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Published on April 15th, 2019 | by Guest Editor


Season 2 of Daytime Emmy-Nominated ‘Giants’ Returns This Sunday

Season two of the multi-daytime Emmy-award nominated drama series GIANTS makes its returns with a marathon this Sunday. Created by James Bland, GIANTS is a coming-of-adulthood drama originally streamed on “Insecure” creator Issa Rae’s YouTube channel.

Watch the season two premiere and follow the lives of three Black millennials each battling their own inner giants as they approach the age of 30. Unable to escape conflicts of identity, sexuality and mental health – each character reaches a sobering turning point that leads them on a quest for self-acceptance, stability and a sense of greater purpose. Get your binge on this weekend! The series airs this Sunday at 9 a.m. ET with an encore at 7 p.m. ET.

GIANTS received 11 Daytime Emmy nominations this year, including Outstanding Digital DaytimeDrama Series, which is more than any other digital drama.

Additional GIANTS nominations include:

•Outstanding Digital Drama Series

•Outstanding Writing in a Digital Drama Series

•Outstanding Directing in a Digital Drama Series

•Outstanding Lead Actress in a Digital Drama-Vanessa Baden Kelly

•Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Digital Drama-Sean Samuels

•Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Digital Drama-Terrence Terrell

•Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Digital Drama-Crystal Lee Brown

Outstanding Guest Performer in a Digital Drama-Kelsey Scott

•Outstanding Guest Performer in a Digital Drama-J. August Richards

•Outstanding Original Song-Drew Anthuny “Beat of Your Heart”

•Outstanding Original Song-Ashly William and Kareem James “More Love”

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