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She wants Shante to have her own path and make moves in her own life.Maddy is a working woman, very well-to-do, smart, educated, funny and quirky.The half hour series follows Maddy (Luckett), a single mother and successful lawyer who is convinced there is a “Walker Woman Curse,” after being born to mother Loretta (Wendy Raquel Robinson) at age 16 and having a child, Shante (Kyndall Ferguson) herself at the same age.Maddy refuses to let her daughter, now approaching her 16th birthday, become the next in line.
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