Girlfriends Seasons 1-8 Poster
Sneak Peek into Girlfriends Seasons 1-8
A new announcement was made on Netflix’s Strong Black Lead Twitter account. The account usually promotes shows and films which have black characters. The announcement lead to the announcement of three classic shows which would be acquired by Netflix and released on the platform.
Renewal Status of Girlfriends Seasons 1-8
In an unexpected announcement, it was announced that Netflix will acquire seven classic shows. The list includes “Girlfriends,” “Sister Sister” and “Moesha,” The announcement included “Moesha” ‘s release date to be Aus 1. The “Game” seasons 1-3 on the 15th of August and others.
Time to pop bottles🍾🍾
The following classic shows are coming to @Netflix (US)
Moesha – Aug 1
The Game S1-3 – Aug 15
Sister Sister – Sept 1
Girlfriends – Sept 11
The Parkers – Oct 1
Half & Half – Oct 15
One on One – Oct 15
To celebrate, here's a message from your faves: pic.twitter.com/zohNPEo0rz
— Strong Black Lead (@strongblacklead) July 29, 2020
The Whole Of The Series Will be Aired On 11th September 2020.
Cast and What to Expect from Girlfriends Seasons 1-8
We’ve had the honor to see the star-studded cast including the likes of Joan Clayton (Ross), Antoinette “Toni” Garrett, (Jones), Lynn Ann Searcy (White), and Maya Denise Wilkes (Brooks) who go through a tough phase filled with heartaches and love as well as sadness together. Tracee Ellis Riss who had played the role of Joal Carol Clayton is now known for being the star of the show Black-ish where the cast meet after a decade.
Around the sixth year mark, Jones had to leave the show since her contract had expired. The show was canceled without notice after the eighth season. The show never really had what the fans would have called an official closure. After almost a decade, the cast of the Girlfriends had a reunion on an episode of black-ish titled “Feminisn’t”
Synopsis of Girlfriends Seasons 1-8
The shows which are announced to be released on Netflix. Have successfully changed the face of television. These shows have heavily promoted black lead and cast as well as behind the camera crew. “Girlfriends” fans are thrilled about the release. Stay tuned for more updates!