Eve is heading back to TV screens. This time via an exciting new pilot at ABC.
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Deadline reports that the rapper-turned-media maven has boarded ‘Queens’ – a new hourlong music drama series.
The show centers around a group of four estranged and out-of-touch women in their 40s.
Eve leads in the role of Brianna.
Back in the 90s, she and the ladies were members of the legendary Hip-Hop group, the Nasty Bitches. And Briana’s alias was Professor Sex; a name she lived up to on wax, spitting raunchy bars about money, sex, and her fly lifestyle.
Fast forward to the present and her current reality is all sorts of different. She’s a married mom of five and her life (which she loves) is more sweatsuits and what’s for dinner than the glitz and glamor of her musical heyday.
However, an opportunity arises for the group to reunite and Brianna – together with her former besties – has the chance to step back into the spotlight. Viewers will see the journey unfold from there.
The series, which will see GRAMMY winner Eve record and perform songs as her character, is helmed by Zahir McGhee, Sabrina Wind, and ABC Signature.
‘Queens’ marks a return to scripted TV for the star, who top-billed a self-titled UPN sitcom (‘Eve’) from 2003 to 2006.