BET’s “Sistas” & “Zatima” Star Devale Ellis is currently dealing with a very tough actors strike right now alongside the cast and many other actors in the business!
Devale and the cast of “Sistas” & “Zatima” aren’t allowed to talk about the show at all and the rule is getting to him.
Devale shared on Twitter:
“Just hopped on here to say I love y’all and I SEE 👀 YALL!!! ICantSaySh** AndImPissedAboutit”
We cannot wait until the cast can talk about the show again.
There’s currently new episodes of “Zatima” on the way that they cannot talk about so it’s up to the fans to promote the show as much as they can!
“Zatima” returns for 2B on August 24th.
Episode 11: “Out Of Love”
“Zac and Fatima deal with the fall-out after their big blow up.”
Episode 12: “Risky Business”
“Zac tries to make things right with Fatima.”
Season 2 Plot:
“Zac and Fatima’s relationship is challenged on a whole new level” in Season 2. “Zac deals with internal discord which is only exacerbated after seeing his mother, Gladys, whom he hasn’t seen in quite a long time. Fatima begins to question herself and if she’s really what Zac needs when she can’t get through to him about dealing with past issues.”
Zatima‘s cast includes Devale Ellis as Zac, Crystal Renee Hayslett as Fatima, Cameron Fuller as Nathan, Remington Hoffman as Bryce, Nzinga Imani as Angela, Jasmin Brown as Deja, Guyviaud Joseph as Tony, Danielle LaRoach as Belinda and Marquita Goings as Valerie.
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