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It is based on the 1955 murder of Emmett Till and his mother Mamie Till-Mobley, who later became an activist, starting the civil rights movement. On top of that, ABC provided a teaser video and behind-the-scenes look.

“Today marks the 65th anniversary of the horrific murder of Emmett Till. Grandma Till-Mobley’s dogged quest for justice will be showcased in this limited series. According to Karey Burke, President of ABC Entertainment. “Their story drives a movement that paved the way for today’s racial rights movement. We’re thrilled to tell their story on ABC with an all-star production team.

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Will ‘Women of the Movement’ have a season 2?

Although ABC hasn’t officially renewed Season 2 of Women of the Movement, it is possible. It’s an anthology series, and there’s more to the civil rights movement. ABC will use the ratings, like any other network television series, to help decide the fate of the limited series. Women of the Movement fans should tell their friends and family about the show.

Women of the Movement will air on ABC on January 6, 13 and 20. That night, the historic 6-part limited series will premiere on Hulu. Let the World See, a historical drama companion series, also launched on ABC News.

Who are the women of the movement?

Emmett Till: The Murder That Shocked the World and Propelled the Civil Rights Movement is based on the book by Devery S. Anderson. Till, a posthumous civil rights icon, was murdered by a white mob in 1955 in Mississippi after being falsely accused of “offending” a white lady. His murder and the subsequent acquittal of his killers (who later admitted their guilt in an interview) enraged the black community.

Till-Mobley buried her son in an open casket, allowing photographers to capture the horrific attack. She spent her life fighting for civil rights, teaching and advocating for her son’s case until his death from heart failure in 2003 at the age of 81.

The history of the women’s movement:

A parent movement says disaster has struck the country. Hear her story in the restricted series. Many of us know the tragedy of Emmett Till, a little boy who was brutally murdered in 1955 – but not because of his mother, Mamie, who pledged to make the world aware of her son’s fate.

Women Of The Movement airs Thursday at 8/7 on ABC and Hulu, based on Mamie’s life, courage and impact. We’ve seen how racism harms black women‘s health and how Grandma’s pain and issues during childbirth were ignored.

We saw how a mother’s love, advocacy and community brought Emmett home. We’ll continue to follow the story of rebel Mamie Till-Mobley and her son Emmett Till, the leader invented by Will Smith and Jay-Z. Our experience must be shared.

official trailer

The creators of the show are JAY-Z and Will Smith.

Rosanna Grace (Serendipity Group Inc.), Alex Foster, John Powers Middleton (Middleton Media Group), David Clark (Mazo Partners) and Gina Prince-Bythewood (Mazo Partners) will serve as executive producers.

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HBO has been developing an Emmett Till series since 2015. Women of the Movement with ABC grew out of that.

Who are Emmett Till and Grandma Till-mobley?

Cedric Joe, 16, will play Till, and Tony Award winner Adrienne Warren will play Mamie Till-Mobley. Till’s mother, Alma Carthan, Till’s wife, Gene Mobley, Glynn Turman (Till’s great-uncle, Moses Wright), Julia McDermott (Carolyn Bryant), Chris Coy (JW Milam) and Carter Jenkins round out the cast (Roy Bryant).

Women Of The Movement Season 2 Cast

  • Gene Mobley, Ray Fisher
  • JW Milam, Chris Coy
  • Carole BryantJulia McDermot
  • Roy Bryant, Carter Jenkins
  • Sheriff Gary Basaraba Strider, C.
  • Grandma Till-Mobley
  • Alma Carthan, Tonya Pinkins
  • Emmett Till (Cedric Joe)
  • The Mose Wright Trilogy