Xperienc Inc. announced the launch of two-time NAACP, Image Award Nominee, Darrin D. Henson, to join XOD Network, a streaming on demand platform promoting ownership and creativity. Henson premieres six (6) films, in which he directed and co-starred in; with plans to launch more content in early 2021.
Darrin Dewitt Henson initially rose to fame playing Lem Van Adams on the hit Showtime series Soul Food. The show’s success definitely took Henson by surprise. He didn’t expect the audience to make Soul Food a paradigm Black families could model themselves on. He proudly brags about his chemistry with the cast, saying they’re like family both on and off the set. He also was in The Salon opposite Vivica Fox, Stomp the Yard, a Sony Screen Gems Film and Life Support with Queen Latifah.
Darrin is increasing his repertoire by showing off his directing skills in the movie Violation. Starring Malik Yoba (New York Undercover) and Cynda Williams (Dorothy Dandridge Story and Mo Better Blues), Violation, a Showtime movie which depicts two Gulf War veterans whose relationship may be compromised by their opposing outlooks on war.
As an incomparable choreographer whose dance abilities has blessed such artists as Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears and ‘N Sync, Henson got his start with the late legendary Hip-Hop DJ, Scott La Rock of Boogie Down Productions at age 14, when he joined La Rock’s Vermont school tour.
Darrin’s most recognizable dance routine by far is ‘N Sync’s Bye, Bye, Bye. His video, Darrin’s Dance Grooves, has also proven successful with over three million copies sold, and he looks forward to producing more content in the near future. Join us in celebrating the launch of Darrin Henson’s Channel on XOD Network. Streaming now on mobile and connected tv devices.
About XOD Network
Founded by Gerald Poe Jr., Domonique Mitchell and Kenneth Hutchins, XOD Network is a one of it’s kind on demand streaming service created by creators for creators. CEO, Jasmine Baskin, leads the charge in expanding the platform to encompass a space where creators can thrive, in all things distribution. The network features shows and films from creators from all walks of life to include celebrities and independent content creators. XOD Network is available to subscribers for $4.99 per month on mobile phones and connected tv platforms such as Apple TV, Amazon Fire, and Roku providing anywhere, anytime, and any device access.