Darrin Henson of Carl Weber’s “The Family Business” interview with WorldWide Entertainment TV is now streaming on Apple Podcasts and all major streaming outlets.
The series is one of BET’s more popular television shows. It is based on the book from Weber and it launched in 2018. Deadline reported, BET+ did confirm that the series was renewed for Season 3 late last year. Deadline also noted that development on the upcoming season was slated to begin in January 2021. However, there hasn’t been any other word yet on the progress of production or shooting for the series.
The series centers on the Duncan family, who appear to the public as normal but very well-off thanks to their exotic car dealership Duncan Motors. Yet this is just a front, as the family has plenty of secrets and dealings in the criminal underworld. At the head of this is family patriarch L.C. Duncan (Ernie Hudson), who initially has his eyes on passing on leadership to someone else, as he wants to enjoy the rest of his life with his wife Charlotte (Valarie Pettiford) and their grandchildren. Of course, Duncan’s plan doesn’t exactly go off without a hitch, and the family finds itself often dealing with drug dealers, crooked politicians, and the Mafia.
WorldWide Entertainment TV got to speak with one of the actors from the series in Darrin Henson mere hours before the series premiered on television in 2018. Darrin Dewitt Henson first came to fame for his role as Lem Van Adams on the hit Showtime series Soul Food. His success would continue on other programs such as The Salon opposite Vivica Fox, Stomp the Yard, a Sony Screen Gems Film and Life Support with Queen Latifah.
Henson is also known for working with some of the top artists in music helping them through dance as a choreographer. The names he has worked with include Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears and ‘N Sync, Henson got his start with the late legendary Hip-Hop DJ, Scott La Rock of Boogie Down Productions at age 14, when he joined La Rock’s Vermont school tour.
Darrin’s most recognizable dance routine by far is ‘N Sync’s Bye, Bye, Bye. His video, Darrin’s Dance Grooves, has also proven successful with over three million copies sold. In his interview with WWETV, Henson also speaks about his motivational book to help the betterment of lives he has inspired. Check out the interview below.
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