Viewers praised the two-part election special Sunday night, which largely focused on voter suppression.
Kenya Barris has a lot on his plate already with three comedies in the "ish" universe already airing, as well as BlackAF on Netflix (not to mention his overall deal to create new content with the streamer in general) -- so what made him want to deliver a fourth "ish" series in "Old-ish," starring "Black-ish's" […]
The young actress is teaming up with the creators of the "got milk?" campaigns to encourage younger generations to do the same.
Kenya Barris explained why the controversial episode was pulled by ABC two years ago.
The "Please, Baby, Please" episode of "Black-ish," which was controversially shelved before airing by ABC due to its political content back in 2018, will finally make it to air on Hulu. "Black-ish" creator Kenya Barris shared the news in a statement Monday. “We were one year post-election and coming to the end of a year […]
Just because Netflix seems lightyears ahead, doesn’t mean its fellow streamers can’t catch-up.
Blue Ivy Carter is an NAACP Image Award winner at just 8 years old. The 51st annual NAACP Image awards held their non-televised dinner on Friday night ahead of the main ceremony on Saturday. Beyoncé dominated the music categories, picking up six wins, including outstanding female artist, album for "Homecoming: The Live Experience, soundtrack/compilation for […]
Tika Sumpter and Anders Holm are joining the growing "Black-ish" world, Variety has learned. They will both star in the upcoming prequel episode, which could reportedly launch into its own spinoff series. As earlier reported, ABC is in development on the prequel that would focus on Tracee Ellis Ross’ character Rainbow. Holm will play Paul, Rainbow’s father, […]
PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — Coming off a big night at the Grammys, Donald Glover and his alter-ego Childish Gambino were nominated Wednesday for five NAACP Image Awards.
The breakthrough representation of minorities in Hollywood blockbusters has ignited a frequently overlooked discussion about whether prejudice isn't just about the color of a person's skin, but the shade.
In her first TV series role, Oscar nominee Quvenzhané Wallis ( <em>Beasts of the Southern Wild</em>), is joining ABC’s <em> Black-ish</em> as a recurring, Wallis will play Kyra, Dre's (Anthony Anderson) young cousin who comes to stay with the family for a while after her mom can't take care of her. The episode will air in 2019. Created and executive produced by Kenya Barris, <em>Black-ish</em> tells the story of the Johnsons — an affluent African-American family struggling to raise their kids in the…
The actress is wearing Nike "to applaud them for supporting Colin Kaepernick and his protest against racial injustice and police brutality.”
ABC reportedly had "creative differences" with "Black-ish" creator Kenya Barris over the episode that tackled kneeling NFL players. We wonder, why?
How does Tracee Ellis Ross maintain her fit figure when she isn’t acting, hosting, or making us laugh? We have all your answers in this week’s episode of Off Season.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A jubilant Ava DuVernay was named entertainer of the year at an NAACP Image Awards ceremony that focused on the black community's power to create change.
'Grown-ish,' which follows Zoey Johnson to college, premiered back-to-back episodes Wednesday night, and it was hip, relevant and full of drug use.
'Black-ish' is no stranger to taking on tough topics like gun control, police brutality, and, in the most recent episode, postpartum depression.
'Black-ish' has built a reputation as one of TV’s most critically loved comedies in part by being unafraid to tackle social issues, particularly when it comes to race.
Time to start shopping for textbooks, Zoey: Your black-ish spinoff is officially coming to Freeform. TVLine has confirmed that the spinoff (which didn’t make ABC’s fall schedule) has landed a 13-episode order at the youth-skewing cable network, with a planned early 2018 debut. And it’s landed a new name, too: college-ish. Which makes sense, since it follows […]
On the season finale of “Black-ish,” preeclampsia forced the Johnsons to have their baby two months early. The reality of the situation was understandably almost too much for Dre and Bow to take.