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Entertainment Yara Shahidi To Host Reimagined ‘A Different World’ Table Read

23:50  25 october  2020
23:50  25 october  2020 Source:   etcanada.com

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Pictured: Yara Shahidi as Zoey. Somebody get Sinbad's agent on the phone: Black-ish is getting a spinoff, and it pretty much sounds like the second If that sounds familiar, it's because it's the same premise as A Different World , the 1987-93 Cosby Show spinoff that focused on Denise Huxtable

An icon of the world globe, indicating different international options." Yara Shahidi comes from a family of creators and actors. She said she has a black belt in karate and she got Whether you began loving the actress, style icon, and activist Yara Shahidi from her role as Zoey Johnson on "Black-ish"

Yara Shahidi will host the reimagined table read of "A Different World" for the finale of "Zoom Where It Happens".

a close up of a blackboard: Photo By: AP Photo/Antonio Calanni/CPImages Photo By: AP Photo/Antonio Calanni/CPImages

Tessa Thompson, Storm Reid, Kelly McCreary, Oswin Benjamin and Lil Yachty will appear in the table read, directed by Debbie Allen.

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The series features different Black artists putting their spin on classic shows to raise awareness of voting rights. Other shows to get the special treatment include "Golden Girls" and "Friends".

Thompson will play Kim, Reid is taking on Jaleesa and Freddie, McCreary as Jasmine, Allen as Adele, Benjamin will play Dwayne Wayne and Lil Yachty as Ron.

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Yara Shahidi . 321,441 likes · 1,043 talking about this. Yara was born and raised for the first four years of her life in Minnesota, before her family

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The original cast included Jasmine Guy, Kadeem Hardison, Cree Summer, Dawnn Lewis, Charnele Brown and Darryl M. Bell.

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The finale of "Zoom Where It Happens" on Oct. 27 at 6 p.m. pt/ 9 p.m. ET and those wanting to attend must register beforehand.

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