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It is Unlike Anything on TV Right Now: 5 Things We Love About “The Book of Negroes” | The Reel Network

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by Kristina Byas

On Monday, BET introduced its first miniseries, “The Book of Negroes.” The six hour miniseries, which is based on the award-winning book by Canadian writer Lawrence Hill, will be airing on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights.
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After viewing the first segment of the series, many have had strong opinions about this tale of slavery. Some hated what they saw. Some loved what they saw. The reasons  for their opinions, don’t really differ much between the two camps.
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Here are five reasons we love “The Book of Negroes.”

It’s based on a true story
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Films based on fictitious characters are entertaining, but sometimes the audience wants something real. “The Book Negroes” is based on a woman who was stolen from her village in Africa and then sold into slavery when she was 12 years old.

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