Although I might be in the minority of black people, I am willing to admit that I love ABC’s reboot of Roseanne. I haven’t watched a single episode—nor do I plan to—but I like the idea that it exists.
Somehow, I didn’t realize that This Is Us had returned to my Tuesday nights. The last episode I saw was THE episode where Jack [CENSORED]. You know what? “[CENSORED]” means died. Bought the farm. Kicked the bucket. And any other euphemism for dying you can think of. Anyway, on Facebook, I saw somebody mention this…
At a recent meeting of Time’s Up, the initiative spearheaded by Hollywood actresses with the aim of addressing sexual assault and workplace harassment and inequality, there was a lot said about Tracee Ellis Ross getting paid “significantly less” than her Black-ish co-star Anthony Anderson.
After last night, the ABC show Black-ish should change its name to Black-AF. Kenya Barris and crew decided that they wanted the crown for blackest prime-time television episode of all time (appropriately titled “Juneteenth”) and basically created a live-action version of a super-black episode of Family Guy complete…
The golden era of black TV continues to shine, shine, shine. Viola Davis, the cryingest, actingest actress on the scene today, is teaming up with sublime producer Larry Wilmore on a new comedy picked up by ABC, according to reports.
Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder all make their return on fall TV on Sept. 28, but you don’t have to wait that long to get teased about what may or may not be happening on your favorite addictive shows.
Shonda Rhimes, probably the most prolific TV producer in the history of ABC, is moving on and taking her ShondaLand productions to Netflix. But don’t fret—some of your favorite shows, like Grey’s Anatomy, will continue to air on ABC while Rhimes’ new slate of shows head to Netflix.
For years, many people have wondered when there would be a black bachelor or bachelorette on ABC’s popular dating show. Well, probably not many people. But just in case you’re one of those who were wondering, meet 31-year-old attorney Rachel Lindsay, the first black woman to be cast as the next bachelorette.
You can't touch Annalise (or her crew), and after another intense episode of How to Get Away With Murder, we discovered seven moments that reveal why you can't touch them. You can dive into the recap, but the short answer? You can't even come close to them because so much of what they do comes straight up out of the…
The Keating Five are back with the top mean girl herself, professor Annalise Keating (played by Viola Davis) in the ABC hit How to Get Away With Murder.