The true story of the 1973 tennis match held between Billie Jean King and the ex-champ Bobbie Riggs. The match was the most watched television event of all time, beginning a global discussion of gender equality. From the quest for equal pay to the desire to relive the glory days, both contestants engaged in a cultural battle with implications far beyond the tennis court.
Amy, Carla, and Kiki continue to feel overwhelmed with responsibilities and under-appreciated by their loved ones. As a result, they have opted to rebel yet again, but then their own mothers decide to visit for the holidays!
Karla McCoy has the best possible life with a good job and her wonderful young son Frankie. One day, they are relaxing at a local park when to Karla's horror, a mysterious person kidnaps Frankie. Feeling the police are not doing enough to help, Karla goes throughout the neighborhood demanding other people aid her in bringing back her son. But in her single minded desire to save her son, she causes the deaths and injuries of others around her. Karla must decide how high a price she will pay to get her son back.
Ashley thinks that her night of babysitting will be a piece of cake. Twelve year old Luke lives with his family in the suburbs, which are usually safe, especially during the holidays. But when the home is taken over by invaders whose intent seems to be to torment the two of them, Ashley is forced to protect her young charge. She does so as best as she can until she discovers that their is a sinister reason behind why these criminals chose this house.
When a holistic medical professional, Beatriz's car breaks down, she has absolutely no idea just how intriguing her evening is about to become. An ordinary dinner party becomes so much more when the friends of Beatriz's wealthy client are forced to face real issues in the world.
Teyana Taylor, Bryshere Y. Gray, Sierra Aylina McClain
Aspiring street dancer Skyler (Teyana Taylor) is at a major crossroads in her life. She's decided to try-out for the same dance crew as her formally trained sister Tosha (Sierra McClain) in order to compete for a college scholarship, but is discouraged by her family and boyfriend who doubt that her raw, edgy talent is enough for her to win. Determined to prove them all wrong, Skyler practices nonstop in Atlanta's underground dance scene and catches the eye of Tyrell (Bryshere Y. Gray). He helps her take her sexy dance and hip-hop battle skills to the next level in order to achieve her dreams.