Is “Women of the Movement” Season 2 Got Renewal From ABC?

Women of the Movement is an anthology series based on the 1955 murder of Emmett Till and his mother Mamie Till-Mobley, who later became an activist, starting the civil rights movement. On top of that, ABC provided a teaser video and a behind-the-scenes look.

“Today marks the 65th anniversary of Emmett Till’s horrible murder. Mamie Till- Mobley’s tenacious pursuit of justice will be shown in this limited series. According to ABC Entertainment President Karey Burke.“Their storey enlivens a movement that set the path for today’s racial rights movement. We are pleased to tell their storey on ABC with an all-star production crew.”

If you’re interested in Women of the Movement Season 2, here’s everything you need to know. When does Women of the Movement’s upcoming season premiere? Has the TV programme Women of the Movement been cancelled or is it still airing?

Will ‘Women of the Movement’ get a Season 2?

It’s an anthology series, and there’s more to tell about the civil rights movement. According to Deadline, ABC has no plans to renew this civil rights anthology drama series for a second season.

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ABC will use the ratings, just like any other network TV series, to help decide the destiny of the limited series. Women of the Movement fans should tell their friends and family about the show.

Women of The Movement Season 2: Cast

  • Gene Mobley portrayed by Ray Fisher
  • Chris Coy stars as J. W. Milam
  • Carolyn Bryant portrayed by Julia McDermott
  • Carter Jenkins portraying Roy Bryant

Women of the Movement Season 2

  • Mamie Till-Mobley, portrayed by Adrienne Warren
  • Tonya Pinkins as Alma Carthan
  • Emmett Till portrayed by Cedric Joe
  • Glynn Turman portrayed Mose Wright

Women of the Movement: Storyline

A mother movement claims a disaster hit the country. Listen to her storey in the restricted series. Many of us know the tragedy of Emmett Till, a little boy who was brutally murdered in 1955 – but not because of his mother, Mamie, who pledged to make the world aware of her son’s fate.

Women of the Movement Season 2

Women Of The Movement premieres Thursday at 8/7c on ABC and Hulu, based on Mamie’s life, courage, and impact. We watched how racism damages Black women’s health and how Mamie’s pain and problems during childbirth were ignored.

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We saw how a mother’s love, advocacy, and community brought Emmett home. We will continue to follow the storey of rebel Mamie Till-Mobley and her son Emmett Till, the leader invented by Will Smith and Jay-Z. Our experience should be shared.

Women of The Movement Season 2: Trailer

As we know there is no official announcement on Women of the Movement Season 2. So there is no trailer yet. You can watch the trailer for Women of the Movement season 1 below.

Ratings for “Women of The Movement”

The inaugural season of Women of the Movement, which aired over three Thursday nights in January, had an average of 3.05 million viewers and a 0.43 rating in the 18-49 demographic (including DVR playback through 3:00 AM). The show performs around averagely when compared to the other scripted series on ABC this season. The programme averaged a 0.60 demo and 3.75 million viewers in live+7 day ratings.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who Are Emmett Till and Mamie Till-Mobley?

Cedric Joe, 16, will play Till, and Adrienne Warren, a Tony Award winner, will play Mamie Till-Mobley. Till’s mother, Alma Carthan, Till’s spouse, Gene Mobley, Glynn Turman (Till’s great-uncle Moses Wright), Julia McDermott (Carolyn Bryant), Chris Coy (J.W. Milam), and Carter Jenkins round out the cast (Roy Bryant).

What Happened to Sheriff Clarence Strider in Women of the Movement?

Strider enjoyed hunting, much like Sheriff Smith. Strider passed away from a heart attack on December 27, 1970, while deer hunting in Issaquena County. His body was soon found by others.

Where Can We Watch Women of the Movement?

Currently streaming on Netflix is the drama series Women of the Movement starring Adrienne Warren, Tonya Pinkins, and Cedric Joe. Watch it on your Roku device through Prime Video, VUDU, Hulu, Spectrum TV, Vudu Movie & TV Store, Apple TV, or ABC.


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