Television

D.L. Hughley is among the Black comedians slated to take on "The Daily Show" guest host duties following Trevor Noah's departure.

We can't forget those times — albeit few and far in between — when Barbara Walters interviewed Black history makers and produced some of the most riveting and must-see TV journalism of all time.

Dave Chappelle's latest appearance on SNL was good overall, but him whining about how "scary" it is to talk was disingenuous.

"Atlanta" shirked traditional Black comedy and drama tropes while also breaking virtually every rule of TV show writing as it was allowed to be anything it wanted to be from episode to episode.

Ex-Milwaukee D.A. Michael McCann says racism and homophobia played no role in police not catching Jeffrey Dahmer.

Iconic sitcom "A Different World," which turns 35 this year, has had a lasting influence on HBCUs.

Mike Evans’ eldest daughter Carlena Evans is fighting tooth and nail to protect the show’s wholesome legacy.

Ron DeSantis' press secretary wrote a lengthy response rejecting an invitation for DeSantis to make an appearance on The View.

Greene and Kimmel have been engaged in a god old-fashioned Twitter beef. Well, it actually isn't much of a beef. For it to be beef, both parties would need to be invested in the conflict. In this case, MTG appears to be big mad while Kimmel is big—meh. 

DirecTV said it's ditching OAN starting on Tuesday despite pressure from the "news" outlet and its supporters, including GOP politicians who pressured the platform to reverse the decision.

In the new PBS documentary  “American Reckoning,” which airs Feb 15, directors Brad Lichtenstein and Yoruba Richen dive into the unsolved murder of Wharlest Jackson, a Natchez, Mississippi native who was killed by a car bomb.

Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, and 50 Cent were featured in the Super Bowl LVI halftime show. Here are five takeaways from the show.