By Team BLAM
We told you about the web series executive produced by Idris Elba, titled Milk & Honey, back in May (click here to see the trailer). It was created by Brown Paper Dolls (Dana Gills, Asha Kamali May, and Jeanette McDuffie – all Chicago natives (Spelman, Howard U & FAMU grads) who started their production company in LA.
The series, which is headlined by Lance Gross, Debbie Allen, Faune Chambers, Bryce Wilson, and Asha Kamali, centers on 4 black women living in Los Angeles, who are on “spiritual, professional and romantic journeys to make their dreams reality.”
Brown Paper Dolls have been working on the project for “over 3 years,” and say that it will be available on all platforms, not just the web (TV, mobile and more). They describe it as “a mix between HBO’s Entourage and Sex and the City.”
Here, Idris & the Brown Paper Dolls sit down & chat about their experience and the show. If you like it, spread the word–we’ve got to support the entertainment we want to see.