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Earlier this month I told you about a new web series that was in the works called The Unwritten Rules by industry vet Kim Williams. Well, it’s here and from the looks of things, it’ll be hilarious.

In case you missed it, The Unwritten Rules is about “the comedic realities of being an African-American in a predominantly white workplace. Like the novel, the series delves into the main character, Racey Jones’ head to uncover real situations, truthful thoughts, honest reactions, and hilarious moments that African-Americans experience in the workplace.”

The Unwritten Rules stars Aasha Davis of Pariah and Friday Night Lights and ANTM winner Nicole Fox.

Check out the first preview episode of The Unwritten Rules and let us know what you think!

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  • Ms Quita

    It wasn’t funny but I wish them well.

  • Rick

    I ‘got it’ but something is missing. I am black and male, working with mostly non-black persons in the states, where racism isn’t THAT obvious. Producing a web series(5min episodes) that attempts to reflect the dynamics of our working together is quite the task. But I digress, back to what’s missing.
    First, I would ask, what is the author’s definition of work itself? Second, racism in the work place splinters Labor, it always has. The only way to prove that it hasn’t is to bring something else to the table that is already ‘broken’, which is groundless and leads to even further breaking. Meaning, there can’t be much ambiguity when overall generating media that deals directly w/ the issue of racism.
    It has been shown that in order for humanity to survive we must come together, it has to happen…it’s not my opinion, really. This is why it is understood that racism doesn’t work, never has(i.e. in all of human history). So, if this media can reflect this then…the sky is the limit.

  • Royalty Kiera

    I really enjoyed it. I am a big fan of Aasha Davis and I believe this was amazing! I hope the rest are great but I am positive that they will be.

  • I wanted to like it, but Awkward Black Girl is better.

    And the concerns of it being too paranoid are valid!