The sixth and final season of Snowfall will return to FX on February 22 at 10 p.m. But, before Franklin Saint returns to the small screen–actor Damson Idris has broken the internet with pictures that seem to confirm that he is dating socialite and beauty entrepreneur–Lori Harvey.
Kirstie Alley appeared on television and the big screen for more than three decades. She recently fought a short battle with cancer.
Now one of the highest-paid actors in Hollywood, Dwayne Johnson stopped by a Hawaii 7-Eleven to right some past wrongs.
Academy Award-nominated director Quentin Tarantino defended the use of the N-word in his films specifically 'Django Unchained,' where it was said more than 100 times.
When Stranger Things was released to Netflix in 2016, the sci-fi show had viewers in a chokehold. The series, which centered around young teens and their journey through a mysterious underworld, was an instant hit. But, for one star, even at 14 years old, he knew that his experience wasn’t the same as his co-stars.
Star Wars and The Woman King star John Boyega went viral this week for sharing his dating preferences. In a recent interview with British GQ, the star shared that he only looks for a Black romantic partner.
As just the second Black actress to win an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress, Sheryl Lee Ralph stunned the audience by singing a verse from “Endangered Species,” by jazz singer Diane Reeves.
The late actor Chadwick Boseman received a Creative Emmy Award on Saturday for his voiceover role as T'Challa in the Marvel animated anthology series "What If..?" His widow, Taylor Simone Ledward, accepted on his behalf at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California.
Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck’s official wedding festivities took place this weekend at a Georgia estate owned by Affleck which has been called an “imitation plantation.”
Comedian Mo’NIque has settled her lawsuit with Netflix where she accused the streaming giant of racial and sexual discrimination for making her a lowball offer of $500,000 for a one-hour comedy special on the service.
Idris Elba will star and serve as executive producer for "Hijack", a new series done for Apple TV+. The series is the first project borne of the partnership deal between Elba's Green Door Productions and the streaming platform.
Earlier this week, the Academy Award-winning actress stirred up controversy after weighing in on the online debate regarding whether or not Black women should be wearing bonnets in public.; agreeing that Black women should not wear their bonnets outside the home.