It’s been a long time coming. The chickens have finally come home to roost, and the powers that be in Hollywood no longer have anywhere to hide. As victims of abuse come out of the darkness, and perpetrators are being called by name, it looks like Hollywood’s toxic climate is changing for good. The secret’s out, and Time’s Up.
For the last two seasons, Issa Rae has done an incredible job of portraying the semi-bougie, Black millennial experience. From brunches to bedrooms, Insecure is a must watch because it’s so relatable, and so on point. Season 1 was definitely full of gems, but this season, there were a couple of things that I think we should all take note of.