‘David Makes Man’ is a melodious, transitioning show that airs on OWN. It spins around the nominal, 14-year-old hero who is as yet adapting up after the demise of his dearest companion. He relies upon his persevering mother to help the family out of their devastated state.

Release Date

David Makes Man’s season 1 debuted on August 14, 2019, on OWN, and reached a conclusion on October 16, 2019.

The primary season, expectedly, got a happy reaction from the pundits. It holds a 100% Rotten Tomatoes rating with a basic agreement that “peruses, “Ground-breaking, wonderful, and like nothing else on TV, David Makes Man mixes fantastic style with a sympathetically made story to make a genuinely remarkable survey insight.”

Given the reaction and the story curve, which isn’t finished, it didn’t come as an unexpected when OWN recharged the show for another season. OWN has not declared a delivery date yet. However, in the event that things fall set up, ‘David Makes Man’ season 2 will no doubt debut at some point in August 2020.


‘David Makes Man’ stars Akili McDowell as David. With astounding perception abilities and an impulse-driven mentality, David is an energetic youngster, who regularly receives two distinct personas. McDowell’s past acting credits remember his presentation for ‘The Astronaut Wives Club’. Going along with him is Alana Arenas (‘Hall of Passes’) as David’s enterprising single parent Gloria.


 David Makes Man’, since it is made by Tarell Alvin McCraney, is implanted with a ton of components from his show-stopper, ‘Twilight’. Investigating the topic of dark weakness, this hour-long dramatization spins around a 14-year-old virtuoso named David.

He is as yet frequented by the demise of his nearest amigo and admires his persevering mother to get away from destitution. Between the roads where he grew up and the chance of advanced education, David needs to settle on a decision. Also, this is the focal subject of the story.

The finale seems to have settled the vast majority of David’s issues and both he and The Ville appear to be in a decent spot. However, David detects that something isn’t exactly correct. Once more, the cliffhanger finishing leaves us pondering about the destiny of Seren, who at long last figures out how to leave her damaging home. Essayist Lucien Christian Adderley has affirmed that season 2 will keep on investigating the lives of these characters as they develop further.