"Swagger!" is an American sports drama television series directed by Reggie Rock Bythewood and Kevin Durant.
The starring cast includes O'Shea Jackson Jr. as Ike, Quvenzhan├ę Wallis as Crystal, Shinelle Azoroh as Jenna, Sean Baker as Naim Rahim, Tristan Mack Wilds as Alonzo, Caleel Harris as Musa, Tessa Ferrer as Meg Bailey, Ozie Nzeribe as Royale, James Bingham as Drew Murphy, Arischa Conner as Apocalypse Anne and others.

Here are "Swagger!" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Swagger! TV series?

Apple TV on Thursday, October 14, 2021 released the trailer for "Swagger!" you can watch here:
Swagger - Official Trailer | Apple TV+.

Plot summary

What is Swagger! TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Swagger!" TV series plot summary.

Swagger! explores the world of youth basketball, and the players, their families and coaches who walk the fine line between dreams and ambition, and opportunism and corruption.


Who plays who in the Swagger! TV series cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Swagger!" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

O'Shea Jackson Jr.  as Ike
Quvenzhan├ę Wallis  as Crystal
Shinelle Azoroh  as Jenna
Sean Baker  as Naim Rahim
Tristan Mack Wilds  as Alonzo
Caleel Harris  as Musa
Tessa Ferrer  as Meg Bailey
Ozie Nzeribe  as Royale
James Bingham  as Drew Murphy
Arischa Conner  as Apocalypse Anne
Robert Crayton  as Barber Marvin
Andrew C. Williams  as Kai
Solomon Irama  as Phil Marksby
Gwen L. Johnson  as Cynthia
Jared Wofford  as Harold Phillips
Javen Lewis  as Vince
Christina Jackson  as Tonya
Isaiah R. Hill  as Jace
Jordan Rice  as Jackie
Nadej K. Bailey  as Tamika
Katie Killacky  as Eva
Misha Gonz-Cirkl  as Teresa Mendez
Ellison Booker  as Young Ike
John Thomas  as Basketball Fan
Tamica Wiley  as Sheila
Tracey Bonner  as Angie
Al Mitchell  as Coach Warrick
Michael Beasley  as Mr. Marksby
William Stanford Davis  as Coach Max
Marti O. Pruitt  as Jeremiah
Mya Adkinson-Adams  as Young Crystal
Jakobe Brownlee  as Young Jace
Kurt Lamarr  as Coach Charlie Edwards
Brian K. Landis  as Warren
Matt Riedy  as Frank
Jetta Strayhorn  as Michelle
Andrea Laing  as Doctor Wallace
Elijah Jacob  as Earl
Sergio Joachim  as DeAndre
Nayjah Mickens  as Student
Ashley Tru Ward  as Melony
Ken Arnold  as Ted Nichols
Deric Augustine  as Lester
Alicia Cuthbertson  as Ms. Russell
Mariah Gordon  as Simone
Kenneth Israel  as Leon Johnson
Bourke Floyd  as Announcer
Aaron Michael Abeyta  as Coach
Xaveria Baird  as Gangster
Lyon Beckwith  as Jail Bully
Marc Blucas  as Coach Bobby
Kellen Boyle  as Kevin
Rick Kelvin Branch  as Teacher
Jacob Brankley  as Pedestrian
Andrew Brooks  as Referee
Karla Brown  as Team Mom Basketball Fan
Loretta Burnette  as Basketball fan
Zionah Butler  as Student
Wade Carter  as Coach Duke
Jonas Chaka  as Coach Harrison
Keith Crosby  as Museum goer
Paul D'Elia  as Old Hippie
Charles Day  as Prep Student
Noah Deavers  as Will
Kelsey Delemar  as Basketball Girlfriend
Alex Drummond III  as Self - Tommy
Emily Eaglin  as Basketball Fan
Marquis Evans  as Coach
Charles Green  as Craig
Lucky Harmon  as Lawrence Parent
Mark Hayes  as Lou
Ryan Hinson  as Basketball Coach
Steve 'Stevieweevie' Jones  as Protestor
Gina Jun  as Parisian
Mike Marunde  as Craig
Toni Henderson Mayers  as Shopper
Sommer Mitchell  as Off Duty Officer
Miles Mussenden  as Brett
Porsche Noire  as Proud Family Member of Basketball Ball Player
Alex Phipps  as Tour Guide
Hernando Planells Jr.  as Referee
Tatyana N. Pokrovskaya  as Parisian Women
Ryan L. Price
Serena Rasoul  as Parisian
Genesis Robinson  as Prep School Student
Gervon Robinson  as Self - Extra
Peter Sweet  as Parisian Cyclist
Roger Tyler  as Shopper
Paul Wallis  as Intemidating inmate
William Washington  as Mr. Wright
Bru Ajueyitsi  as Elite Fan
Kalup Allen  as Male Nurse
Ruthie Austin  as Excited Mother
Leslie Barnett  as Basketball Mom
Dan Becker  as Angry Man
Casey Breneman  as Background Extra
Cuyle Carvin  as Deputy Milam
Kemo Coleman  as Tyrone
Cynthia Dallas  as Game announcer
Andrew Dicostanzo  as young Lester ( EP 9 &10)
Brandon Faison  as Young Phil
Mike Forbs  as Rodney
Stephen Wesley Green  as Young Guy
Bailey Marie Griggs  as Marianne
Demetrius Grosse  as Grant Carson
David Hammond  as Prisoner
Payton Harbour  as Benchwarmer
Monica Haynes  as Pedestrian
Marki Henderson  as Waves
Cindy Jackson  as White Woman
Marvin Johnson  as Announcer
Joya Joseph  as Alana
Ben Kacsandi  as Referee
Darius Kaleb  as Player #1
Joseph Kovac  as Lawrence Parent
Heather Magee  as Angry Woman
Sharrie McCain  as Other Elite Fan
Jack McQuaid  as Player #2
Tyler Merritt  as Hater
Wendy Mitchell  as Basketball Fan
Johnathan Newby  as Miami Automatic player
Ricardo Padilla  as Action Photographer
William Paul Jr.  as Ball Player
Felicia Pearson  as Lil Pip
Da'Jon A. Porter  as Young Man
Jessica Rawls  as Mindy
Tim Reid  as Clyde Sawyer
Kyle Riggs  as Deputy Roy
Kiya Roberts  as Algebra Teacher
Jesse Robinson  as Young Man
Michael Shenefelt  as Gordon
Chayla Simpson  as Artist
Janet Devine Smith  as Grandma Mendez
Ken Stancil Jr.  as Mr. Conrad
Ayyan Talib  as Young Man #2
Ryan Ware  as Shoot-A-Way Rep
CJ Williams  as Barry
Shon Wilson  as Erica Johnson
Logan J. Woolfolk  as Event Staff


What are Swagger! filming details?

"Swagger!" series are produced by CBS Studios, Imagine Entertainment and Thirty Five Ventures.

Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.

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