Atlanta on FX is back this week and this time the fearsome foursome travel overseas. Before we take that trip, let’s look back at a few episodes that define the brilliance of the series.
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Nifty Grades for Grey: Three Reasons You Should Be Watching The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey Right Now
The new Apple TV Plus series has gotten off to a rousing start, and it looks like it’ll only get better. Here are three reasons why The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey is appointment television.
What’s It Four? Meh-king Sense of the Current Season of the Meandering Mrs. Maisel
There’s something different about this season of the Amazon Prime series. Something that needs to be fixed before the thrill of Mrs. Maisel is gone for good.
Saving Grace: The Time Lionel Richie Gave The Best Advice Ever on American Idol
I stopped watching American Idol a while ago. This clip, where Lionel Richie steps up to give advice to a legacy singer, put the show back on my radar.
I Got Big Dreams: Five Things About Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy Part One
There are three parts to Jeen-Yuhs: The Kanye Trilogy, and I’m not sure I’ll appreciate any part more than the first, where we got to see West’s origin story: the good, the bad and the genius.
Academy Award Tour: Six Oscar Nominated Films That Deserve Your Attention
Now that the nominations have been announced, it’s time to see who should win. Here are six projects that you should view before Hollywood’s Biggest Night.
The Sunday Stream
Bel-Air, the reimagining of the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, dropped on Peacock this weekend, and the first three episodes are like the relative you didn’t know you wanted to come visit. Let me explain.
History Happened: Seven More Black 90s Sitcoms You Might Not Remember
The 1990s were a great time for Black sitcoms. Until it wasn’t. Here are a few more shows you might not be aware even existed.
A Short Stop: When A Person Steeped in Scandal Made A Really Dope Speech On… Scandal
Columbus Short has proven to be a troubled soul. And it’s sad. Today we look back to when he was a gladiator in a suit, and exemplified Black excellence. A Black History television moment, indeed.
The Sunday Stream
The story about the rise and fall of one of this nation’s most iconic 90s cultural events–LA’s Phat Tuesdays–is finally ready for its closeup.