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.
January 17th was James Earl Jones’ 91st birthday. Today as we celebrate his birthday, we also celebrate the man, the legend, the voice by recognizing a distinction only he can claim.
OWN’s The Kings of Napa got off to a fast start, setting up so many things in so little time. OK. But will it be able to keep up the pilot pace?
It’s hard to believe that Fame is turning 40 this year, which means it’s been around almost all of my life. What a time to be alive. Life is a celebration. Today we remember the name. Fame!
Two new Black sitcoms officially made their debut this past week on network television. Here’s to a strong start for ABC’s Abbott Elementary and NBC’s Grand Crew.
It’s a new year and with it comes a few series making their return during 2022’s first quarter. Check the list and prepare to welcome back some of your faves.
It’s been an incredible year for Black creatives and they deserve to be celebrated. This week’s Stream is a collection of some of my favorite peak Blackness entertainment from the past year.
This week is the series finale of the Black series that arguably changed television. This is a tribute post to Issa Rae and her awkward brilliance.
Instead of listing the top television shows of the year, let’s celebrate the actors that made an impact. These are my standout performers of 2021.
The Apple TV Plus series Swagger aired its season finale this week. So it’s time to talk about everything that made it one of the best television shows of 2021.