A Black Lady Sketch Show
Vuzu (DStv 116)
This narrative series is set in a limitless magical reality full of dynamic, hilarious characters and celebrity guests.
The show presents sketches performed by a core cast of black women, including Robin Thede, Ashley Nicole Black, Gabrielle Dennis and Quinta Brunson.
The show touches on such culturally relevant themes as social norms, anxiety, religion, sex, dating and relationships.
Each episode consists of five to six sketches, showcasing the comedic talents of Robin, Quinta, Ashley and Gabrielle portraying an array of dynamic and varied characters, as well as hyper versions of themselves in interstitials featuring four friends stuck in a house during an end-of-the-world event.
In the series premiere, "Angela Bassett Is the Baddest B***h": Two women seek an escape from an ominous fog and 1960s soul group Claude and The Boppers perform their hit song Ice Cream Shop.
A world-renowned author and "philosophizer" promotes her latest masterclass. Maya's confession in a support group gets a less-than-supportive response.
Trinity, the Invisible Spy, meets a formidable adversary. Drea confronts a mysterious woman stealing her dance moves at a club.
Fun and games lead to tension, as Robin, Ashley, Quinta and Gabrielle are stuck in a house after an end-of-the-world event.
In the second episode of the weekly double bill, ""Your Boss Knows You Don't Have Eyebrows"": A perpetually-late-to-work Shayla decides to forgo her morning makeup routine, to her coworker Toni's dismay.
Trinity the Invisible Spy hunts down The Recluse, an elusive villain with a surprising identity.
An array of average, awkward contestants perform before a panel of judges at the Basic Ball and security guard Fatimah helps an office worker investigate who stole her missing mug.
Robin, Quinta and Gabrielle uncover a shocking truth about Ashley's nighttime ritual.