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Bryan Terrell Clark Join BET+’s ‘Diarra From Detroit’

EXCLUSIVE: Morris Chestnut (The Best Man: The Final Chapters), DomiNque Perry (Insecure, Rap Sh*t), Claudia Logan (Harlem), and Bryan Terrell Clark (When They See Us) have been cast opposite Diarra Kilpatrick on her upcoming BET+ series Diarra from Detroit.

Created by and starring Kilpatrick, the original dark comedy series, which is part of Kilpatrick’s recent overall deal with BET, is slated to premiere on BET+ in late 2023.

Diarra from Detroit follows Diarra Brickland (Kilpatrick) a divorcing schoolteacher who refuses to believe she’s been ghosted by her rebound Tinder date. Her search for the missing man pulls her into a decades-old mystery involving the Detroit underworld. As the case unfolds, her co-workers, friends, and lovers become unlikely allies as she falls down a dangerous rabbit hole. 

From BET Studios and Khalabo Ink Society, Diarra from Detroit is created by Kilpatrick, who executive produces alongside Kenya Barris for Khalabo Ink Society, and Miles Orion Feldsott. Erynn Sampson serves as a producer, overseeing the project for Khalabo Ink Society.

Bryan Terrell Clark made his Broadway debut in 2014, playing Marvin Gaye in Motown: The Musical and went on to portray George Washington in the original Broadway cast of Hamilton in 2015. He is known for the films Collateral Beauty, Heaven is for Real and Forget About It, and on television for his portrayal of Leo St. Clair on OWN drama series Queen Sugar, among other credits. Clark is repped by Stewart Talent and Authentic Talent & Literary.


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