While he’s currently putting his creative energy into developing Huggy Lowdown, potentially as an eventual spinoff to his own show, Evans says that out of the comics he worked with, he gives the edge to Lawrence despite his volatility. “Martin was passionate,” says Evans. “He loves what he does so he definitely put both feet in.”
Season 4 of “Love that Girl” premieres on TV One Friday, October 11 at 9:30 p.m.
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