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" […]
On this year’s National Voter Registration Day, stars were creative with their pleas that fans vote.
Demi and Bruce, Justin and Jessica .... these pics from Emmys past look a lot different from this year's socially distant event.
The event, also featuring Sanaa Lathan and Alfre Woodard, will be directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood and hosted by Lena Waithe.
Comedy Central has nabbed animated series Jodie, a spinoff of MTV’s iconic Daria, with Tracee Ellis Ross voicing the main character and executive producing. The series, from creator and head writer Grace Edwards and MTV Studios, will be paired with Comedy Central's flagship series, South Park. This is the first major move in a programming […]
Celebrities are joining the fight to bring justice to Breonna Taylor's family.
Tracee Ellis Ross co-stars in a star-studded spot that's unsettling in far different ways than its Kubrickian predecessor.
The host delivered major fashion moments in African-American designer duds you won't be able to take your eyes off of.
How does Tracee Ellis Ross maintain her fit figure when she isn’t acting, hosting, or making us laugh? “Black-ish” returns for season 5 on October 16th and she’s hosting the American Music Awards on October 9th, but Ross certainly hasn’t been slacking with her time off. How she stays in shape in three words: Tracy Anderson Method.
The actress is wearing Nike "to applaud them for supporting Colin Kaepernick and his protest against racial injustice and police brutality.”
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.
Yara Shahidi has graduated high school. Yara Shahidi is officially a high school graduate. The star’s future is bright as she announced on Tuesday that she’ll be attending Harvard at the recommendation of former first lady Michelle Obama, who wrote her college recommendation.
Yara Shahidi is (almost) a graduate. No, Michelle Obama didn’t show up, but Yara Shahidi’s surprise graduation party on the set of Black-ish was still filled with pomp and circumstance. The 17-year-old actress, activist, and all-around ace was given a pre-graduation party on the set of the ABC show.
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.
In the cover story for the April issue of Health magazine, Tracee Ellis Ross opens up about growing to love her body and specifically, her butt. She tells the magazine, “I love my butt in a way I didn’t growing up. I really didn’t like it growing up,” Ross adds, “It was so much bigger than everyone else’s, and I wanted jeans to look the way they did on everyone else.”