Beloved Story Of Grandma And Teen’s Thanksgiving Text Is Coming To Netflix

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Jamal Hinton wrote on Twitter, “We thank each and every one of you for your love and support in our journey over the past 6 years.”

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One of the Internet’s Favorite Thanksgiving Stories, Involving an Arizona Grandmother and a Casual Text to a Stranger, Is Coming Now Netflix, Streaming company announced Thursday.

Jamal Hinton and Wanda Denchu made headlines That’s when Dench accidentally sent a text to Hinton, who was 17 at the time, with an invitation to Thanksgiving dinner. Dench thought she was writing down her grandson’s number, but when she and Hinton exchanged selfies, she realized her mistake.

The pair did not remain strangers for long, as Denchu Hinton invited For dinner anyway. For the entertainment and enjoyment of those who follow their story online, they have Continuous To spend thanksgiving Together with their families since.

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“I am very excited to announce our new partnership with Netflix,” Hinton tweeted on Thursday. “We thank each and every one of you for your love and support in our journey of the last 6 years. We can’t wait to tell our story on the big screen!”

Netflix said that Dench and Hinton’s serious relationship will be turned into a film based on their true story. The film, written by Abdul Williams, will cover how their “deep friendship” was formed “despite their very different backgrounds”.

“We are excited to share our story with the world,” Hinton & Dench said in a statement via the company’s announcement. “We hope this inspires more people to reach out and make connections that they don’t normally make. We are so lucky to have found true friendship brought by God from a wrong text message.” Huh.”

Keeping up with tradition Dench and Hinton spent their sixth thanksgiving together Last week.

One Photo Dench from the holiday celebration, Hinton and Hinton’s partner, Mikaela, were seen holding portraits honoring Dench’s late husband, Lonnie, who died after a fight With COVID-19 in April 2020.


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