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A black-owned cable television network is scheduled to release a highly-anticipated biopic, which will chronicle the life of Bobbi Kristina Brown, the now deceased daughter of the late Whitney Houston and former reality television star Bobby Brown.
According to a recently published blog post on TV One’s website, the Radio One-backed cable television station will be releasing a TV One original film this summer titled “Bobbi Kristina.”
This movie will feature a star-studded cast of talented and experienced actors and actresses who will play the roles of key people who were visible in Bobbi Kristina Brown’s life.
“Later this summer, we will debut our original film Bobbi Kristina featuring Joy Rovaris (“Stuck in the Middle”) in the title role with Demetria McKinney (“Real Housewives of Atlanta”) as Whitney Houston, Hassan Johnson (“The Wire”) as Bobby Brown and Vivica Fox as Pat Houston,” read TV One’s recent blog post about the upcoming film.
TV One’s “Bobbi Kristina” is telling the previously untold story of the only child of one of the biggest power couples in entertainment history.
“Told through a mix of memories and dramatic moments, the film offers an intimate look at the highs and lows of parental, familial and romantic love complicated by fame through the eyes of a sensitive, vulnerable young woman,” TV One’s recently published blog post also read.
Bobbi Kristina Brown was born on March 4, 1993 in Livingston, New Jersey. She was affectionately called “Krissy” by her family members.
The first time Bobbi Kristina got exposed to the spotlight was onstage when her mother was carrying her to receive an accolade at the 1994 American Music Awards. She was also visible in scenes on her father’s former hit reality television show titled “Being Bobby Brown.”
However, her young life become difficult after her mother and father’s tumultuous marriage eventually came to an end. Bobbi Kristina passed away at the tender age of 22 in July of 2015.