When “Blood, Sweat & Heels” star Demetria Lucas said she was “sometimes disappointed in how we behaved,” last night’s episode showed me what she meant.
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Ask anyone familiar with local TV news in Chicago, and they will tell you that Tamron Hall’s success is no fluke. Prior to joining MSNBC in 2007, Hall spent 10 years at Fox affiliate WFLD, most of that time as a popular morning show co-anchor.
Political analyst Joy-Ann Reid will soon make her debut as a television host on MSNBC, it was announced on Monday.
he “Murder She Wrote” reboot starring Octavia Spencer has been canned, according to Deadline.com. In October, news broke that the Oscar-winning actress would star in an updated version of the beloved, long-running CBS series that starred Angela Lansbury as amateur sleuth J.B. Fletcher.
The cast for the “Brawn vs. Brains vs. Beauty” concept was released by CBS this afternoon and includes the president of MLB’s Miami Marlins, a former NBA player, an MMA fighter, and a San Francisco 49ers cheerleader…
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.
Happy 2014! I know it’s been a while, and like the show’s we all love, I took a winter hiatus from my column. It’s all good because now there’s plenty to talk about, especially in TV news.
Drama, high heels and career-minded women made Sunday night extra special for Bravo and the ladies of “Blood, Sweat & Heels.” The reality show debuted with 2.5 million viewers–the highest-rated series premiere in the network’s history.
“Saturday Night Live” has bolstered the ranks of its writing staff with two African-American women as part of a recent and much-scrutinized diversity effort, a spokeswoman for the program confirmed.
Strong black woman is a phrase that many people either utter with pride or cringe at its very mentioning. Whether you embrace or reject it, one thing’s for sure: there’s a growing number of them on TV.