|Posted by Iesha Marie on December 21, 2022 at 11:55 PM|
The fifth and final season of ALLBLK’s A House Divided, its longest-running series has been announced by the AMC Networks’ streaming service. On Jan. 12, the climax to the nightly soap opera series will begin.
Here is the official description of the upcoming final season:
This season, all bets are off as Cameron Sanders Sr. (Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, The Jacksons: An American Dream) relentlessly exacts his revenge on all who plotted against him. Brother James (Ameer Baraka, Tyler Perry’s Zatima, Bronx SIU) becomes increasingly uneasy about his role in the Sanders family crimes, and begins to violently cover his tracks. Summer (Parker McKenna Posey, Games People Play) contends with a terrible loss and boldly pushes forward to execute Alexis’ (LisaRaye McCoy, The Family Business) plans. Cam Jr. ‘s(Brad James, Outer Banks) ambition grows, as he reluctantly pulls Brittany (Dominique DuVernay, Freelancers) along with him, which eventually may become his downfall. Stephanie (Paula Jai Parker, Queen Sugar) and Auntie Mae (Deborah Lacey, Straight Outta Compton) lock in a perilous power struggle to continue to take control of the Sanders family financial empire. Torrance (Steph Santana, 7 Deadly Sins) begins to learn the true nature of his family and their dealings, which becomes too much for him to handle. He begins to see how much his family’s sins have cost him. He takes his revenge. Carissa (Demetria McKinney, Motherland: Fort Salem) grows anxious as she learns there’s a target on her back, but she decides to take control and won’t let the family destroy her. All of this and more as the ruthless drama continues. Additional cast includes Taja V. Simpson (The Oval), and Terrell Carter (FOX’s EMPIRE).
The series is executive produced by Dan Garcia and New Kingdom Pictures, alongside ALLBLK’s Brett Dismuke and Nikki Love.
Demetria McKinney, Paula Jai Parker, Brad James, Parker Mckenna Posey, LisaRaye Mccoy and Terrell Carter star.
Watch the trailer below:
Article by: Jamil David