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TORONTO, Jan. 28 /CNW/ - Gossip, advice and deep conditioning? Hair care has never been more entertaining.... 'da Kink in my Hair is back for another star-studded season on Global.
Beginning on Thursday, February 12 - 9:30pm ET/PT, the 2008 Gemini award-winning series returns with 13 half-hour episodes.
"'da Kink in my Hair is a true gem amongst our line-up of Original Programming," said Christine Shipton, SVP of Drama and Factual Content, Canwest Broadcasting. "With its authentic humour and talented cast, this series has struck a chord with our audiences and we're excited to offer up a second helping of Canada's favourite home-grown comedy."
The story continues as new and old characters congregate at Letty's salon, to share laughs and joys, exchange dreams while washing away their worries. This season, Novelette (Ordena Stephens-Thompson) tries to untangle the webs in her personal life while taking care of her family and running her busy salon. After a stint at a competing shop, her sister Joy (Trey Anthony) returns and tries to find her own place within the salon while Starr (Ngozi Paul) continues to surprise her co-workers with her naivety and goody two-shoes attitude. There is also a new man in town, Malik (Eli Goree), the sexy and rugged grandson of Letty's mentor, Pops (Ardon Bess). Now a year older, Letty's son Dre (introducing Daniel J. Gordon, "Nurse Fighter Boy") has new friends, loves and more growing pains.
Featuring special guest appearances from notable talent including award-winning actress Vivica A. Fox, WWE alumnus Trish Stratus, comedians Shaun Majumder and Jessica Holmes, soulful songstress Kreesha Turner and Juno-nominee, Divine Brown.
'da Kink in my Hair is a Barna-Alper, trey anthony, Ngozika, Defiant Entertainment production and is executive produced by trey anthony, Ngozi Paul, Laszlo Barna, Damion Nurse and Shernold Edwards. Karen King-Chigbo is Production Executive and Christine Shipton is Senior Vice President, Drama and Factual Content for Canwest Broadcasting. Based on the original play 'da Kink in my Hair by trey anthony.
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