On episode 8, in a brave move to get Nia a role on “Cocoa’s Butter,” Hattie is fired from the show; Marie holds a special birthday dinner that takes a turn when an unexpected guest arrives. ✪Share >>
7 On episode 7, in Improv class, Nia struggles with being given stereotypical black roles; angry by Ben getting the promotion over her, Marie looks for answers; Hattie attempts to make her voice heard in the writers room. >>
On episode 6, Hattie learns a lesson in balancing work and family. Meanwhile, work leads Nia to church to clean up Zac’s mess and persuade star basketball player, Quintrelle, to sign with the studio.
On episode 5, an earthquake shakes up the girls’ relationships; Marie becomes wary of Chuck when a night watching porn together goes awry; Hattie grows more fond of Ida when she’s tasked with sorting her old manuscripts.
On episode 4, time is against Hattie as she dashes through Hollywood on various assignments from Ida B while Nia struggles in an audition.
On episode 3, Hattie searches in vain for her happy place to write. Meanwhile Marie is pitted against the only other black executive at the studio. Nia questions whether she’s on the right career path.
On episode 2, Hattie navigates office politics on her first day as a writer’s PA. Meanwhile, Marie gets hassled by her gambling mother while Nia takes a chance on a date with her yoga client.
On the series premiere, aspiring screenwriter Hattie finds herself evicted, jobless, and down on her luck before she runs into the famed writer/producer Ida B. whose show Cocoa’s Butter, Hattie has shaded on social media.