I’m going go out on a limb and declare Amber Riley and her pro partner Derek Hough as “Dancing with the Stars” Season 17 winners.
Editor Archive: Aisha I. Jefferson
With the popularity of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” and its subsequent spinoffs, Bravo continues to offer reality TV entertainment centered around the friendships–and drama– of black women.
I called it again it seems. A month ago, I wrote that “this thing between Chalky White and Daughter Maitland will probably cause him more grief than pleasure.”
I called it! I said Olivia Pope’s mother, Maya Lewis, was most likely still alive and in the final seconds of last night’s episode we found she was still breathing—in a maximum security prison.
Last night’s episode of “American Horror Story: Coven” delivered as always but still left me scratching my head occasionally. Queenie, Zoe and Nan, hoping to find answers behind Madison’s disappearance, find an Ouija board in the house only to discover there’s a nefarious ghost trapped in the house.
Most Americans—and by most I mean I— became familiar with Eamonn Walker from his role as Muslim inmate Kareem Said on HBO’s groundbreaking series, “Oz.”
I was unsure if my girl (yes, we have yet to meet but she’s my girl) Amber Riley was going to go home during Monday’s “Dancing with the Stars.” As judge Carrie Ann Inaba noted, Riley “set the standard for this competition so, so very high” but her quickstep with partner Derek Hough was her worse performance of the season.
It’s on! If you’ve been keeping up with HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire” then you know that the beef between Chalky White and Dr. Valentin Narcisse just got real.
Olivia Pope’s mother made her onscreen debut during last night’s “Scandal” episode! She appeared, as expected, during a flashback scene where she said goodbye to a then-12-year-old Liv for the last time (so, we think…LOL—it’s “Scandal.”)
Well, I will say this about “American Horror Story: Coven,” Fiona Goode will go out one of two ways: submitting to the new Supreme Witch or die fighting it. That’s how I see it because that’s one sneaky … witch.