Happy Monday and all that good stuff. There’s much buzzing taking place around the globe, including speculation about who Lupita Nyong’o is really booed up with, “Saturday Night Live’s” parody of “Scandal” and Black Twitter’s ongoing introduction to mainstream America
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Black History Month may be over but the Smithsonian Channel’s commitment to feature programming sharing the African American experience marches on.
For nearly two decades, German filmmaker Dag Freyer had a deep desire to share the stories of black American G.I.s and Afro-Germans who lived in his homeland during World War II.
What a year to remember. The 2013-2014 film season will undoubtedly go down as a highlight for black TV and film. Lupita Nyong’o won her Oscar as did Steve McQueen, as a producer for “12 Years a Slave,” and John Ridley for penning that movie’s screenplay.
Lifetime sure knows how to keep black women tuning in. This time the women’s network has tapped an all-star cast led by Oscar and Golden Globe winner Whoopi Goldberg and Ving Rhames, also a Golden Globe recipient, for its original production of “A Day Late and a Dollar Short.”
“12 Years a Slave” screenwriter John Ridley is clearing the air about his alleged snub of director Steve McQueen at the Academy Awards.
The 86th Academy Awards definitely was one for the history books!
Arsenio Hall may have been gone from late night TV for 20 years but one thing’s for sure: he still has a great sense of humor.
There were plenty of memorable moments from the two-hour season finale of BET’s newest hit, “Being Mary Jane.” But only one was the standout for me. Read more to learn why.
The first half of Scandal’s season 3 made season 2 look like child’s play with the ever-escalating drama.