All Episodes TOP April 5th, only on Disney+
BURBANK, Calif. (April 4, 2023) This evening, the stars and creative team of the upcoming Disney+ original series “Chorusover” celebrated the series premiere with an orange carpet at the historic Hollywood Athletic Club in Los Angeles. “Chorusover,” based on the best-selling novel by Kwame Alexander, produced by Disney Television Brands and 20 Television, will debut with all episodes on Disney+ on April 5.
The series stars Jalyn Hall, Amir O’Neil, Derek Luke, Sabrina Revelle, Deja Monique, Trevor Bush, and Skyla I’Lece walked the orange carpet along with co-showrunners and executive producers Kwame Alexander, Damani Johnson, and Kimberly A. Harrison.
In addition to Alexander, Johnson and Harrison, The SpringHill Company’s LeBron James, Maverick Carter, Jamal Henderson and Lezlie Wills serve as executive producers along with George Tillman Jr., Bob Teitel, Robert Prinz and Jay Mark Street of Public Pictures, Daveed Diggs; Todd Harthan and Erin O’Malley.
About “The Cross”
The crossover, based on the novel Kwame by Alexander Kwame, follows twin high school basketball phenoms Jordan “JB” and Josh “Spurs” Bell as they struggle growing up, growing up, and finding themselves on and off the court.
Dirt is a laser-focused athlete, determined to be the next Lebron James. He dutifully followed his brother and best friend JB, always together with advice. But when new girl Alexis comes to town and JB’s interest in basketball begins to wane, tension begins to erupt between the brothers – threatening to break the bond of their lives.
Of course, juggling school, friends, romance, and basketball is not easy with mom, the academically gifted Dr. Crystal Bell is the principal, and the father of a former NBA player, Chuck, is the team’s coach. They only want what’s best for the children, and Chuck’s rules of basketball life have been the “rules of life” that have guided them since they were young. But when Chuck’s health begins to decline, the family’s foundation begins to crumble – forcing everyone to step up, be selfless, and find faith in each other.
With the help of their wise and loyal friends Maya and Vondie, plus guidance and wisdom from their parents and teachers, Dirt and JB learn that in the game of life, basketball isn’t everything…but family is always connected by the net.
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Disney Branded Television includes the creative storytellers and production and content marketing teams responsible for Disney-branded television series, films and other live-action, animated and non-scripted programming. A group of Disney+ streaming platforms and Disney Channel, Disney XD and Disney Junior networks with linear content designed for kids, teens, teens and families, with imaginative stories, aspirations and reflections of their world and experiences. Recent projects include “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series,” “Monsters at Work,” “The Mysterious Society of the Blessed” and “Spidey’s Husband and His Amazing Friends.” Disney Branded Television has created a number of iconic and award-winning franchises, including Peabody Award winners “Doc McStuffins” and “House of the Owl”; Emmy Award winners “Big City Greens” and “Elena of Avalor”; the beloved “Mickey Mouse” short cartoons plus the Disney Channel Original Movie (DCOM) franchise, comprising more than 100 titles.
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One of Disney’s Television Studios, the 20-year-old television franchise has a prolific slate of entertainment programming, including Hulu’s most-watched comedies Just Murder in the Building by Dan Fogelman, John Hoffman and Steve Martin, WHEN I MET YOUR FATHER by Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger, and critically acclaimed dramas THE DROPOUT from Liz Meriwether, and DOPESICK from Danny Strong and starring Michael Keaton; ABC’s hit new comedy ABBOTT’S ELEMENTARY from Quinta Brunson, and THE WONDERFUL YEAR from Saladin Patterson and Lee Daniels; FX’s latest hit THE OLD MAN starring Jon Steinberg and Jeff Bridges and its blockbuster series AMERICAN HORROR HISTORY from Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk; NBC’s top series HERE IS US by Dan Fogelman; The Fox 1 drama, 9-1-1 and its spinoff 9-1-1: LONE STAR starring Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Tim Minear, among dozens of others. 20 television shows have amassed a collective 1867 Emmy nominations and 214 Emmy wins, as well as multiple Golden Globes, Humanities Awards and Peabody Awards. Series studies from his 70-year library include such classics as BATMAN, FAMILY LATE, M*A*S*H, GLEE, HOW DID YOU MOTHER, BONES, EMPIRE, THE NEW SHIPS, 231, THE VAMPIRE KILLERS, JOB OF THE NEW MARY AND X- SON