Colin Kaepernick’s Teenage Years To Be Depicted in Netflix Series

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Netflix on Monday announced that renowned filmmaker Ava DuVernay and Kaepernick have created a limited series, titled "Colin in Black & White."
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Colin Kaepernick and Ava DuVernay teamed up to tell the story of Kaepernick's teenage years in Netflix series.

Colin Kaepernick fans will soon learn a lot more about the activist and football player — thanks to a new six-episode scripted series centering around his adolescent life.

Netflix on Monday announced that renowned filmmaker Ava DuVernay and Kaepernick have created a limited series, titled "Colin in Black & White."

"The series will focus on Kaepernick's formative high school years, lending meaningful insight into the acts and experiences that led him to become the activist he is today," the company said in a news release.

The show aims to provide an "introspective look" at Kaepernick's early life as a Black child growing up in his White adoptive family and his road to becoming a talented NFL quarterback while "defining his identity."

Kaepernick will appear as himself in the series as its narrator.

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