Grand Crew is not just another comedy show; it is a show based on real-life experiences of the cast. The bond between the cast off-screen is well known, but it turns out that the storylines in the show are also based on their real-life experiences. Grasie Mercedes (Fay) and Aaron Jennings (Anthony), two of the main cast members of the show, revealed this in a recent interview.

    “The idea of like Fay you know being married, and then single, and then not having sex for awhile, then dating, and couldn’t find anyone to just have sex with her is loosely based on my real life.”

    Grasie Mercedes

    Mercedes is a writer, actress, filmmaker, and podcast host who has worked on several projects in the entertainment industry. Her directorial debut film, “Egg Day,” received rave reviews, and she has also written and directed several other short films. She currently hosts and produces the podcast “Not (Blank) Enough,” where she interviews guests about their everyday insecurities and triumphs.

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    Aaron Jennings, on the other hand, is an accomplished actor with several television and film credits to his name. He made his big-screen debut in 2013 in the Farrelly Brothers’ comedy “Movie 43” and has appeared in several other popular television shows like “Insecure” and “Rizzoli & Isles.” Jennings is also an experienced stage actor and has received acclaim for his performances in several plays.

    The second season of Grand Crew follows the lives of six friends as they navigate the ups and downs of life and love while enjoying their favorite drink, wine. The show is created by Phil Augusta Jackson and Dan Goor, who have previously worked on hit shows like “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.” The show is a comedy about friendship and is filled with humor that will make you laugh out loud.

    GRAND CREW | Fridays on NBC (8:30-9 p.m. ET), next day on Peacock

    What makes Grand Crew so unique is that the storylines are based on the real-life experiences of the cast. This means that it’s more authentic and relatable to audiences. The cast’s chemistry off-screen is also evident in their on-screen performances, making the show even more enjoyable to watch.

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