TV One’s ‘In Broad Daylight’ Cast Open Up On Their Roles

TV One is bringing true crime films all month long as part of their month-long slate of Love, Lie & Murder movie showings, every Sunday night in July.

The film stars and is executive produced by rapper Shad “Bow Wow” Moss, alongside Chyna Layne (She’s Gotta Have It – Series) and Curtis Hamilton (Surviving Compton: Dre, Suge & Michel’le).

Based out of Louisiana, a young mother, Jordan Boudreaux (Lane), gets abducted by her obsessed and estranged boyfriend Steve (Hamilton). Jordan’s family assembles the community while her closest cousin, Malik (Moss), makes it his personal mission to find and bring her home safely. The family, community, and police gather together to find Jordan before it’s too late.

 “The thing that attracted me when I read this story is how strong and powerful Jordan is. She does not give up, she fights for her son, she fights for her life. One of the things that touched me about Jordan was how brave she was. Even when it was tough, even when she felt like she might be close to her last breath, she never stopped praying because she never stopped thinking about her child.” said Layne when describing what drew her to this role.

The film is directed by Keen Michael and will also be executive produced by Sergio Alfaro, and Michaline Babich.

“It’s very suspenseful, a lot of the stuff that happens. You don’t where the twists and turns could be. There are laughs in it—there is comedy. I think you’re going to get a roundabout of suspense and comedy and just a great story overall,” said Hamilton on what viewers can expect when watching this film.

Catch a sneak peek at the film below.

 

IN BROAD DAYLIGHT premieres on Sunday, July 14 at 8 p.m. ET/7C, followed by an encore presentation at 10 p.m.

And be sure to check out TV One this month for a new tale of love, lies, and murder every Sunday night. 

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