This Is Us has always had a way with characters. And words. This week’s episode, “Miguel,” was another masterclass, and another reason why I’ll miss this show so much.
This past weekend’s Easter Verzuz was an incredible reminder of the power of music. And memories. Both BeBe and CeCe and Tina and Erica will always be my faves. Forever.
This list is very unofficial, but also very necessary. There are five standout television performances that deserve praise now, and definitely in September.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
The new series of animated shorts on Disney Junior/Plus, Rise Up Sing Out, featuring music from The Roots, might just be the best thing happening this month.
There are no greater creative forces in the world than Black women. Today let’s take a look at thirteen that are changing the faces of television.