I spoke with Brice Johnston the morning after he found himself on the wrong side of the numbers and asked him about immunity idol clues, why he didn’t side with LJ and Jeremiah, and the mental state of the Brains tribe…
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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.
Eugenio Derbez guest stars on the Charlie Sheen comedy “Anger Management” on FX
Last Week: Morgan proved to be a good liar, David and Garrett were booted with votes that came down to the wire, and J’Tia threw her tribe’s rice away.
Happy Hump Day me gente and welcome to another fabulous night of television. Let’s kick off our night with a little “Arrow” on the CW at 8pm.
¡Llegó el momento de saber quién será el próximo presidente de El Salvador! Sigue de cerca la cobertura de este evento decisivo con programas especiales durante toda esta semana.
While on the surface, USA’s hit legal drama “Suits” isn’t the first show to come to mind when you think of gay-centric television, star Sarah Rafferty, who plays the self-possessed Donna Paulson, shared a few reasons why the series has more of a gay sensibility than one initially might realize.
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.”