Want to know why events like the ABFF Awards, a Golden Globe Award-styled ceremony that honors black achievement in television and film, exist? Because Hollywoodn’t. That cleverly stated phrase may seem simplistic, but 20 years ago, it led Jeff Friday to create the American Black Film Festival and, this year, the ABFF Awards (also called […]
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.
Will Packer about what he hopes the show accomplishes, its content and the n-word.
Last week, several gladiators were on the brink of turning in their armor, disappointed with the turn the show had taken since returning from its mid-season break two weeks ago. Well, Thursday’s “Scandal” episode may have them rethinking going AWOL.
Plenty of news for today including a possible “School Daze” sequel, billionaire newlyweds making a big contribution, two successful filmmakers teaming for a girls-themed film and more drama surrounding “The Real Housewives of Atlanta”–as if that’s anything new. Keep reading to get the deets from my black entertainment roundup.
Fidelity seemed to be the name of the game on the latest episode of BET’s “Being Mary Jane.” It’s actually been the theme from jump, particularly looking at Mary Jane Paul’s life.
What happens when you get Ice Cube and Kevin Hart together with XFINITY? Laughs.
Bounce TV, the black-oriented network launched by Martin Luther King III and others, will offer special programming throughout February in honor of Black History Month.