Naima Ramos-Chapman To Direct Showtime Pilot ‘How To Make Love To A Black Woman’

EXCLUSIVE: Naima Ramos-Chapman (Random Acts of Flyness) has been tapped to direct the upcoming Showtime comedy pilot How To Make Love To A Black Woman (Who May Be Working Through Some Sh*t), executive produced by The Chi creator/executive producer Lena Waithe and the series’ writer Casallina “Cathy” Kisakye.

Created and written by Kisakye, How To Make Love to a Black Woman is a half-hour comedy anthology series that came to Showtime through its first-look deal with Waithe. With each multi-part episode, How To Make Love To A Black Woman unfolds a new collection of characters in an authentic world, telling stories about connection and rejection that explore our most harrowing – and harrowingly comic – sexual secrets. Production on the pilot begins next month.

Ramos-Chapman is a writer/actor/director who most recently served as story editor for the upcoming HBO series Skate Kitchen, and was a writer/director on the critically acclaimed series Random Acts of Flyness. She is repped by UTA and Gray Krauss.

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