I still give it up for the character itself and for the other character Q. In spite of their negative actions, I always look forward to seeing brothers on the screen who are ambitious, driven, and will do what they can to succeed. In real life, I do believe that when you burn others, that energy will comeback on you some kinda way.
Nevertheless, I look forward to seeing what the writers will present in season 3. Some intriguing characters are gone but it seems like they are talented enough to bring in more different characters to keep us intrigued.
Showtime unveiled the new trailer for the Lena Waithe-created coming-of-age drama The Chi and announced that it will return for its third season on July 5 at 10 pm ET/PT.
The Chicago-set series will welcome back Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine, Jacob Latimore, Alex Hibbert, Yolonda Ross, Shamon Brown Jr., Michael V. Epps and Birgundi Baker. Writer Justin Hillian (Snowfall) is set to serve as showrunner and executive produce this season which will include guest star Luke James (Star, Little) who play Victor “Trig” Taylor, Jake’s (Epps) estranged older brother who wants to reunite his fractured family, but takes an unconventional approach. Alani “La La” Anthony (Power) will play Dominique “Dom” Morris, a savvy businesswoman with dreams of more lucrative opportunities. Lil Rel Howery (Get Out, Bird Box) will play Zeke Remnick, the owner of Sonny’s (guest star Cedric Young) building who cares less about the community than the bottom line, and Kandi Burruss (The Real Housewives of Atlanta) as Roselyn Perry, the estranged wife of Douda (guest star Curtiss Cook), back at his side to influence his political agenda and to help herself. In addition, Waithe will appear in a multi-episode arc as a Chicago mayoral candidate.