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Watch: OWN Debuts The ‘Greenleaf’ Season 2 Trailer

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Oprah Winfrey Network debuts the season two trailer for its acclaimed original drama series “Greenleaf” from Lionsgate (NYSE: LGF.A, LGF.B), Emmy-nominated creator/executive producer Craig Wright (“Lost,” “Six Feet Under”) and executive producers Clement Virgo (“The Book of Negroes”) and Oprah Winfrey.

The first eight episodes of the new season will debut on Wednesday, March 15 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.  The remaining eight episodes of the series’ second season will air in summer 2017. “Greenleaf” premiered last June as the #1 series debut in OWN history and was 2016’s #1 new cable series for women, averaging over three million viewers in Live+3 in its first season.
In the series’ second season, the Greenleaf family tree will split at the root as Jacob (Lamman Rucker, “Why Did I Get Married?”) ventures off to begin his new career with long-time rival church Triumph Ministries, breaking faith with his father, Bishop James Greenleaf (Emmy-winner Keith David, “Community”) while his mother, Lady Mae Greenleaf (Golden Globe-nominee and Emmy-winner Lynn Whitfield, “The Josephine Baker Story”), struggles with Jacob’s decision to abandon the family. Meanwhile, after exposing her Uncle Mac’s (GregAlan Williams, “The Accountant”) crimes, but failing to bring him to justice, Grace “Gigi” Greenleaf (Merle Dandridge, “The Night Shift”) finds herself intrigued with someone new, Darius Nash (guest star Rick Fox, “Dope”), a local journalist who’s been closely following the ongoing threats plaguing the Greenleaf empire. Oprah Winfrey (“Selma”) also returns in her guest starring role as Mavis McCready, the sister of Lady Mae Greenleaf and a close confidante to Grace Greenleaf.
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[SFPL Exclusive Interview] Lance Gross Speaks With SFPL, Stars in New Film “THE LAST FALL”

The National Football League is one full of talent, but also tragic untold stories. Athletes face the hardship of trying to make it into the selective league, but it is also a struggle to stay in it. Many football movies show the competitive nature of professional football players but neglect to show the hardship that players face.   Writer, director, and retired football player Matthew A. Cherry has chosen to take a different form with his new film “The Last Fall”. We had the chance to chat with Lance Gross who plays the main character Kyle Bishop who goes through the hardship of facing the end of his football career with no money and practically having to start life over from scratch.