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First Full Trailer For "The Playboy Club" Gives Us A Little More Naturi Naughton

by Tambay A. Obenson
May 16, 2011 8:47 AM
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We saw just a glimpse of Ms Naturi Naughton in the clip posted over the weekend; we see a little more (or less depending on your POV) of her in the series' first full preview trailer below, which clocks in at about 4 minutes.

The subject matter is supposed to be racy, but I just don't know how "racy" a network TV station (NBC) can really get without the censors on their arses. This looks like something that would likely be better suited for cable - maybe even subscription states like HBO and Showtime. We'll see...

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3 Comments

  • Salawu | May 17, 2011 7:22 AMReply

    This looks amazing. How Eddie Cibrian got the lead baffles me but he looks pretty amazing in the role. Naturi Naughton looks great and I'm her duties as BBF don't utterly define her. Its cool that her character has a goal, which probably won't end well, but hopefully it'll be interesting.

    What a career path. Once upon a time Cirbian was in Sunset Beach lol.

  • Damone | May 17, 2011 6:20 AMReply

    Oh wow! This looks FANTASTIC! Love the plot, love the setting [I'm a 60s geek! Lol!], and don't get me started on Ike and Tina being the musical guests at the club! Singing "Shake A Tailfeather", no less. Looks good.

  • Akim | May 17, 2011 2:33 AMReply

    Well, judging by the trailer, the show looks really good. I'm in!

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