“Black-ish” has never been afraid to go all-in on tough storytelling topics, but in this fourth season alone the show has tackled everything from the details behind the end of slavery that are not often taught in schools, to the deeper meaning behind soul food, to postpartum depression and a diabetes diagnosis. “This year was […]
The stunningly realistic mural was painted by a London artist who claims he didn't even know who the "Grown-ish" star was at first.
"Black-ish just did the best 'Get Out' bit I’ve seen so far," Peele said after the ABC sitcom episode took a trip to the Sunken Place.
'Black-ish' is no stranger to taking on tough topics like gun control, police brutality, and, in the most recent episode, postpartum depression.
A Hamilton-inspired Black-ish suggested it would be better to replace the increasingly maligned Columbus Day with a new national holiday on June 19, Juneteenth.
'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.
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.
Chris Brown made a special guest appearance on Black-ish Wednesday night as a rapper named Rich Youngsta. Dre (Anthony Anderson) brought Rich Youngsta in to be in a commercial for Uvo Champagne. In the ad Dre created, Rich Youngsta was pouring Uvo on things to make them better.
On this week’s Black-ish, Bow’s pregnancy was revealed at the hospital, while Dre came to the realization that the time he spent with Zoey when she was an infant is what made her his favorite of the Johnson kids. When he declares his desire for paternity leave, the un-woke bros at his office had a field day, equating “paternity leave” with “lady stuff” and firing a barrage of emasculating barbs — so much so that Dre decided against taking the time off.
While many high school students ask a teacher, boss, or close family friend to write a college recommendation letter for them, "Black-ish" actress Yara Shahidi went straight to the top and asked … Michelle Obama. The two became acquainted at events promoting women’s education and formed a bond.
On ‘Black-ish,’ Bow wanted to set a positive example for Diane by giving her a black role model in the form of a doll, but when offered only two black options amongst the hundreds of white dolls, Bow was less than enthused. Sadie Crawford, the runaway slave who could “sort of” read was one of the options and Bow couldn’t help but feel like a slave just wasn’t really the role model she wanted for her daughter. Why not choose from so many other unoppressed role models — Josephine Baker, Dorothy Dandridge, Shonda Rhimes, Misty Copeland, Michelle Obama?
On Wednesday’s Black-ish, Dre wrestled with how to handle his anger issues. After a freakout about coupons, Rainbow told Dre that he needed to go to therapy. After a second explosion about shoes, Dre reluctantly met with Rainbow’s trusted therapist, who quickly exposed some raw nerves about his childhood, leaving Dre on the verge of tears.
The timing for Tuesday night’s episode of Black-ish could not be more shrewd: Arriving after both President Obama’s final speech to the nation and President-Elect Trump’s first press conference, the episode, titled “Lemons” deals frankly with the new political reality. Set eight weeks after the election results, “Lemons,” written by show creator Kenya Barris, finds the Johnson finally still shell-shocked that Hillary Clinton was defeated by Donald Trump.
If you’re looking to get in the Halloween spirit, just keep your TV tuned in to ABC. The network — which kicks off its primetime celebration of the holiday Oct. 19 at 8 p.m. with a 50th anniversary airing of It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown — has a long history of great Halloween episodes (thank you, Roseanne). But it was in 2010 that the network decided to make it a true tradition for its family sitcoms.
As we enter Emmy season — nomination voting runs through June 27 — Yahoo TV spotlighted performances, writing, and other contributions that we feel deserve recognition. Emmy nominations will be announced July 14. The Emmy Awards will air live Sept. 18 on ABC.
Anthony Anderson could earn his second Emmy nomination for an episode that reminded us how well comedies can tackle serious issues.
On Thursday’s Conan, Tracee Ellis Ross shared her extreme love for Snapchat. O'Brien is known for his red pompadour so she picked a filter that turned him into a tomato, making his face match his hair. Andy Richter joined in on the action.
On Tuesday’s Conan, Wanda Sykes shared her recent battle with nature. Sykes described being covered in “oil dropping” from the skunk. Soon Sykes found herself being doused with water and tomato juice by a friend.
The answers are revealing when the stars of ABC's new and returning shows get to ask each other one random question.
Anthony Anderson’s Mom Gives Best ‘Celebrity Family Feud’ Answer The Braxtons faced the Andersons to kick off Celebrity Family Feud. Blackish star Anthony Anderson’s mother, Doris, had a very clever answer to the question “Name something a nude magician might pull a rabbit out of.”