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Saturday, April 29, 2017

The Lit List: What To Watch In The First Week Of May



wondering what to watch this upcoming first week of May? The Lit List is all you need to know! We're featuring the very best in cinema, the small screen, and digital formatted television shows you need to keep updated on.

Dear White People 

Why it's Lit: From the original 2012 film of the same namesake the creator Jason Simian is behind this continuation of a college campus that addresses racial issues and the complexities that come with it. The boistrious actress Logan Browning plays the radio host with the most to say and finds herself balancing being a woke public figure and her private life. With interesting storylines, a lineup of directors like Oscar award winning Barry Jenkins going behind the camera for an epsiode, and the sharp dialouge you will want to see this.

Where To Watch: You can see it exclusively on Netflix right now!



NBA Playoffs


Why It's Lit: The Clevaland Cavliers continue to defend their title with facing the Torntro Raptors in the Second Round. With the addition of new teammate Kevin Durant, will it make them unstoppable?
James Harden's Rockets and the always present Spurs will have something to say. Intriguing match-ups and buzzers beaters are sure to come.

Where To Watch: Appearing on ABC, TNT, ESPN, NBA TV.

The Wedding Party 

Why It's Lit: Nigeria's highest grossing film "The Wedding Party" is finally brought to American audiences via Netflix. When a couple decides to get married and their two families collide it makes for a charismatic wedding classic. Can we have a sequel already please?

Where To Watch: You Can watch it on Nexflix

The Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 2

   
I Am Not Your Negro 
Why It's Lit: The Oscar nominated and award winning documentary has garnered massive critical acclaim with an outstanding 99% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Chronicling the eerily foreshadowing words for author James Baldwin this film points out the injustices we still see more then decades later. 

Where To Watch: You can get the DVD and it;s on HD Demand

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