The American Television Series "Insecure" is described as the opposite of how Modern-day black women might be perceived which is strong and confident, However, this is basically the opposite of Issa and Molly who are the main Characters in the TV series "Insecure". The two best friends deal with their own real-life flaws, their insecurities and together they cope with an endless series of uncomfortable everyday experiences. This television series is created by co-star Issa Rae and writer/comic Larry Wilmore ("The Daily Show with Jon Stewart"). This comedy series looks at the friendship of two black women in a unique and authentic way.

It also features the music of both indie and established artists of colour, and touches on a variety of social and racial issues that relate to the contemporary black experience.

In the series, Issa is having a hard time getting out of her late 20s. She’s the only black person who works at a non-profit that caters to helping school kids in troubled neighbourhoods. Her romance with live-in boyfriend Lawrence (Jay Ellis) is wilting and she’s on the verge of breaking up with him. Meanwhile, her successful lawyer friend Molly played by (Yvonne Orji) can’t meet a good man, maybe because she’s always trying to corral them into a relationship against their will.

HBO's new comedy show 'Insecure'

HBO’s long-gestating comedy "Insecure" is the first pilot this season that comes close to perfection, because it is the sort of show that leaves you feeling giddy and eager to tell all of your friends about it.

Issa Rae, who is also the creator of the web series Awkward Black Girl writing skills, is funny, crisp and original, her performance, as the character called Issa in "Insecure", is also excellent. The secondary characters are all enjoyable (apart from her best friend Molly, who needs a good shake but in a loving way). The hip-hop soundtrack is amazing, featuring many female rappers.

"Insecure" is just so good and too amazing to be missed so I urge everyone to tune in to see this series. Definitely, a TV series to catch up on - that is if you haven’t already seen the episodes that are out now