Whether you’re looking for a new banger or an old fave, there’s plenty with Black characters worth watching on streaming this holiday season. The post The Blackest Binge-Worthy Shows To Watch Over The Holidays appeared first on NewsOne.
Comedian Roy Wood Jr. joins the pod for this episode of Small Doses with Amanda Seales to talk political comedy and leaving "The Daily Show." The post Small Doses With Amanda Seales: Roy Wood Jr. Talks Leaving The Daily Show And His Next Moves appeared first on NewsOne.
Boots Riley is gearing up to release the dark-comedy "I'm A Virgo" at this year's SXSW Film & TV Festival. The hilarious seven-episode series follows the life of Cootie, a 13-foot-tall young Black man in Oakland. The post ‘I’m A Virgo’: Boots Riley To Release New Coming Of Age Comedy Series appeared first on NewsOne.
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. The post 8 Times Barbara Walters Interviewed Notable Black People appeared first on NewsOne.
Iconic sitcom "A Different World," which turns 35 this year, has had a lasting influence on HBCUs. The post ‘A Different World’ 35th Anniversary: How The Iconic HBCU Sitcom Still Influences Black Culture appeared first on NewsOne.
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.
CBS decided to take a different tack after announcing "The Activist" reality TV contest, which would trivialize important causes and got dragged across social media for being a performative dumpster fire of an idea.
Black Twitter offered a real-time review of BET's movie, "Karen," a horror flick about a racist, privileged and entitled white woman and her new Black neighbors.
"The Activist," an upcoming CBS reality TV show featuring activists competing on social media for likes and shares where the winner gets their cause backed by world leaders while the losing causes just lose, is ironically not being greeted warmly on social media.
We found 7 quotes from "The Wire" that speak directly to the black experience not only in Baltimore but the entire country as well.