The HBO dramedy “Insecure” follows a young, single African-American woman (co-creator/executive producer Issa Rae, second from left) and her friends in Los Angeles. The show, now in its second year, is usually a heavily discussed topic of conversation on social media during and after it airs.
The HBO dramedy “Insecure” follows a young, single African-American woman (co-creator/executive producer Issa Rae, second from left) and her friends in Los Angeles. The show, now in its second year, is usually a heavily discussed topic of conversation on social media during and after it airs. HBO
The HBO dramedy “Insecure” follows a young, single African-American woman (co-creator/executive producer Issa Rae, second from left) and her friends in Los Angeles. The show, now in its second year, is usually a heavily discussed topic of conversation on social media during and after it airs. HBO

As ‘Insecure’ and ‘Game of Thrones’ blow up social media, TV industry takes note

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