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Urban Movie Channel (UMC), with RLJ entertainment, is set to release the first season of A House Divided on DVD and on Digital on December 3, 2019.

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The series revolve around the Sanders Family – one of the most esteemed families in Los Angeles. Direct descendants of Letty Sanders, a slave who became the richest black woman in LA, the Sanders are known all over the city.

However, their prestigious lives come to an end when their matriarch, Pamela Sanders, suddenly passes away. Cameron Sanders (husband) tries to make things work while grieving his wife and managing the business, however, ends up in further turmoil when the SEC launches an investigation on him for money laundering.

Furthermore, Theresa’s (daughter) scandalous affair, Torrance’s (son) potential NBA career and Cameron Jr.’s out of control behavior, weaken the family threads even more, tearing the Sanders apart.

The 6-episode first season of the thriller stars Lawrence Hilton Jacobs, Demetria McKinney, Paula Jai Parker and Brad James. In a short period of time, the drama managed to become one of the channel’s highly anticipated show and is now getting released on DVD for an SRP of $24.98.


About UMC

via Variety

Urban Movie Channel is the first and largest subscription streaming service dedicated to Black film and television from AMC Network’s privately owned subsidiary, RLJ Entertainment.  Launched in February 2015, UMC streams fresh , original content including tv series, feature films, documentaries, stage plays and other popular Black entertainment with new content coming in every week.

According to Johnson, creator of RLJ Entertainment,” UMC was designed so that the African-American and urban creative community could directly reach consumers in a way that removes many of the restrictions associated with the legacy content development and distribution models. As more video is consumed over broadband, we believe that we can quickly become the preeminent provider of quality urban entertainment to what has largely been an underserved, yet highly engaged audience.”

You can watch the channel on iOS, Apple TV, Android, Amazon Prime Video Channels, YouTube TV, Comcast’s Xfinity On Demand, Roku, Amazon Fire TV & Fire TV Stick. At www.UMC.tv. It offers a free 7-day trial and the subscription is for $4.99/month or $49.99/year.

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