That’s So Raven star Kyle Massey is back with a new comedic sitcom, Millennials, and is joined by a talented and hilarious cast as well. The show follows the journey of a group of friends as they navigate their lives, while living in the City of Angels.
“I think that Millennials is a funny a** show,” said Massey. “Everyone has a great role in the show and we do a great job of separating the roles and not letting them overlap, unless it’s a hilarious moment.”
Millennials also stars “King” Keraun Harris, (That White People Sh*t), Phillip Bolden (Are We There Yet?), Aaron Grady (The Big House) and Teresa Celeste (Wild N’ Out). Harris plays a personal trainer, Jaheem. Bolden plays a YouTuber, Travis. Grady plays a college dropout, Todd, while Celeste plays Mercedes, a waitress. The characters fully display their multi-layered personalities in humorous fashion, while working together to create their own terms on how to live their best lives.
“As millennials we are showing that we’re living in a new world,” said Grady. “You can literally do whatever you want to do. It’s already in you, but it is up to you to get it out of you.
The series debuts as one of many original programs, leading the rebrand of AMC’s streaming service, ALLBLK. Millennials is created by father and son duo, Rug (In The Heat of the Night) and Oren Williams (Rebound), while Bentley Kyle Evans (Martin, The Jamie Foxx Show) serves as the show’s executive producer.