From Sway Magazine:
- Veteran actor Richard Yearwood makes smooth transition into directing/producing
“The character of N’udu positively subverts the stereotype of the aggressive and dangerous African spy,” he says. “I’m excited, as I’ve been working to ensure that we see various sides and layers to N’udu as the season progresses.” That progression includes reflection of the immigrant experience in trying to assimilate while holding onto one’s roots. “Our audience now knows the respective characters, and now we can get into how they interact with one another. I think that people will be happily surprised by N’udu’s character and with how the second season turns out.” Read more.
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