Reality Show (Season One)
From April S Watson, executive producer of Women to Women, comes NY’s Women to Women: An Un-scripted Reality Show about the depths of the human condi¬tion; specifically, the lives of five business women, from New York. NY’s Women to Women explores the lives of these women and those that support them - one incredible fiancé, a challenging partner, a supportive daugh¬ter with her own goals, and a manager trying to keep them all sane, and features many others.
This series follows the joys and challenges of building businesses, keeping personal lives afloat, becoming more enlightened people by actively examining their lives and finding the tools to become their better selves. Each life is complex. Some of the ladies embrace different sexu¬alities and are at various places where embracing it can be found.
These seemingly ordinary women are extraordinary and yet seem so familiar. We follow them building their lives through positivity and resilience, and explore the many things (love, fear, betrayal, se-duction, friendship and business) they encounter on their journey. Each member has a story in their life and it is compelling because it is genuine. Our team utilized their expertise in the study of human behavior and storytelling to enter¬tain, educate and intrigue the au¬dience, while providing insight and assistance in growing as people, no matter where they are in life.
This West Indian and Black Aggressive Women living a gay lifestyle, has many businesses under her belt. April is that no-nonsense kick in the door kind of woman. She is probably one of the strongest businesswomen in the industry due to her experiences.
What was April’s story became her brand. The show was created with no initial backing through the relationships she formed and her trusting character that always brought the truth out of others, while pulling people together and making them stronger. She put herself on the line and created, not just a show but also, a franchise for women in business.
April gives that straight-talk about relationships and she has no fear in asking the questions people dare not to touch. With her encouragement, these women and men joined her in giving the world the most realistic look into their lives and in a very different way than what has been seen in Television history.
It only gets better as April, the producer in the series, takes these ladies to a whole new level of life bringing other key players in, as she makes it happen all over again.
With strong ties to her community, Deb opened a second barbershop called In The Chair. Relocating to her hometown of Hollis, Queens - the place where legends are born, she is home.
The firebrand of the series - easily upset, easily angry, and usually ready to get angsty - Ebony knows she is difficult but doesn’t seem ready to open herself up. If there is anyone who is going to cause problems, it’s Ebony. She is difficult. Straight up. She has not just one, but many chips on her shoulder.
Known to some as Big Momma Lita, Kilita Fray is a bounteous cornucopia of joy, surprise, sass and inexplicably funny mashups of words and phrases that she makes up on-the-fly. She is equally blissful, happy and fun as she is shrewd, discerning and diplomatic.
Misté is the straightforward, yet discerning, feminist of the group and she is always ready to face any challenge or put someone in their place. She is never afraid to speak her mind regardless of the cost, when she knows it is the right thing to do. Misté is building a sunglasses-based fashion company while also pursuing her desire to be an actress and model.