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Three Unscripted Series, Including Car Show From Swizz Beatz, Ordered by Disney’s Onyx Collective

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Selome Hailu At its first ever Television Critics Association press tour presentation, Disney’s Onyx Collective announced three new series orders: true crime docuseries “Ring of Fire: The Life of Annie Mae Aquash” (working title) directed by Yvonne Russo, an untitled project about car culture hosted by Swizz Beatz and “Searching for Soul Food” hosted by chef Alisa Reynolds and executive produced by Melina Matsoukas.Onyx Collective also set an Oct.

22 premiere date for Oprah Winfrey, Tracee Ellis Ross and Michaela Angela Davis’ docuseries “The Hair Tales” and debuted a trailer for Raamla Mohamed’s legal drama “Reasonable Doubt.” Additionally, an extension was announced of Yara Shahidi and her production company 7th Sun’s overall deal with Onyx Collective and ABC Signature. “Ring of Fire: The Life of Annie Mae Aquash” examines the life and murder of Annie Mae Aquash.

A Mi’kmaq woman from Nova Scotia, Canada, Annie Mae was a mother, teacher and revolutionary who fought for Indigenous rights and whose death in the 1970s went unsolved for almost 30 years.

Led by Annie Mae’s daughter, the quest for answers contextualizes Annie Mae’s case within the current day epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.

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