Tracee Ellis Ross attends the Legendary Style Soiree at Westside Cultural Arts Center in Atlanta, Georgia.

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The show is about an "upper middle-class Black man who struggles to raise his children with a sense of cultural identity."  

Sylvia Obell
May, 13, 2014

ABC has released the first clip of their newest comedy Black-ish staring Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson. 

The show is described as following the life of an "upper middle-class Black man who struggles to raise his children with a sense of cultural identity despite constant contradictions from his liberal wife, old-school father and his own assimilated, color-blind kids." 

In the funny clip, the pair's son tells them he wants an bar mitzvah. Press play to see Anderson, Ross, and Laurence Fishburne (who plays Anderson's father) react. 

We're pretty excited to see a Black family sitcom return to network television. Black-ish premieres this fall.