New Docuseries Tells Tales of Five Black Women Who Fell from Grace
The cast of Centric's new series "From the Bottom Up" is set to premiere on Jan. 16 (Photo by Centric).
LOS ANGELES - Centric, the first network designed for Black women, launches "FROM THE BOTTOM UP," a provocative docuseries following five high profile women after a publicized fall from grace. Starring Christine Beatty, Stacii Jae Johnson, Chrystale Wilson, Sara Stokes and Kim Smeadly; the six part series will follow them on the long road to redemption as they strive to change their lives, rebuild their families and live their dreams.
The series provides an unfettered view into their world and the organic chaos within their individual lives, tackling real, raw, gritty, emotional and honest issues from women who are smiling on the outside, but two minutes from dying on the inside. From Flavor Unit Entertainment and Executive Producers Queen Latifah; Shakim Compere; Nicci Gilbert; Luchia Ashe; Yaneley Arty and Rene Garcia. "FROM THE BOTTOM UP" premieres on Centric with a simulcast on BET Networks on January 16 at 10:00 pm ET, followed by new episodes every Saturday night on Centric.