“Blood, Sweat & Heels” is really trying a lot of folks’ patience. Members of Black Twitter have complained that the show seems to focus more on the six cast members’ social lives and inner friction instead of the inner-workings of their career.
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If you still haven’t checked out the latest episode of “Saturday Night Live,” you may want to give it a gander. Though the show was thought to be a coming out of sorts for “SNL’s” newest cast member Sasheer Zamata it was rapper Drake who stole the show.
Had he lived, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would have celebrated his 85th birthday on January 15. Thanks to the effort of his late wife Coretta Scott King, family members, friends and countless others, today marks the 18th anniversary of the observation of his birth as a federal holiday.
What happens when you get Ice Cube and Kevin Hart together with XFINITY? Laughs.
There’s no question that Lupita Nyong’o is hot! The 30-year-old Oscar nominee has been getting major play since debuting in “12 Years a Slave” last fall.
Oscar fever is in full effect! The nominees have officially been announced and though “American Hustle” and “Gravity” lead the pack with 10 nods each, “12 Years a Slave” earned nine.
Watching “American Horror Story: Coven” I can’t help but think that these are the saddest bunch of witches I’ve ever seen. If you’ve been following my posts about “Coven,” then you’re familiar with my constantly asking, “What type of witches are these?”
Last night’s episode of “Being Mary Jane” served as a reminder of something we often forget: people, including ourselves, can be very complex.
It was with a heavy heart and a big box of tissues that fans bid adieu to the Showtime hit drama “Dexter,” after eight seasons on the air last fall. There were many discussions about whether or not our favorite serial killer, played by Michael C Hall, got the ending that he deserved, but it can’t be denied that millions tuned in week after week to see who would be the next person to end up shrink wrapped to his table.
Like most people, when I think of Richard Roundtree, the first image that comes to mind is as kick-ass detective John Shaft from the 1970s “Shaft” films. And I’m not the only one. Roundtree–who played film’s first black private eye–is often met by adoring fans who want to encapsulate him in the Blaxploitation persona. But there’s so much more to him.