It was clear from the first episode that “Sweet Life: Los Angeles” would be unique among reality shows. It’s not on any other show that the stars do trap yoga on the first day of filming. How else can you get a glimpse of Los Angeles’ thriving Black community than on this show?
A new HBO Max series starring Issa Rae and her creative team has been released, and you should definitely check it out if you haven’t already. According to Rae, the issue was brought to the attention of her team and they had a discussion about it. Being a fan of reality television, I immediately got the itch to do something similar. Two of my favorite shows are “The Hills” and “Baldwin Hills,” and I’d love to create my own spin-off of the two.
The film I’d like to make is a ‘Baldwin Hills’ sequel, but it will be set in South Los Angeles and feature an older cast of characters. With Rae as an executive producer and co-creator of the show, it was possible to bring the concept to life. In the series “Sweet Life: Los Angeles,” a group of affluent Black twentysomethings navigates their way through Los Angeles on Decider. In the first episode, there isn’t much drama, but as the season goes on, it becomes more prominent.
Are there any surprises in store for the second season?