Season 3, Episode 11 – Black-ish is back for its winter premiere! After Bow catches Diane looking at porn online, she and Dre worry about their kids’ internet habits, eventually trying to ban all devices.
Season 3, Episode 10 – It’s Christmastime at the Johnson household. The holiday brings old friends (a returning Tyra Banks as Dre’s best friend Gigi) and new challenges, as Dre can’t deal with the fact that it’s Zoey’s last holiday before she goes to college.
As we head into a season of indie films and critical darlings fighting for a few awards season nominations, the 2017 People’s Choice Awards has released their list of nominees, celebrating the big hits that gained pop culture notoriety over the past year.
Season 3, Episode 4 – In a funny, edgy episode, Dre lets his guard down, deciding that black people don’t need to be scared of getting arrested for interacting with white people. Of course, it backfires, but the way the show tackled some interesting issues made me remember why this show is special.
Season 3, Episode 3 – Dre wants to continue Obama’s legacy by getting another black man elected to his office, so he becomes Junior’s campaign manager as Junior runs for Class President. Meanwhile, Pops, Johan and Jack want to sit out all elections, while Bow helps Zoey with her college applications.
Season 3, Episode 1 – Black-ish returns for its third season with a half-hour long commercial for Disney World, as the Johnson family visits the theme park, conveniently forgetting about Dre’s financial problems that were at the center of last season’s finale.
Jimmy Kimmel hosted the 68th Primtime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday in a swiftly-paced event that saw plenty of perennial favorites take home statues, including Game of Thrones and Veep, as well as some first-time wins for stars Kate McKinnon, Rami Malek, and Tatiana Maslany. See the full list of winners from television’s biggest night.
The Emmy-nominated comedy Black-ish is adding another high-profile guest star to their roster. Orange is the New Black star Lorraine Toussaint has been tapped to appear on the sitcom as the sister of Laurence Fishburne’s character, Pops.
The Television Critics Association held their 32nd awards show this weekend, where The People V. OJ Simpson continued their awards success. They entered the event tied with Mr. Robot for the most nominations.
This year’s nominations included the usual appearances from House Of Cards, Game Of Thrones, and Modern Family as well as attention for newcomers like Mr. Robot, The Night Manager, and Master Of None.
ABC has finally revealed their fall premiere dates. While we watched the other networks announced their start dates over the past couple of weeks, ABC took a little bit longer as they made their decisions.
Dre rediscovers his love for Junior after meeting his new friends, the titular super rich kids Wes and Kevin. Dre’s always worried that he and Junior have nothing in common, but Wes and Kevin wear fresh sneakers, discuss rapper feuds, and use cool slang. In other words, they’re mini Dres.
This week’s episode dealt with the legacy of The Cosby Show. Even though the show was fake, the dreams it made were real. Dre was largely raised by TV, and The Cosby Show showed him that it was possible for someone who looked like him to have an ideal family, with two loving parents who had amazing careers.
The winners of the entertainment and children’s programming Peabody Awards were announced on Friday, and Netflix proved yet again that it has become a force to be reckoned with.
The Peabody Awards’ Board of Jurors have announced the 60 finalists for 2015 and of these finalists 30 will be honored at the 75th anniversary Peabody ceremony hosted by Keegan-Michael Key on May 21 in New York.
In the opening of this week’s Black-ish, Dre and Bow are barely holding it together as parents. They sent Jack to school with medical waste instead of lunch, Junior’s shirt has a giant iron mark on the back, and they straight up forget about Diane.
Last week, The Dolby Theater was infiltrated by a slew of popular television shows, their stars, and their fans for a series of panels. Here’s the complete recap and analysis from this year’s Paleyfest.