Da Kink in My Hair is a Canadian television sitcom created by Trey Anthony and Paul Ngozi and based on the play of the same name by Anthony, which follows the lives of a group of women who let their hair down in more ways than one at Letty's, a vibrant and bustling hair salon in Toronto's Caribbean community.
The series premiered in Canada on Global on 14 October, 2007. There are two seasons of the show to date.
Da Kink in My Hair premiered in South Africa on SABC1 on Friday 18 September 2009, at 20h30. There are 13 half-hour episodes in the first season.
Da Kink in My Hair follows the lives of a group of women who let their hair down in more ways than one at Letty's, a vibrant and bustling hair salon in Toronto's Caribbean community.
The show tackles the universal themes of life and love while highlighting the fiery and hilarious chatter that can often be overheard.
Novelette Campbell (Ordena Stephens-Thompson), the smart and vivacious owner of Letty's, has all the answers for her clients' dilemmas but can't always figure out how to tame the tangles in her own life.
Joined by her zany sister, Joy (Trey Anthony), her Jamaican born 14-year-old old son, Dre (Conroy Stewart) and her quirky family of stylists, including the wide-eyed new girl, Starr (Ngozi Paul) and the wicked-tongued bad boy, Nigel (Richard Fagon), the only thing Letty's lacks is a little peace and quiet.