An up-and-coming actor’s world comes crashing down in ALLBLK’s “Ship Assist,” however the half-hour dramedy is about to be your new favourite present. Created by “Insecure” alum Jean Elie and Mike Gauyo, “Ship Assist” follows first-generation Haitian American Hollywood star Fritz Jean-Baptiste (Elie), who thinks he is the following large factor after touchdown a job on a fictional TV present titled “This Cannot Be Us.” Nonetheless, on this unique take a look at “Ship Assist”‘s premiere episode, Fritz is in for a impolite awakening when a surprising video threatens his future.
“Did you see the video?” a reporter from The Shade Room asks Elie’s Fritz as he watches a clip of somebody saying “Chill, I’ve a Black therapist” earlier than repeating some very colourful language. After all, Fritz acts clueless, however the reporter is certain he is seen the video that would probably shut down his TV sequence. Fritz tries to get her to kill her story, however she clearly has different plans. “It is too good, child. And Black Twitter goes to eat this up.”
Appears Fritz’s “sis” will not be capable of save him from an impending scandal, however will he nonetheless discover a option to dodge this bullet? That query can solely be answered by tuning into “Ship Assist” when it premieres on Aug. 11. Elie tells POPSUGAR that “Ship Assist” is essentially impressed by his personal life story and intends to “demystify” folks’s perceptions about Hollywood.
“Ship Assist” streams new episodes on Thursdays solely on ALLBLK. Take a look at the present’s trailer forward.