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Essence Atkins Reveals If UPN Didn’t Go Under They Would’ve Continued With Half & Half

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Earlier this month, it was announced that Netflix would release The Noel Diary. The Noel Diary is a romantic comedy based on the successful New York novel by Richard Paul Evans, a New York Times bestseller New York Times bestseller novel in 2017. It is one of the few Christmas films to arrive on Netflix this year and seems promising enough to keep the audience engaged.

The romantic comic movie features Justin Harley, Bonnie Bedelia, Barrett Doss, and Treat Williams. This movie was directed by Charles Shyer and co-produced by Margret H. Huddleston, Stephanie Slack, and Ridoyanul Hoq.

The film also star James Remar and Essence Atkins portray Justin Harley’s mom and dad, Bonnie and Bedelia.

Speaking of Essence Atkins, She was recently interviewed by Nick Hamilton of Nite Cast Media at ‘The Merge Awards.’ During the interview, Hamilton asked Atkins how fun it was to star in the early 2000s show Half & Half on UPN.

“So Half and Half was one of my favorite projects. We did 91 episodes in Four Seasons love the show. We would have continued, but as you guys know UPN went under and they kind of got absorbed into what became the CW,” said Atkins.

 So. we were cut short, but at the time, I spent more time in my office. I’m sorry that I was not in my office on the stage, which I consider my office my learning office than I ever spent in my dressing room. Just because we always had so much fun with Valerie Pettifords, Telma Hopkins, Chico Benham, and Rachel true Alec Mapa, it was a joy and a pleasure to go to work every day. I never wanted to be in my dressing room, “

She added, “I always wanted to be on stage whether I was in a scene or not in a scene whether I had seen it and we’d rehearsed it five times or ten times it didn’t matter I laughed every time because it was just such a blessing and a joy.”

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Written by Landon Buford

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