‘Queens’: Why You Should Watch ABC’s Hip-Hop Drama – Part 1

Smart and knowledgeable people of TVLine-dia, you don’t like nice things?

Funny things? Stylish clothes? Boppy, funny, beautiful things? What sheds light on our continued existence?

Of course you have. So why don’t many of you watch ABC’s QueenS?

The show – a drama about a 1990s female hip-hop group reunion – is averaging 1.9 million viewers and rating 0.5 in its coveted 18-49 demo, with Live playback feature + 7 DVR. But its most recent episode attracted only 1.03 million viewers and 0.23, each for the same day.

Those numbers tell me that many of you need a little self-care. And by “self-care,” I mean an hour a week in which you allow the combined talents of Brandy, Naturi Naughton, Nadine Velazquez and (sometimes) Eve to take you in a wave of likes. enjoy with soap. Is your hesitation because you think, now that the Season 1 finale is ahead of us – it airs on Tuesdays at 10 p.m. – that you’re too far away? You are not. Let me catch you really fast.

In the ’90s, Nasty Bitches was one of the hottest acts on MTV. The group consists of Professor Sex (real name: Brianna; played by Eve), Xplicit Lyrics (real name: Naomi; played by Brandy), Da Thrill (real name: Jill; played by Naughton), and Butter Pecan (first name) real: Valeria; played by Velazquez), and they are managed by E-Roc (real name: Eric; played by Taylor Selé).

But the group fight and a series of personal yōkai led to Bitches’ breakup, and the women didn’t really talk to each other until an up-and-coming artist named Lil Muffin (name real: Lauren; played) by Pepi Sonuga) tried out one of their old hits in her new song.

Excited by the new song’s popularity, Nasty Bitches reunited – but the intervening years didn’t alleviate any animosity, problems or interpersonal relationships. In addition, all the dramas from their lives outside of the music industry were added to the mix: drug addiction, homosexuality removedfailed relationships, cheating husbands in need of brain surgery, long-lost birth mothers who appeared and seemed like the best thing ever but then turned out to be bad old people… you know, the normal thing, things happened- mills, accumulated personal belongings of women in their 20s in the north.

queen-why-you-should-watch-season-1-finale-abc-spiritsBut. BUT! Where the show could have run all the year-end seasons Melrose Place or Melrose Where the Resurrection: Somehow Less Melrosierwith squabbles and brawls and simply means people are simply mean to each other, Queens Try to strike an interesting balance between the barbed stabs and the warmth of buttered toast. The members of the group, along with Eric and Lauren, are truly a family. So when a character accidentally tore off the jewel-encrusted unicorn horn she had her forehead surgery, her friends were there for her! When another character is shot for a distinctive The character’s crazy ex-husband has Big Emotions and chooses violence, her friends were there for her!

[Psst: If you’re someone who already watches/loves Queens, here’s a little finale scoop from Brandy. (And thanks for reading down this far!) You know that Eric/Naomi proposal that ABC teased hard in the promo for the episode? “You might have to wait and see what she’s thinking about that,” she says, chuckling warily. “I don’t know, that might be pushing Naomi a little too [much]. You have to carry her a little slowly, don’t take her too fast. “Speculation in the comments!]

Summary: Queens is fun and good! Clap music! The general feeling is support-great-girls, and who couldn’t use a little more of that – conveyed through the rap battle like a dose of caffeine to your soul – in their lives. ?!

What do you think about ABC’s Queens? Hit the comments and let us know!

https://tvline.com/2022/02/14/queens-why-you-should-watch-brandy-eve-abc-tv-series/ ‘Queens’: Why You Should Watch ABC’s Hip-Hop Drama – Part 1

Aila Slisco

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