Let’s Talk Hair Talk show engages Black women in their hair journeys

New series is fun, relatable and necessary

LOS ANGELES – Let’s Talk Hair TV series is currently in the midst of an initial five episode run. The series is a theme-based TV talk show featuring the latest news, styling techniques, products, interviews, and discussions, all dedicated to the hair journeys of African-American women.  


Let’s Talk Hair features such celebrity guests as queen of comedy Luenell (Borat, Coming to America II), legendary hair stylist-to-the stars Kim Kimble (WeTV’s LA Hair), Sadiaa Black Beauty Guide founder and former Hype Hair magazine Digital Media Director Stephenetta (isis) Harmon, Grammy-nominated R&B singer and songwriter Syleena Johnson (TV One’s R&B Divas, Sister Circle talk show), comedian Yamaneika Saunders (Comedy Central Stand Up Featuring), and comedian and reality TV star Willie Macc (BET’s College Hill).

“The current five episode run is an important step in building the show’s audience, and developing relationships with broadcasters and advertisers alike,” says show creator and showrunner Olu Gittens. “Our TV station list continues to grow.”

  • The journey to be seen

Let’s Talk Hair’s premiere episode won awards on the film festival circuit and received distribution on the Amazon Prime Video platform.  The project has also gotten support from James DuBose, Head of Programming and Executive Producer of FOX Soul digital streaming platform, where it can currently be watched, and from local television stations that have allowed for its broadcast syndication.

  • The beautiful thread

“Black women and men are creating their own seats and whole tables in the beauty industry,” says Sadiaa Black Beauty Guide’s Harmon.

Let’s Talk Hair takes the macro level trends – like the billions spent by African-Americans on hair products, the natural hair movement – and breaks them down into delicious bite size nuggets. “And as much as our show is about hair, it’s not only about hair. We’ll get to explore subjects like travel, family, career, relationships, personal finance, style, business, life changes – hair is the beautiful thread that runs though all these other really interesting things.”

  • About the Team

“What I really love about our hosts are their wonderful personalities, their camaraderie, and their passion for hair,” says Gittens.

Comedian Del Harrison has been showcased on “Laff Mobb’s Laff Tracks” on TruTV, “Gotham Comedy Live” (AXS TV), “Laughs” (FOX), “The Mo’Nique Show” (BET) and more. Comedy legend Paul Mooney said it best, “Del Harrison has the IT factor.”  Ranker.com agrees, rating Del as one of the Top 20 Funniest Black women in America.

Rhavin “with a V“ is a UC San Diego graduate (BA in Communication) with experience in PR, broadcast journalism and post production. She has worked in front of the camera as a host and actress, and on the production teams for such shows as “American Ninja Warrior Jr.” and “America’s Next Top Model.”

Glam Department Head and Key Makeup Artist – Matthew Alexander Brandon
Key Hairstylist – Marcus Simms

Let’s Talk Hair Executive Producers are Olu Gittens and Del Harrison of Baby of the Family LLC and Luis Reyes and Travis Stevens of Butcher Bird Studios in Glendale, CA.

Let’s Talk Hair at NAB 2018

On the heels of a successful screening in the Indie Night Film Festival a the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood, Let’s Talk Hair went to the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) in Las Vegas for our campaign to garner support for the show. Partnering with Harry Hall of MME Hub/Brandworks USA, we were able to meet with industry professionals and TV executives interested in Let’s Talk Hair.

We also used the convention as a way to find out ways the latest technologies can be integrated into the production of the show and to promote the project within the industry. 
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More on NAB: “The National Association of Broadcasters is the voice for the nation’s radio and television broadcasters. As the premier trade association for broadcasters, NAB advances the interests of our members in federal government, industry and public affairs; improves the quality and profitability of broadcasting; encourages content and technology innovation; and spotlights the important and unique ways stations serve their communities… Whether it’s the new possibilities created by mobile digital television or FM-enabled mobile devices, NAB is helping broadcasters seize opportunities in the digital age. Advances in technology are giving broadcasters opportunities to find better, more innovative ways to deliver the high-quality content and services that local communities expect and deserve.”

-O.G.

Let’s Talk Hair at Indie Night Film Festival

Showcase of TV pilot LET’S TALK HAIR in the IndieNight Film Festival on Saturday, January 13, 2018 at TCL Chinese Theater 6 in Hollywood, CA. HUGE THANKS to everyone who made the LET’S TALK HAIR screening in the Indie Night Film Festival a success!!

Let's Talk Hair TV at Indie Night Film Festival
Let’s Talk Hair TVpilot was showcased at the Indie Night Film Festival in Los Angeles!

Shout out to Dave Brown, Robi Reed and the #IndieNightFF team for an amazing showcase. #letstalkhair #LetsTalkHairTV

-O.G.

Coming soon: LET’S TALK HAIR television show

Let’s Talk Hair will be a TV magazine show geared to African-American women, who seek culturally relevant information about their hair textures and concerns.

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Let’s Talk Hair will feature interviews, demos and on-the-scene video packages, and will broadcast as a half-hour series. 

Let's Talk Hair ABOUT graphicWith an engaged audience seeking culturally relevant and generation-aware messages, Let’s Talk Hair offers the ideal context to connect with African-American women around hair, beauty and a variety of goods and services.

Connecting with cosmetologists, do-it-yourself’ers, everyday women and the occasional celebrity, our show will go on a journey through the latest news, styling techniques, products and hair discussions – the beauty at heart of hair.

For more information, go to letstalkhair.tv