TV One debuts ‘Down For Whatever,’ starring LeToya Luckett and Hosea Chanchez
Writer and Director Tim Folsome, TV One General Manager Michelle Rice, Hosea Chanchez, Imani Hakim, Bre-Z, LeToya Luckett and TV One Head of Programming Robyn Greene Arrington. Photo Credit: Porsha Monique for Steed Media
Excitement abounded as TV One debuted its original screenplay “Down For Whatever,” starring LeToya Luckett, Hosea Chanchez, Imani Hakim and Bre-Z on Sunday, July 22, The drama was written by Timothy Folsome, who won The American Black Film Festival (ABFF) TV One Third Annual Screenplay Competition in 2017. The movie was screened this year during the 2018 American Black Film Festival in Miami, FL and received rave reviews.
The made-for-TV movie surrounds the successful life of a young female doctor who works at a prestigious hospital and learns that her newly-found biological sisters are actually ruthless cop killers that her detective husband is hunting down.
Rolling out was on the scene during ABFF 2018 and had the opportunity to attend the film’s red carpet and the actual film screening. Take a spin through the picture gallery and be sure to check out the movie Sunday, July 22, 2018, on TV One at 8 p.m. EST.