ABC's "black-ish" stars Marcus Scribner as Andre Jr., Tracee Ellis Ross as Rainbow, Marsai Martin as Diane, Anthony Anderson as Dre, Miles Brown as Jack, Laurence Fishburne as Pops and Yara Shahidi as Zoey. (Photo: ABC/Craig Sjodin)

5 Reasons To Watch ABC’s ‘black-ish’

ABC definitely is vying for your attention this fall. We know Thursday nights will never be the same as Shonda Rhimes–the brainchild behind ABC hits “Scandal” and “Grey’s Anatomy”—will debut “How to Get Away with Murder,” a new saucy drama starring Viola Davis. But before that historical TV moment takes place next week, the alphabet […]

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Jay Z, Beyonce Knowles, Solange Knowles and Beyonce's bodyguard leaving a Met gala afterparty. (Photo: E! News)

Speculation Ensues Following Solange-Jay Z Fight, Shonda Rhimes Signs New ABC Deal, Watch Clip for New ABC Show ‘Black-ish’ & More

While the world’s still trying to figure out what triggered Solange Knowles to go in on her brother-in-law, Jay Z, we’re reporting good news for ABC: Shonda Rhimes signed a four-year deal with ABC Studios and a new clip of the comedy “Black-ish” starring Anthony Anderson and Tracee Eliss Ross. Plus, there’s my watchlist and […]

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Samuel L. Jackson and Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon." (Photo: NBC)

Halle Berry’s CBS ‘Extant’ Teaser, Michael Strahan Joins ‘GMA,’ Samuel L. Jackson Does ‘Tonight Show’ & More

Happy Wednesday y’all! Some of the headlines making the rounds today: Michael Strahan’s presence with ABC continues to grow, Samuel L. Jackson’s recent late night TV show visit proves he’s still very cool and a new teaser for Halle Berry’s CBS thriller “Extant” is available. Check it all out plus more.

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‘Hannibal’: It’s All a Dream, and It Hurts

By Matt Zoller Seitz Serial killers are a stupefyingly dull cliche, a means for storytellers to wallow in art-directed gore without dealing with the reality of crime and violence. Hannibal the cannibal, the psychiatrist and serial killer created by Thomas Harris, is as played-out today as Freddy Krueger was in the early nineties, thanks to […]

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