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Clipped: Release Date, Plot, Cast And More

Clipped

FX and Hulu are all set to tell the story of one of the most notorious scandals that rocked the very foundation of the NBA and shocked the entire nation. Yes, this is the scandal surrounding the LA Clippers and is based on the famous podcast, The Sterling Affairs. This podcast was hosted and reported by Ramona Shelburne, and tells the story of the “worst owner in sports,” Donald Sterling.

Clipped boasts a star-studded cast with some of the most famous faces on television who are landing on your screen to bring this scandal to life. So, make sure you stick around until the very end to learn everything you need to know about Clipped, from the plot to the cast, and much more.

What is the Plot of Clipped?

The premise of Clipped follows the life and remarks of Donald Sterling, who was once the owner of the LA Clippers. Once, Sterling made racist remarks that were captured on tape and turned into one of the biggest controversies involving the NBA. Clipped tells the story of the aftermath and behind-the-scenes of this particular incident, and also puts the spotlight on Sterling’s life and relationships.

The official trailer of this series gives a glimpse into the scandal and the dysfunctional part of the LA Clippers which shocked the entire world.

The Cast of Clipped?

if the dramatic premise of Clipped wasn’t enough for you to add the series to your watchlist, the cast will seal the deal. Leading the cast of Clipped are Laurence Fishburne (The Matrix, Black-ish), Ed O’Neill (Modern Family, John From Cincinnati), Jacki Weaver (Life of the Party, Hello Tomorrow!), and Cleopatra Coleman (Infinity Pool, In the Shadow of the Moon).

The Cast of Clipped?
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Joining the aforementioned cast members are several other talented actors and actresses including Kelly AuCoin, J. Alphonse Nicholson, Corbin Bernsen, and Harriet Sansom Harris.

When and Where Can You Watch Clipped?

The official release date of this series is June 4, 2024. This series will be available to stream on Hulu, and in other regions, it will also be available on Disney+. It might just be the show of the summer and will have a total of 6 parts, and currently has been advertised as a limited series. Any news about the future of the series will be updated on our website following the release date.

When and Where Can You Watch Clipped?
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Conclusion

This isn’t just for basketball fans, but for absolutely anyone who loves a good drama with some brilliant cast members. Do let us know in the comments whether you will be tuning in to watch Clipped this summer!