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The new trailer for the third season of “Atlanta” shows Paper Boi, Earn, Darius, and Van getting into a lot of what the European continent has to offer in all aspects.
Nia Long has signed on to the limited documentary series "Let The World See", which will have her reading excerpts from the memoir of Mamie Till-Mobley as the show documents her life and the events leading up to her decision to show the world how her son, Emmett Till was brutally murdered in Mississippi in 1955.
Best friends Tichina Arnold & Tisha Campbell hosted the 2021 Soul Train Awards at Harlem’s historic Apollo Theater, which aired on Sunday night (November 28).
On the latest episode of Charlamagne Tha God's new Comedy Central talk show, Kevin Hart joins in to discuss capitalism and the Black community as well as the racial wealth gap in addition to discussing his latest series for Netflix.
Wu-Tang: An American Saga, the TV series chronicling the rise of the Wu-Tang Clan has been renewed for a third season on Hulu, and it has been confirmed that this will also be the final season for the show.
The team behind ABC's "Black-ish" announced that former First Lady Michelle Obama will be making a guest appearance as herself on the show through social media on Thursday afternoon.
On Monday (Oct. 25) Amanda Seales took to her Instagram stories to debunk theories that she was a member of the Divine 9, revealing that she’s tired of people questioning whether she’s a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority in real life just because she plays Tiffany, a dedicated AKA soror on the HBO series.
In an interview, actress Issa Rae shared how one piece of advice that she got from a former co-worker about including a white character in her shows to gain greater attention proved to be on the money, and how she has since backed away from doing it as Insecure comes to an end after five successful seasons.
If you love drama, wild animals and white people train wrecks, you have a nice surprise coming to you by year’s end. Netflix is giving us a second season of its hick…I mean, hit docuseries Tiger King.
Malika Andrews gets the nod to host a new daily show dedicated to the NBA, replacing "The Jump" in the wake of the controversy over Rachel Nichols' leaked comments regarding former ESPN host and reporter Maria Taylor earlier this year.
New information has been released about what many of us who grew up on Black ’90s sitcoms consider the reboot to end all reboots.
Courtney B. Vance paid homage to the late actor in his acceptance speech this past Sunday at the Primetime Creative Emmy Awards.