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Are you looking for a list of shows that were created by BIPOC (Black, indigenous, and other people of color) creatives? You’re in luck! IndieWire.com has put together a comprehensive list of shows during the 2021 and 2022 season that fit this criteria.   ABC “Abbott Elementary” – Quinta Brunson, creator, star “Black-ish” – Kenya […]

Wondering when your favorite holiday classics will be on television? We’ve got you covered so you can gather the family together!! WEDNESDAY, DEC. 2 The 88th Annual Christmas in Rockefeller Center (8 p.m., NBC) National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (8 p.m., AMC) The Santa Clause 2 (8:30 p.m., Freeform) Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes: […]

LeVelle Moton has several titles. He’s a father, a husband, a son and the coach of men’s basketball at North Carolina Central University. Now he’s taking on another title as he rolls out a television show focused on teens. “When I was a teenager, I was going through so much and I bottled up so […]

A Lexington, NC woman was extremely upset when her boyfriend changed the channel while she was watching television, so she bit him.       Facebook: The Karen Clark Instagram: @TheKarenClark Twitter/Snapchat: @The_KarenClark  

Grammy award winning singer India Arie is featured on the season finale of Centric’s BEING, a docuseries that follows the lives of prominent black women through struggle and perseverance. Does she reveal anything that may shock fans? “I feel like most of us have stuff in our childhood, but someone tried to kill my mother.” […]

Episode six single-handedly went somewhere that very few television networks go. Aisha Hinds as Harriet Tubman is utterly spellbinding, authentic and just, damn good. The opening scene takes us straight into Harriet preparing for the day, tightening a corset that looks like armor, under a dress that looks like a military uniform. Set in an auction […]

Each week things heat up and Wednesday’s episode was no different! Let’s jump in. Cato hosts a prestigious party in Philadelphia attended by Frederick Douglass (played by the show’s Executive Producer, John Legend) and other prominent abolitionists to discuss the cause, but not before chaos ensues. Back at the boarding house, hunters arrest Georgia for […]

After last week’s episode, I was extremely grateful for somewhat of a breather. For Ernestine’s lungs, but especially for Rosalee. Although it’s acting, I was ’bout worn out for my girl. Before we tackle tonight’s drama, look at this behind the scene moment Jurnee Smollett Bell shared on her Instagram. She and husband Josiah Bell […]

Lynn Whitfield stars as Lady Mae in Greenleaf on OWN. The legendary actress talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about her role on the show and how the cast decided to handle the story line of her character having an illicit relationship with her father. “I said that maybe this could be a healing […]

Most known for her time in Destiny’s Child, the Grammy-award winner has solidified her place in the acting world. LeToya Luckett has previously starred in Preacher’s Kid, From The Rough and Single Ladies, but it’s her current role on FOX’s Rosewood that’s got everyone talking. She talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about working […]

Let’s jump right in. We start off back in Louisville on the plantation where Daniel (Bokeem Woodbine) and his family live. He’s learned to read and write (an extremely dangerous skill for a slave) and professes his love for his wife by writing the word. As sweet as the gesture is, she immediately destroys all […]

The season premiere of the second season of Greenleaf airs today, March 15th and Merle Dandridge talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about what fans can expect from this season, the rumors of Rick Fox joining the cast as her new love interest and just how much the cast is a family off-screen. https://www.instagram.com/p/BRp2g9lhEOY/?taken-by=merledandridge&hl=en “You ain’t ready. It’s […]