Behind the scenes of Insecure: Comedian and talk show host Larry Wilmore serves as a consultant for the show. Singer and actress Solange Knowles is the show's music consultant. Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Raphael Saadiq does the musical score for the show. Their contributions are seen during the end credits of every episode. See more »
Blunt, brash, outspoken, and a take on race, class, gender, and culture all while having experiences of life and relationships!
HBO's new series "Insecure" is funny and the script has a sharp tone and it's mouth is witty and brash and all of this comes out just fine from Issa Rae(a "You Tube" and web star)who makes this series work just fine. It involves the life and times of one Issa Dee as a modern black woman in California who's a school teacher and she's just trying to figure it all out with the world of life, love, and relationship. All while this is going on Issa sees how her world and others is always connected with race, gender, and culture, and the experiences are almost always racy and very blunt. Aside from Issa being a sexy colored bra wearing black female she's brash and to bold with her outspoken mouth, yet her best friend the elegant and upscale Molly(Yvonne Orji)tries to keep her on the straight and narrow road of life. Overall this series may not be everyone's cup of tea, as it's a brash, blunt, racy take on the life of a single black lady still it entertains in a fun and modern outspoken sexy way that will win with many viewers.
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