In the first half of season 1, Jada Pinkett-Smith revives Red Table Talk and gives us the type of show you wish was in the headlines for more than sensationalized topics.
Vida for STARZ is perhaps the first show it has had, in a long time, which makes it a network worth subscribing to.
The Chi acts as a bridge between the 80s – 00s Black Renassiance to the modern one by reviving familiar stories, continuing ones that got cut short, as well as featuring characters who were seldom seen or heard.
Over the course of 18 characters, Anna Deavere Smith doesn’t just present a masterclass in acting but also understanding the various aspects of the school to prison pipeline.
The End of the F***ing World is undoubtedly Netflix’s first big hit of the year, and one of the few which may not be overhyped.
Big Mouth strangely finds a way to present the vulgarity of one of its few peers, South Park, alongside having the type of heart that the Disney Channel has recently afforded its shows.
The Bold Type is the perfect mold between FreeForm’s primary focus and that of its former identity, ABC Family. We get both FreeForm’s obsession with young, modelesque young adults while we get what ABC Family did best. Which is pushing [Read More]
After the still fairly recent NWA movie, Straight Outta Compton, you might think the world was done putting the spotlight on Dr. Dre. However, there is always more to a story than even a two and a half hour biopic [Read More]