FX Networks Hosted Private Screening for SNOWFALL Season 2 in Dallas – Pics & Details Here!
Above: Dave Andron, Damson Idris and Carter Hudson. All photography by C. Mitchell
Last night, FX Networks hosted a private screening for Season 2 of the hit TV show SNOWFALL at Studio Movie Grill in Dallas. Despite the rain, guests arrived early and were excited to see the premiere of the new season. Attending from the show were executive producer Dave Andron along with actors Damson Idris and Carter Hudson. Guests enjoyed complimentary popcorn and beverages while they watched the action-packed yet hilarious episode.
Following the screening, radio personality Bay Bay moderated a Q&A with the cast who shared several behind the scenes anecdotes from the set and encouraged the audience to follow their dreams.
Additional attendees included philanthropist Bo Talley Williams, Snoop Robinson (producer/actor), Celebrity the Comedian, Corey Pratt (actor/producer), Jerod Couch (producer), J. Rhodes (producer), actress Tiffanie Mims and more.
Upon departure, guests were greeted by the Mr. Sugar Rush Ice Cream Truck for a special treat courtesy of FX. A sweet ending to a wonderful event!
Snowfall returns Thursday, July 19 at 10/9c on FX. Follow the show on all social platforms at @SnowfallFX.
Check out the photos below.
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