The last episode of Black-ish was an instant classic, addressing police brutality in a poignant, touching way. This week’s episode would invariably be a step down, but “Any Given Saturday” was decently funny, once again keeping the focus tight on the Johnson family.
GLAAD has announced its full list of nominees for the 27th Annual GLAAD Media Awards ahead of its events in Los Angeles on April 2nd and New York City on May 14th, 2016. The awards recognize and honor various branches of media for their outstanding representations of the LGBT community and the issues that affect their lives.
The roaring ’20s are back in the Black-ish finale, and it delivers in heart, charm and high-profile guests.
Junior becomes a big-r-republican with an even bigger-d-democrat Dad in an episode with a surprising amount of brains.
Mother’s day is here and Dre’s younger and [not so] ambiguously gay sister Rhonda that pops by for a visit. Raven Simone as Dre’s gay sister with a cat named “Kitty Lang?” Yeah, they’re bringin’ it this week.
With only a small handful of episodes to go in its freshman season, the team over on Black-ish seems to have gotten the memo that the show might need a little nudge to the finish line. This week, the pugnacious parenting pair – of course I mean Dre and Rainbow – are, shockingly, upset with something their kids are doing.
OMG Rainbow is pregnant!!! Not really, April Fools…but seriously, Black-ish is pretty fun this week, check it out.
Put down the laundry, stop paying bills, this episode is perfection and it’s more important than what you’re doing.
Zoe lands a boyfriend at school and, shock, Dre is upset! The rest is as predictable as it is boring.
Valentine’s Day is here and Dre has a perfect opportunity to screw it up — thank goodness he delivers.
Dre and the family weather the winter in style, hinting that this year “Black-ish” will really earn its stripes.
A new year brings new vitality to the show, coming back with a fresh perspective and all new laughs by the bucket.
Dre gives us a black Santa Claus, with a really sweet message along the way. Get ready for “Black-ish” to make you smile.
Leave your winter woes at the door, because the Black-ish team are back in top form and all about family this week.
The Johnsons face some mommy issues when Dre’s mother arrives. The problem is, she’s pretty dull and so is this episode.
With some of the humor lacking, and only a somewhat clever story, this week feels only slightly above being filler.
The show tackles a lofty premise: physically reprimanding kids…and they do it beautifully.
A round-up of the week’s TV News!