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She's Gotta Have It Season 1 Review: Your Thoughts On Real Life Nola Darlings?

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First and foremost, HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!! Now that we've got that out the way, tonight on It's Real Talk Radio, we're kicking off the new year with one of the more controversial topics going on right now. Yup, that's right, we're discussing Season 1 of She's Gotta Have It, the Spike Lee Directed Netflix Original Series, which is a remake of the original 1986 film "She's Gotta Have It" also directed by Spike Lee. There is a lot to discuss in the 10 episodes of Season 1.

So how do you feel about the character Nola Darling after dissecting her for 10 episodes? Is she heroic? Is she a good representation for feminists? Does she represent how most women truly feel? Is she a man eater? Is she selfish? Does she have a sex addiction? Is she a freak? Could you ever see Nola Darling changing her ways and eventually settling down? These are some of the many discussions that go on amongst viewers of "She's Gotta Have It."

It is suggested that you watch the original film She's Gotta Have It after you watch Season 1 of the Netflix Series She's Gotta Have It, that way you'll have a unique view but yet a full appreciation for the original film, after spending a whole season getting to know the characters: Nola Darling, Mars Black, Greer Childs and Jamie Overstreet.

There are also some new characters that were introduced to in Season 1. Some of the new characters include Opal, Shemekka, and Papo. But let's get to the real controversy! How do you feel about the real life Nola Darlings who impact people's lives for better or worse, every day? Can't ask more of a controversial question than that! Well we will address all these questions on air tonight, so don't miss out!

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