Our Kind Of People just had its premieres. It was a fantastic affair of storytelling and the audiences loved it. The premiere was much anticipated. From the day of its announcement, fans have been waiting for this. The premiere show promises a whole lot of things to be excited about.
There were several takeaways from the show. Some of the performances were so exceptional that critics had a tough time. The show felt a lot similar to a dramatized version of the Real Housewives. Let us find out in detail about the premiere of Our Kind Of People below.
Our Kind Of People Makes A Strong Statement
The show revolves around the struggles of a single mom keen to prosper. Yaya DaCosta plays the character of Angela. She has been portrayed as an entrepreneur of the hair care business. Her business is situated at the wealthy Oak Bluffs in Martha’s Vineyards. The presentation of the storyline makes the series likable to the audience. It has many promising plot twists, great costume designing, and a subtle storyline.
The show is originally based and inspired by Lawrence Otis Graham’s book. The book focused on the mannerisms and lifestyle of the privileged Black families in America. Our Kind Of People has an enviable cast.
Yaya DaCosta, Joe Morton, Morris Chestnut, Nadine Ellis, Lance Gross, Rhyon Nicole Brown, Kyle Barry & Alana Bright exceeded the expectations.
Our Kind Of People is produced by Lee Daniels & Karin Gist. The series does have some flaws of its own. The main letdown of the series is its sheer pace. Things have quite often seemed a bit too rushed. Audiences are not given enough choices to choose from. The storytelling often seems lackluster and easily forgettable.