She's Gotta Have It
DeWanda Wise stars in the latest episodes of the director's reboot of his own film, arriving in time for Memorial Day Weekend.
Plus, how the actress has changed after playing the bold Spike Lee character.
Netflix is dropping a ton of TV as schedules open up for summer vacation — and Emmy voters start ranking their ballots.
Former San Francisco Film Festival programmer Peter Scarlet looks back on the world premiere of Lee's legendary debut.
The future blockbuster's shooting schedule overlaps with her work on Netflix's "She's Gotta Have It."
Different than Nola Darling's fate in the 1986 film, Spike Lee's update on Netflix is empowering and surprisingly optimistic.
The director's lead character recites Lee's Oscars theory about Denzel Washington — nearly word-for-word — in the premiere episode of "She's Gotta Have It."
Spike Lee talks to IndieWire about the films he still dreams of making, the ones he's heartbroken he didn't, and screaming “Wake Up” long before Donald Trump.
Spike Lee's first foray into scripted television — an adaptation of his breakout feature film, "She's Gotta Have It" — is arresting, thoughtful television.
Lee will direct all ten episodes of the new series, debuting on Thanksgiving, November 23.
From the defining indie film of the 20th Century to the greatest movie romance of the 21st, Netflix is swinging for the fences in September.
Spike Lee is directing the entire 10-episode first season, which just got a plum awards season release date on Netflix.
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