Prentice Penny

Showrunner of HBO’s “Insecure”

Showrunner of HBO’s “Insecure”

Prentice Penny on KCRW

With every new episode of HBO’s “Insecure,” Twitter lights up with reactions and commentary from the show’s fervent fans.

After Emmys nod, ‘Insecure’ showrunner calls for Hollywood to step up representation

With every new episode of HBO’s “Insecure,” Twitter lights up with reactions and commentary from the show’s fervent fans.

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