"Saturdays" feat. Marsai Martin, Danielle Jalade, Golden Brooks & More PREMIERES on March 24th
"Saturdays" is a single-cam coming-of-age comedy that only takes place on the best day of the week…Saturday! The series revolves around 14-year-old Paris Johnson and her best friends, Simone and Ari, who hone their roller skating skills on the cool parquet floor of Saturdays, a local skating rink in Chicago. Together they form the We-B-Girlz skate crew and are determined to show and prove they have the hottest skate routines on the planet!
The series stars Danielle Jalade ("Yes Day") as Paris Johnson, Daria Johns ("Nappily Ever After") as Simone Samson, Golden Brooks ("Girlfriends'') as Deb Johnson, Omar Gooding ("Barbershop") as Cal Johnson, Jermaine Harris ("The Map of Tiny Perfect Things") as London Johnson, Peyton Basnight ("Sudden Sisters") as Ari, and Tim Johnson Jr. ("Ballers") as Derek/ "D-Rok."
"Saturdays" is created and executive produced by Norman Vance Jr., who also serves as showrunner. Additional executive producers are Marsai Martin, Josh Martin, Carol Martin and Nicole Dow for Genius Entertainment.
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