WE tv orders up “Money. Power. Respect.”

The Monami Entertainment- and Eastern TV-made docureality series features the hip-hop music industry as experienced by six successful New York-based female entertainment attorneys.
September 14, 2016

WE tv has greenlit a docureality series about successful New York-based female entertainment attorneys.

Produced by Monami Entertainment and Eastern TV, Money. Power. Respect. (six x 60 minutes) will shadow six high-powered professional women as they help one another – and sometimes throw each other under the bus – in their efforts to get ahead, while also dealing with failed partnerships, cheating boyfriends and stolen clients.

Viewers will be provided with an intimate look into the cutthroat world of the hip-hop music industry as the six women look to unearth the genre’s next up-and-coming artist, while negotiating lucrative deals for their clients and themselves.

Featured in the series are entertainment lawyer Wendy Credle, intellectual property attorney Kendell Kelly, trial attorney Dana Whitfield, general counsel attorney Kelly Shapiro, fashion attorney Nakia Thomas, and entertainment attorney Tiffany Ballard.

Monami’s Mona Scott-Young¬†serves as executive producer, alongside Eastern TV’s Toby Barraud, Stefan Springman, Mala Chapple, Carmen Mitcho and Jacob Huddleston; and WE tv’s Lauren P. Gellert and Lauren Lazin. Rhonda Cowan is co-executive producer.

Money. Power. Respect. premieres across on WE tv on Oct. 3 at 10 p.m. ET/ PT.


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