Well now this is something that we have been missing in the TV circuit. The Underground Kings” is “The Wire” meets “New York Undercover” fused with “Scandal” and “The Black List” . . . Are you ready????? Now if you are a fan of any of those shows you will love this. created and featuring award winning director Skye Dennis and executive produced by his 1st cousin NBA “All Star” Richard “Rip” Hamilton, will hit the internet January 1, 2014 (5:00pm E. S. T.). Ready (and willing) to please crime show junkies everywhere (although certainly not your mama’scrime vs cop show), this long awaited production picks up where: the poetic authenticity, social commentary, logic, sexiness, suspense, intensity and intrigue of “The Wire” ended. With a backdrop of Philadelphia, “T. U. K.’s” is the premiere show of unwavering explorations of a city in crisis and its subtle portrayals of those affected. The explosive beginning of this series starts with a Harrisburg PA police officer struggling to balance work and family (as with most).
On a day starting out typical, understated hints quickly turn into noticeable trouble when this officer finds out his partner of ten years was set up (killed) by a collaboration of dirty cops and crime bosses. With no other choice, he takes on a dual life going undercover in the city of “T. U. K.’s.” With a strategic plan in mind, his immediate life purpose and goal is to expose internal police corruption and underworld connections. Since many National and International fans have an unquenchable appetite for police dramas; this is your dose from veteran award winning actors: Christopher Mann (best known for his role as Councilman Tony Gray on “The Wire” amongst many television, film and theatrical roles), Brian Anthony Wilson (known as Detective Holley on “The Wire” but has appeared in many television shows and films), John Canada Terrell (famous for playing Michael “Flash” Turner in Robert Townsends “The Five Heartbeats” and other film and television works), Omilio Sparks (actor and Hip Hop artist signed personally by Jay Z), Sultry Neo-Soul Artist Jaguar right, American Award Winner Robert X. Golphin (best known as feature in The Wire as well as, Dunbar Reed in the “The Great Debaters” where he played opposite Denzel Washington), Al Thompson Actor/Writer/
THE SHADE IS REAL