The Choir (web series)

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The Choir is an American dramedy web series created by Issa Rae for the "faith and family focussed" YouTube channel "Alright TV".wikipedia
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The Choir is an American dramedy web series created by Issa Rae for the "faith and family focussed" YouTube channel "Alright TV".
Rae's other shows—Ratchet Piece Theater, The "F" Word, Roomieloverfriends, and The Choir, among others—also focus on African-American experiences that are often not portrayed in the mainstream media.

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She also played in recurring and lead roles in various television series, among them The Young and the Restless, Unicorn Plan-It, Vegas (three episodes in 2013) and Issa Rae's The Choir (8 episodes in 2013).

Any Time, Any Place

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In the first episode, the choir performs a gospel version of Janet Jackson's "Any Time, Any Place"; Jessie, the young lead singer, decides to "sex up" the performance, to the consternation of some of the congregation, other choir members, and the pastor.
A gospel version of the song was featured in the pilot episode of Issa Rae's dramedy web series The Choir.

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The Choir is an American dramedy web series created by Issa Rae for the "faith and family focussed" YouTube channel "Alright TV".

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The Choir is an American dramedy web series created by Issa Rae for the "faith and family focussed" YouTube channel "Alright TV".

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The series, which premiered on YouTube on August 29, 2013, is "a comedic series about the personal, spiritual and often controversial dynamics of a revered church choir".

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Evette Dione, writing for Bustle, counted The Choir among the "5 Best Web Series for People of Color" in December 2013.

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In the first episode, the choir performs a gospel version of Janet Jackson's "Any Time, Any Place"; Jessie, the young lead singer, decides to "sex up" the performance, to the consternation of some of the congregation, other choir members, and the pastor.