Los Angeles, March 9, 2021 – What happens when the creative team behind one of the most groundbreaking series in television history reunite on the revolutionary voice- app Clubhouse? You get to interact intimately or simply be a fly on the wall to some of the most riveting, enlightening, and hilarious behind-the-scenes accounts from Hollywood’s most prolific storytellers and Showrunners: Glen Mazzara (The Walking
Dead, AMC) Kurt Sutter (Sons of Anarchy, FX) Scott Rosenbaum (Queen of the South,USA) and Randy Huggins (Power, Starz), all from the comfort of your home.

Join Shawn Ryan (Creator/Showrunner, The Shield (FX)) whose currently showrunning SWAT, which he wrote and co-created with Aaron Rahsaan (CBS), as he reunites with Michael Chiklis (Det. Vic Mackey), Benito Martinez (Capt. David Aceveda), Kenny Johnson (Det. Curtis Lemansky), Cathy Cahlin Ryan (Corrine Mackey), Catherine Dent (Officer Dani Sofer), David Rees Snail, (Det. Ronnie Gardocki) and CCH Pounder
(Claudette Wyms) and more as they delve into the series inception, its possible return,and how it plays in the era of Black Lives Matter.

This Clubhouse event will be executive produced and moderated by Donna-Marie Reid,CEO & Creative Director, Undeniable Films. The opening reception will feature live music by Guitarist/Singer Bomani X (provided by Myles Grier and Geno Brooks of The Artistic Standard) with Deantoni Parks, Avant-garde Composer-Percussionist of We Are Dark Angels. Sound audio engineering helmed by 2x Emmy Award-Winning Film Director and Composer, Emmai Alaquiva.

Listen LIVE as Shawn Ryan Reunites with “The Shield” on the Clubhouse App!
Date: Wednesday, March 10, 2021
Time: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm PST (opening reception, live music begins 6:30pm PST}
How to Attend: Within Clubhouse App, search and follow, Donna-Marie Presents: under “Clubs”

Room Name: “The Shield” Reunion Room with Michael Chiklis, All-Star Cast & Showrunners

About The Shield:
The Shield is an American crime drama television series starring Michael Chiklis that premiered on March 12, 2002, on FX in the United States, and concluded on November 25, 2008, after seven seasons. Known for its portrayal of corrupt police officers, the show’s Strike Team was loosely based on the true-life Rampart Division police Scandal.
The series was created by Shawn Ryan and The Barn Productions for Fox Television Studios and Sony Pictures Television.

Many notable powerhouse performers took extended roles on the show, including Glenn Close, with The Shield being her very first venture into television, Forest Whitaker, Laura Harring, Franka Potente, Laurie Holden, and Anthony Anderson.

The series received six Primetime Emmy Award nominations during its series run. For the first season, Michael Chiklis won for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, and the pilot episode received nominations for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series and Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series, for Shawn Ryan and Clark Johnson, respectively. Chiklis received a consecutive nomination Outstanding Lead Actor in a
Drama Series for the second season. For the fourth season, Glenn Close was
nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series and CCH Pounder was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. *
* Source – Wikipedia

About Clubhouse:
After a year of no film premieres or in-person awards shows, Hollywood is turning to a new venue to have the kind of spontaneous conversations with strangers that they once had in line at the bar. Clubhouse, an app for audio-only conversations, has over the past few months become a popular hangout spot for several top filmmakers, actors, and influencers.

Less than a year old, Clubhouse was founded by a pair of Silicon Valley veterans, Paul Davison, and Rohan Seth. Though it's still in a testing, invite-only phase, Clubhouse has attracted around 2 million weekly active users — and a waitlist of people desperate to gain entry.

Early Clubhouse users say the free app — which adds audio to the early-internet concept of the chat room — is appealing in how it mimics an IRL conversation. Any user can start a room and determine who can speak. Others can listen in and tap the & raise your hand& icon to request speaking capabilities. Clubhouse doesn’t record the
conversations, which encourages off-the-cuff interactions.

Hollywood and members of the music community, always eager to jump onto a buzzy new app, have clamored for invites, and Oprah Winfrey, Kevin Hart, Terry Crews, Questlove, 21 Savage and Gayle King have been spotted in the app. **

**Source – https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/amp/news/welcome-to-clubhouse-why-