Controversial comedy series about police releases third season

With a growing fanbase in tow, the bold satire takes on policing, sexism,
gun control and the prison system in recently-crowdfunded final season.

Online PR News – 21-February-2019 – New York City, New York – A satirical comedy series about policing in America is releasing its third and
final season beginning on March 19th on Facebook and Youtube, kicking off a weekly roll-out of
the five episode run (6 - 10 minutes per episode) . The 8-week campaign also includes nearly
ten minutes of supplemental content spread throughout the release cycle.
Producers will be holding a public world premiere screening of the third season on March 14th in
Brooklyn, NY at Starr Bar with the cast and crew of the show.
Dark Justice stars Che Holloway (Oprah Winfrey Network, Pressure) , and Tim O'Connor, and is
produced by Creator Mike Gerbino (HBO's Brave New Voices) and Elisa Peebles (Natives).
DARK JUSTICE tells the story of Amir Johnson, the first black cop in a small town, and his thick-
headed partner Stanton, as they navigate one of America's most polarizing professions.
"Dark Justice began as a show about how cops are perceived by the public and why," creator
Mike Gerbino says, "but, over time, it became a way for us to explore all issues of injustice, as
long as we could make it funny. That challenge has given the show the forward momentum and
unique voice that it has today, and is the reason this new batch of episodes is especially wild."
Episodes are released in full here:
Supplemental content is released here:
INSTAGRAM: @DarkJusticeShow