Starring newcomer DeWanda Wise as the sassy Nola Darling, the rebooted She's Gotta Have It is set in the Brooklyn neighbourhood of Fort Greene, a community bursting with creativity but also under threat of losing its identity thanks to ongoing gentrification. Check out the official first trailer above, and for a lengthier look at the personalities of each character, watch a sneak peek collection of short scenes from the series here. Lee executive-produces and directs all 10 episodes, going all-in for his first episodic venture. For those of you unfamiliar with the storyline, Nola is juggling three different relationships with three completely different men who all have something to offer.
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The trailer features a glimpse of Spike as the original Mars Blackmon before introducing his new Nola Darling and her three lovers. It also stars Chyna Layne, Elise Hudson, Joie Lee, Sydney Morton, and Elvis Nolasco.
She's Gotta Have It premieres on Thanksgiving Day, and is directed entirely by Spike Lee.