Tone Bell talks with XFINITY about varying comedic tastes, what it’s like being a young black man in Hollywood and the difference between Richard Pryor’s fans and Bill Cosby’s fans.
En Vogue members Terry Ellis and Cindy Herron talk to me about whether the Jones and Robinson will rejoin the group, meeting Bill Cosby and the current state of the music industry.
The list of sexual abuse claims against the once beloved comedian continue to grow.
MC Lyte touched on several topics during her sit down with me after the “SALUTE HER” reception including the myth (yes, myth) that black women can’t get along, whether hip-hop artists like Iggy Azalea should address the “plight of black people” and Bill Cosby.
Usher talks about his “The UR Experience” Tour and “The Voice”; See Mr. and Mrs. Carter this weekend and Lifetime’s Aaliyah biopic gets an air date. Plus, there’s my watchlist and what’s hot (Liya Kebede in L’Oreal Paris’s latest campaign) and not (Jennifer Lopez’s “Booty” video).
Wayne Brady is one very talented brother and if you watched the latest episode of BET’s “Being Mary Jane” you got a sample of his genius.
Here’s a list of the Top 10 Streampix picks for Black History month, including a pair of classic Spike Lee joints, along with vehicles for superstar stand-up comics-turned-actors Richard Pryor, Bill Cosby and Chris Rock.
he “Murder She Wrote” reboot starring Octavia Spencer has been canned, according to Deadline.com. In October, news broke that the Oscar-winning actress would star in an updated version of the beloved, long-running CBS series that starred Angela Lansbury as amateur sleuth J.B. Fletcher.
A much-anticipated remake of the classic comedy “Uptown Saturday Night,” starring Will Smith and Denzel Washington, is still in the works, according to a new report from Variety.
It was 30 years ago when he last filmed a concert special. Now he’s gone and done it again. “Bill Cosby: Far From Finished” finds this king of comedy onstage in Cerritos, Calif., where he rules for the 90-minute special airing Saturday on Comedy Central (8 p.m. EST).