Ray Fisher is following up his role in the Justice League with a historical turn on the small screen. On Thursday, Deadline reported that Fisher will star in the ABC limited series Women of the Movement. From creator-writer Marissa Jo Cerar with a producing team that includes Jay-Z, Will Smith, and Aaron Kaplan, Women of the Movement tells the story of Mamie Till, who spent her life fighting for justice after the brutal murder of her son, Emmett Till, in the Jim Crow South. The central role of Mamie Till will be played by the Tony-nominated star of Tina: The Tina Turner Musical, Adrienne Warren, while Fisher will play Gene Mobley, the would-be father of Emmett, and the love of her life. Gina Prince-Bythewood is set to direct the first episode of the six-episode series, which, per Deadline, “is assembling a team of directors who are all women of color.” Cedric Joe will portray Emmett Till with Glynn Turman and newlywed Niecy Nash also appearing in the series.