The side-splitting British comedy returns and we can’t wait to see what boy crazy Tracey gets up to in the new season. Haven’t seen the first season? Well, there’s still time to catch up.
Starring Diana Ross and Michael Jackson, 1978 film The Wiz remains one of the most iconic Black movies to this day. The Wiz was based on the 1974 Broadway musical of the same name, which was based on the children’s book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
Baz Luhrmann’s Bronx-based show makes it return, entering a new era of music and pop culture.
It’s easy to get lost in this series as the titular character fights to save Harlem, but Luke Cage is more than a show about a superhero. It’s an unapologetically black show about black culture with a Marvel twist. Oh, and the soundtrack is insane.
We really need Olivia Pope to fix things, right now. Man, oh man, how we wish she were real.
Nina Simone’s beauty and blackness were always present in her work and Simone remained unapologetically black even in the face of an industry that regularly told her she wasn’t good enough. What Happened, Miss Simone? isn’t just a documentary, but a guide