Jharrel Jerome Is Larger Than Life In ‘I’m A Virgo’ Series Teaser

“I’m a Virgo” is an upcoming genre-defying series that has been making waves since it was first announced in late 2020. The show is created and will be directed by Terence Nance, who is known for his work on HBO’s “Random Acts of Flyness” and the indie hit “An Oversimplification of Her Beauty.”

The series is set to star Jharrel Jerome, who first garnered widespread attention for his work in Ava DuVernay’s acclaimed series about the Central Park Five, “When They See Us.” Jerome won both an Emmy and a Critics’ Choice Award for his outstanding performance in the series.

While little about the plot of “I’m a Virgo” is known, it is set to be a stream-of-consciousness exploration of identity, self-expression, and the fluidity of time. The show will blend elements of comedy, drama, and science fiction in a way that is sure to be innovative and boundary-pushing.

Jerome’s casting is sure to be a major draw for “I’m a Virgo”. With his incredible range and powerful on-screen presence, the actor has quickly become one of the most in-demand talents in Hollywood. He has already worked with some of the biggest names in the industry, including Barry Jenkins and Steven Soderbergh, and shows no signs of slowing down.

Beyond Jerome, “I’m a Virgo” is also set to feature a talented ensemble cast that includes Eboni Booth, Anna Maria Horsford, and Tracy Bonner. With such a talented cast and creative team involved, expectations are high for the series’ debut.

“I’m a Virgo” is set to premiere on HBO Max in the near future. While we wait for the series to arrive, audiences can look forward to seeing more of Jerome’s incredible talent in his upcoming projects, including the highly-anticipated film, “Concrete Cowboy.”

In sum, “I’m a Virgo” promises to be a thought-provoking and genre-defying series that is sure to make a major impact when it debuts. With its talented cast and creative team, the show is poised to be one of the most exciting new releases in 2021.

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