“Beauty” is heavily inspired by Whitney Houston’s story but by no means should be considered a “Dreamgirls” take on the legend’s life.
As Sam guests directs a show in San Francisco, Max is tasked with watching the ever moody Duke.
In The Chi’s return, at least 8 or so months have passed, and in that time, Chicago may not have changed, but the people we know have.
As The Chi continues to prune and grow, you can see it is fearless as it pursues avoiding routine and stagnancy.
Ronnie finds a lead on Kiesha case that brings Nina to tears as Kevin goes on a date, and we bring more focus to Douda’s mayoral campaign.
After addressing Brandon, “The Chi” addresses the multiple younger characters who are teenagers, or are doing their best to grip with pending adulthood.
Queen & Slim shows we are truly in a golden age when it comes to media focused on Black lives made by Black people.
Season 2 of The Chi, despite issues caused by Jason Mitchell, retains the vibe of being a high-brow urban drama which balances both the dark and beauty of an urban area.
Creator of The Chi, Lena Waithe, speaks out on Jason Mitchell, how things were handled, and how they will affect season 3
Everyone struggles to either grow up, find stability, or just not succumb to the bad side of Chicago.