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Dozens of people showed up Sunday morning in Houston for the premiere of the new CW 39 docudrama called Co-Parenting with the Spurlings.
The show made its big debut on Houston television and the producers are hoping to expand it to other channels around the country.
The television show takes an indepth look at the relationship between Houston attorney Dennis Spurling and his ex-wife Stephanie and how the couple continue to raise their two boys together despite divorce.
Spurling says, “I really want to highlight and show off the city of Houston in the show.”
The television show is written and directed by Houstonian Oscar Carrillo while Alexis Robbie and Dennis Spurling serve as executive producers on the project.
The big launch for the show was held at King’s Court in downtown Houston where there was no shortage of people to see the first episode of the Spurlings.
Here are some of the pictures I snapped including emcee Carmen Contreras and legendary rapper Willie D of the Geto Boys.
CPS airs Sunday mornings at 10 am on CW 39!
It was an event that attracted people to the table to address the growing divide between the African American community and police around the country.
The big disconnect appears to be trust and that’s exactly what Houstonians focused on for the big charity basketball game that simply expressed unity in our community.
Houston rappers and entertainers faced off against police officers in the sporting event that was designed to bring both sides to the table to show there is room for dialogue despite high profile clashes between the police and communities around the country.
Some of the people participating in the United We Stand game Sunday afternoon in Houston were Propain, DJ XO, Kirko Bangs, and many more.
The teams were sponsored by nightclub V-Live Houston and Straight Lace Entertainment.
By the way, Straight Lace Entertainment’s team won the basketball game.
The event was organized by Latasha Eleby of Houston and sponsored by Double Dose Entertainment!
Publicist: Rebecca Briscoe