‘A House Divided’ Season 4 – Official Trailer – An ALLBLK Original Series
Season four of the scandalous nighttime soap opera following the wealthy and prominent Sanders family, premieres Thursday, January 13.
Series favorites LisaRaye McCoy, Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, Demetria McKinney, Terrell Carter, and more return
New York, NY (December 17, 2021) – ALLBLK, the popular streaming service for Black TV and film from AMC Networks, announced today the return of their longest running series, A House Divided. Season 4 of the scandalous nighttime soap opera following the wealthy and prominent Sanders family, premieres Thursday, January 13, 2022.
The saga continues as truths are revealed, lies are told and the family further unravels this season. Carissa (Demetria McKinney, Motherland: Fort Salem) struggles with learning to trust again, while battling her biggest adversary, Alexis (LisaRaye McCoy, The Family Business). Cameron Sr. (Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, The Jacksons: An American Dream) navigates an international extortion plot while trying to maintain his freedom… to no avail. Meanwhile, Jupiter (Taja V. Simpson, The Oval) uses her wits and sex appeal to outsmart just about everyone, as Auntie Mae (Deborah Lacey, Straight Outta Compton) and Cam Jr. (Brad James, Outer Banks) make moves to exert their power.
Additional cast includes Paula Jai Parker (Queen Sugar), Parker McKenna Posey (Games People Play), and Terrell Carter (FOX’s EMPIRE).
A House Divided is executive produced by Dan Garcia and New Kingdom Pictures, alongside ALLBLK executives Brett Dismuke and Nikki Love.
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