Black History Month is another great reason to uplift Black entertainment. Check out our list featuring Black TV shows to check out inside.
"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.
ABC has indefinitely shelved the episode, titled Please, Baby, Please, which was set for broadcast on Feb. 27.
Today on ”NewsOne Now,” with Roland Martin, the host talked with Eric Deggans, TV critic from NPR, about the 2013 fall television season and how African-Americans are faring so far. Deggans had this to say about the Monday night head-to-head battle between NBC’s “The Blacklist,” which stars Harry Lennix, and CBS’ lagging “Hostages,” with Billy Brown: […]
Model, actress Denise Vasi is fulfilling the #2 spot in the trio of leading women on VH1’s Atlanta-based “Sex in the City”-esque dramedy, “Single Ladies.” She replaces Stacey Dash, who announced in September that she would be leaving the show just four months after it premiered with one of the network’s highest ratings since Fall […]
“Alf” was one of my favorite TV shows in the 80s. Now my memories of the funny adorable alien are scarred forever. Recently, a blooper reel of “Alf” has surfaced on YouTube and “Alf” is seen using the N-word and other curses while the cast and crew laugh. The N-word begins about 4:40 into the […]
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