Fuse Announces Series “Like a Girl”.

Fuse Announces Series “Like a Girl”.

Fuse Media announces the premiere of its latest unscripted original series, “Like a Girl”. Also, will feature Beija Marie Velez as the host. The series takes an unfiltered look into the world of women in sports. The six-part series features some of the most compelling and groundbreaking female athletes. For instance, Olympian April Ross, Paralympian Anastasia Pagonis, WNBA player Angel McCoughtry, and more.

About the “Like A Girl” Series On Fuse

The show aims to turn the phrase “Like A Girl” on its head. The premise of the series is to explore the unique perspective of women in sports. For example, viewers will get an intimate look at the personal and professional challenges faced by female athletes. Including mental health, social stigmas, body image, reproductive issues, gender, and race inequality.

The Athletes In the “Like A Girl” Series

Anastasia Pagonis is an American Paralympic swimmer who holds the world record in her sport. Likewise, April Ross is a three-time Olympic medalist in beach volleyball. She also holds the world record in her sport. Since their achievements are incredible and resilient, viewers will be undoubtedly in awe. Then, Jennifer Soto a goofy-footed American skateboarder, and winner of the Street League Skateboarding Pro Open London in 2018 is featured. Her fearless approach to the sport will leave viewers on the edge of their seats.

Cece Telfer is the openly transgender person to win an NCAA title in 2019. Telfer’s journey is a powerful reminder of the importance of inclusivity and acceptance in sports and society as a whole. Last but not least, Madison Hammond, the first Native American player in the National Women’s Soccer League, and Angel McCoughtry. A professional basketball player and two-time Olympic gold medalist, round out the cast of elite athletes inLike a Girl.”

“Like a Girl” promises to be a powerful and inspiring series, showcasing the strength, resilience, and determination of female athletes. The show is sure to be a must-watch for sports fans and non-sports fans alike. Lastly, the series will premiere on March 27, 2023, and will be available on Fuse and Fuse+.

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