Netflix forged younger Colin Kaepernick in a restricted collection in regards to the NFL star’s previous


Netflix is ​​quickly becoming Jaden Michael’s home field. The actor who recently appeared in the Lorne Michaels comedy Vampires vs. the Bronx fought the undead was won for Colin Kaepernick in the upcoming limited series of streamer about the education of athletes and activists.

Colin in Black & White is a six episode drama that “offers an introspective look at Kaepernick’s adolescence as a black teen growing up with an adoptive white family. It will follow his journey of becoming a great quarterback as he defines his identity and gives meaningful insight into the actions and experiences that led him to become the activist he is today. “Kaepernick will tell the series as who he is today.

Michael Starrbury (When They See Us) writes and acts as the showrunner and produces alongside Kaepernick and Ava DuVernay as executive producer.

“Too often we see racial and black stories portrayed through a white lens,” said Kaepernick when the Bio series was first announced in June. “We try to give a new perspective to the different realities blacks face. We investigate the racial conflicts I faced as an adopted black man in a white community during my school days. It is an honor to work with Ava to bring these stories to life for the world to see. “

Michael doesn’t just play in Vampires vs. the Bronx, but also in shows like Blue Bloods, Gotham and Dora the Explorer.

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