Michael Ealy nabbed a new role to the small screen in a lead role on the upcoming 2nd season of the ABC series “Secrets & Lies.” Find out what role Michael will be playing in the anthology series and peep pics of Chanel Iman visiting some kiddies in the Ivory Coast inside….
Michael Ealy will be hitting the screen in another series, following the series finale of FOX’s “The Following,” where he played a crazed serial killer.
If you’re a fan of ABC’s crime drama series “Secrets & Lies,” we have another reason for you to love the show. The sexy actor has been tapped to star in a lead role in the upcoming 2nd season, opposite Juliette Lewis.
According to Deadline, the Think Like A Man 2 star will play an intelligent, hard working investment executive named Eric Warner who becomes the heir to his family’s private equity firm in Charlotte, NC. It appears he has the perfect life as a newlywed and is at the top of his game in his career, but things go left after his wife is murdered. Yikes!
Season 2 is expected to premiere in 2016.
Looks like Michael is getting the hang of playing the crazed, psycho role. He’s also starring in the upcoming romance thriller The Perfect Guy, starring alongside Sanaa Lathan and Morris Chestnut. It’s expected to hit theaters September 11th.
In do-gooder news….
After slaying the carpet over the weekend at the DOPE premiere during ABFF, supermodel Chanel Iman trekked it to the Ivory Coast on a philanthropic mission.
The Victoria’s Secret model paid a visit to some kiddies in support of international soccer star Salomon Kalou’s foundation.
The Kalou Foundation was started to help provide public aid to the less fortunate and provide facilities for those in need of medical care who suffer from an illness or disability.
Chanel made her rounds with her supermodel friend Heidy De la Rosa as they spent time with the children.
The DOPE star shared a cutesy video of her time with the kiddies below:
A video posted by Chanel Iman (@chaneliman) on Jun 15, 2015 at 12:12pm PDT
Regina King will be returning to the second season of ABC’s anthology series “American Crime” as a series-regular.After playing a Muslim woman in the first season, she will playing in a different role for the upcoming season, although details have yet to be released.
According to TVLine, the new season is expected to be centered around an elite prep school in the Midwest, highlighting a gay basketball star. Creator John Ridley revealed the new season will “deal a lot more with class,” as well as “gender issues, sexual orientation and sexual identity.”
Not only will she be a series regular on “American Crime,” she has also hopped on board as a series regular on the 2nd season of HBO’s “The Leftovers.” Chick is hard at work!
Photo: Getty/Chanel’s IG