Sterlin Harjo (Seminole/Muscogee) celebrated the premiere of his new FX series "Reservation Dogs" on Monday evening at Circle Cinema. Cast and crew walked a green carpet into the nonprofit theater, where audiences filled screening rooms to watch the first three episodes of the show filmed in Tulsa and throughout northeast Oklahoma.

"Reservation Dogs" is about a group of Indigenous teenagers, who want to get out of their Oklahoma hometown as soon as possible. It premieres Aug. 9 on FX on Hulu. It was co-created by Oscar winner Taika Waititi. In a first for Hollywood, the lead actors, directors and writers are all Indigenous. 

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