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Air Date: February 1st, 2017

Series Summary
The ambitious yet secretive life of Eva, the newly elected president of Georgia A&M.

Rating: TV14

Genres: Drama

Episodes

  • Season 1 - Episode 8 : The Caged Bird Mar 29, 2017

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    Sydney and Madison shake up the GAMU homecoming parade with help from a few friends; Dr. Eva Fletcher gets knocked on her heels both personally and professionally; coach Hardwick makes a tough call.

  • Season 1 - Episode 7 : Their Eyes Were Watching God Mar 22, 2017

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    Cedric gets a visitor from Chicago that shakes his whole world; BoJohn and Junior take a class experiment too far; Cecil Diamond comes face to face with the reality of his health; Eva brings Sydney back to GAMU.

  • Season 1 - Episode 6 : Go Tell It On The Mountain Mar 15, 2017

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    Cecil Diamond tries to make amends with his sister before Battle of the Bands; Dr. Eva Fletcher faces an ugly spousal support battle with Derek; Noni runs into more band trouble.

  • Season 1 - Episode 5 : Mulebone Mar 8, 2017

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    On the heels of Sydney's rape allegation, President Eva Fletcher and Coach Hardwick hear different sides of the story in search of the truth; BoJohn makes a bold play that backfires in his face.

  • Season 1 - Episode 4 : Quicksand Mar 1, 2017

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    President Eva Fletcher tracks the identity of the students in the leaked security video and lays down the law about rape culture on campus; a distraught Sydney struggles to cope with her personal life.

ratings & reviews

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  • Realistic it's not, though it's most certainly compelling (and sometimes more) thanks to a game cast and some propulsive, pointed storytelling. Show More

  • The Quad features some strong performances and isn’t afraid to plunge enthusiastically into the genre of nighttime soap opera. Show More

  • The show earns points in its attempts to tackle hard conversations on race. But the writing makes the well-intentioned themes seem heavy-handed and devoid of nuance, despite great performances by newcomer Smith. Show More

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