of Your Attention Please is part of Hulu’s Black Stories hub, which this year will feature new content and collections including Being Mary Jane, Black Ink Crew, Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, Antebellum, and The United States vs. Billie Holiday. According to the streamer, “the hub also features custom collections like “LGBTQ+ Black,” “Black Leads,” and “Black Creators,” which house thousands of TV episodes and movies featuring Black storylines, characters and creators, available for viewers to access throughout the year.”
Brandon Pierce, Hulu’s VP Executive Creative Director and creator of Your Attention Please, adds, “With Season 2, we cast a wider net and shined an even brighter ultralight beam on the black people occupying places and spaces we typically don’t hear talked about or celebrated. We’re all about elevating from the norm and expected, and inspiring a generation to look outside of social expectations and chase the dreams that fuel their spirits. “
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