Celebrities doing positive things within communities around the country will be the focus of a new Aspire reality series, Changemakers, the network announced Wednesday.
The series debus Sept. 24 and will spotlight African-American celebrities – such as Keshia Knight Pulliam and Chris “Ludacris” Bridges (pictured) – who are making a difference and reveal how and why they use their success to help others. The six-episode series is executive produced by Swirl Films, according to network officials.
“Changemakers is a groundbreaking reality series that focuses on celebrities who are changing the game in their communities by doing extraordinary things,” said Aspire general manager Paul Butler in a statement. “We are committed to telling stories that otherwise go untold, and Changemakers features the exceptional work of many celebrities who are giving back to the community. We are pleased to shine a spotlight on some of these generous acts."