In episode 10 of season 2, writer A. Zell Williams joined the Unofficial Official Story team to answer the question: Is rapper Cardi B an industry plant? In this episode, we try to figure out what exactly an industry plant is, whether it’s a bad thing or not, and answer the most important question, would we want to be an industry plant ourselves—our answers might surprise you.
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ABOUT OUR GUEST
Zell Williams is an award-winning playwright and TV producer whose work has been developed and performed at the Public Theater in New York, InterAct Theatre in Philadelphia, and the Royal Court in London. As a TV writer, he’s worked on such shows as the Fox drama, neXt, NBC’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, BET’s American Soul, and FreeForm’s Good Trouble. He is currently a writer for season two of AMC’s critically-acclaimed Interview with a Vampire. His play, Diversity, will have its World Premier on Broadway from the producers of Hadestown and The Piano Lesson with Samuel L. Jackson. Zell is also the co-host of The Inner Cities Podcast with author and attorney, Tochi Onyebuchi, for Highway Citizen Productions.
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