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The cast of beloved sitcom “A Different World,” which highlighted the Black college experience during its run in the 80s and 90s, has reunited for a 10-city HBCU tour. Starting on February 29 at the Atlanta University Center, this initiative aims to promote enrollment and raise scholarship funds for historically Black colleges and universities. Key […]

Queen Latifah is back to hosting duties for the next NAACP Image Awards. Latifah last hosted the ceremony in 2023, when Angela Bassett took home Entertainer of the Year. At this year’s ceremony. Amanda Gorman will be presented with the Chairman’s Award, bestowed in recognition of individuals who demonstrate exemplary public service and use their […]

Dominique Fishback, an Emmy and BAFTA nominee known for her remarkable roles in film and television, is set to be honored with the inaugural Culture Certified award by The Creative Collective during their first-ever Creative Class celebration. This award aims to recognize Black talents, both established and emerging, who have made significant contributions to shaping […]

The documentary “Where is Wendy Williams?” by Lifetime will proceed with its scheduled airing this weekend, following a New York court’s dismissal of an attempt to block its broadcast. The court ruled that preventing the documentary from airing would constitute an “impermissible prior restraint on speech,” violating the First Amendment. The documentary, set to be […]

Apple TV’s animated special “Snoopy Presents: Welcome Home, Franklin” explores the origin story of Franklin, the first Black character in the “Peanuts” comic strip, showcasing his initial encounter with Charlie Brown and the rest of the gang. The special addresses a long-overdue focus on Franklin, introduced in 1968 by “Peanuts” creator Charles Schulz following a […]

Danielle Ponder, an international R&B/soul artist, has been chosen to create and perform the theme song for the new Apple TV+ series “Manhunt.” Announced via X (previously Twitter), the series is a conspiracy thriller that delves into the pursuit of John Wilkes Booth following the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, aiming to illuminate aspects of this […]

Killer Mike appeared on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on Monday, performing a gospel-inflected version of “Exit 9” from his latest solo album, “MICHAEL.” This appearance comes after an eventful week for the rapper, who won three rap Grammys and experienced a brief detainment by police under unclear circumstances. “MICHAEL” marks Killer Mike’s first […]

With viewership was up 7% from last year’s record-setting broadcast. Super Bowl LVIII, is officially the most-watched program in television history. The broadcast, which featured the Kansas City Chiefs defeating the San Francisco 49ers, 25-22 in overtime, drew in 123.4 million average viewers across all platforms, including CBS Television Network, Paramount+, Nickelodeon, Univision, and CBS […]

Carl Weathers, known for his roles in iconic films such as the “Rocky” series and “Happy Gilmore,” made a poignant appearance in a Super Bowl advertisement for FanDuel, despite his recent passing at age 76. Before turning to acting, Weathers had a brief stint as a linebacker with the Oakland Raiders in the early 1970s. […]

Eve Jihan Cooper memoir, Who’s That Girl?, will come out September 17 from Hanover Square Press, written in collaboration with Kathy Iandoli, the critically acclaimed hip-hop journalist and author. Eve made history when her solo debut album Let There Be Eve…Ruff Ryders’ First Lady, topped the Billboard 200, the third female rapper to do so. She […]

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