Watch Harlem’s Across 110th Street During Brown Sugar’s ”Fighting The Good Fight” Collection

July 2, 2020

Brown Sugar, the popular subscription streaming service from Bounce, has a hot line-up this July.

This month’s curated collection is themed for strong-willed men and women striving to make the world a better place. The “Fighting the Good Fight” collection includes: Billy Dee Williams and D’Urville Martin take a stance against racism in The Final Comedown; American martial artist Ron van Clief’s screen debut in The Black Dragon; Jeannie Bell’s dramatic journey to Hong Kong to rescue her missing brother in TNT Jackson, and more.

Also in July, Brown Sugar adds The Things We Do For Love, the popular series starring Alfonso Ribeiro and Tamera Mowry-Hall as a happily married Miami couple whose lives are turned upside down when Darren’s father (James Avery) and Lourdes’ mother (María Conchita Alonso) both move in.

Fan favorites returning to Brown Sugar this month include: Across 110th Street, the classic story of a black police officer (Yaphet Kotto) and a prejudiced Italian-American cop (Anthony Quinn) who join forces to solve a murder in Harlem; Jason’s Lyric starring Jada Pinkett Smith and featuring Bokeem Woodbine and Allen Payne as brothers taking substantially different paths; Frankie and Alice, the psychological thriller inspired by a true story with Halle Berry as a stripper suffering from multiple personality disorder; Hill Harper going up against Wayne Brady to protect his family at all costs in 1982; Shaquille O’Neal Presents: All Star Comedy Jam – Live from Las Vegas with a hilarious lineup including Lil’ Rel, Henry Welch, Deon Cole and DeRay Davis, and more.

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