Hot Tip on Flex Alexander

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Hope you have a sweet tooth ladies because eye candy could be coming to a TV near you! The 411 is out that NAACP Award nominee Flex Alexander is a hot possibility alongside Tom Selleck (Magnum PI) to star in a new sizzling hour-long TV series entitled Reagan’s Law.

Executive produced by Leonard Goldberg, Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green, Reagan’s Law is a heated drama about a three-generation family of New York cops.

Flex Alexander is best known for his starring roles in blockbuster movies including Juice, Money Train, She’s All That, Snakes On a Plane, The Hills Have Eyes 2, and many more. To his television credit, he starred in Girlfriends as Maya’s boyfriend, and went on to star as the single father in the hit UPN sitcom, One On One, which he created and produced.  Flex garnered wide acclaim for his role as Michael Jackson in the VH-1 biopic, Man in the Mirror: The Michael Jackson Story.

A pilot of Reagan’s Law is being directed by Michael Cuesta and is expected to shoot for CBS TV later this month.

This will be a treat for all of Flex’s fans who have been waiting for him to return TV’s prime time lineup.

Brenda Jeanne Wyche is Managing Editor of Black Star News and Harlem Business News.

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