Rolling Stone remade their list of the 100 Greatest Shows of All Time. Tap in to see if your favorite show made the cut!

Mike Evans’ eldest daughter Carlena Evans is fighting tooth and nail to protect the show’s wholesome legacy. The post Daughter Of ‘Good Times’ Co-Creator Secures Rights To Show, Talks Importance Of The Black Family On Screen appeared first on NewsOne.

Actress Ja’net Dubois who most notably starred in the 70’s TV show “Good Times” as Willona Woods has passed away. The 74-year-old reportedly passed away in her sleep on Tuesday at her home in Glendale, California. The TV star hadn’t complained of any specific health issues lately, and had even made a few public appearances. […]

Many people remember the popular series Good Times for the “Dynomite!” yelling character J.J. Evans. In a recent Entertainment Weekly Untold Stories special, black-ish creator Kenya Barris discussed the legacy of the show with one of its executive producers, Norman Lear. When talking about the actor that played J.J., Jimmie Walker, Lear explained, “I knew that the role could […]

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The team behind Black-ish is prepping another episode that’s sure to have everyone talking for the season 2 finale. Black-ish is continuing to build up the buzz surrounding the series (especially coming off of the episode about police brutality), and the cast will be paying homage to another Black TV family. According to Shadow And […]

Some of the cast members from the 70s TV show ‘Good Times’ are trying to raise money for a movie based on the show. A Kickstarter campaign started by John Amos(James Evans), Jimmie Walker (J.J.), Ralph Carter (Michael), Bern Nadette Stanis (Thelma), and Ja’Net Dubois (Willona) is up now and accepting donations. The campaign needs […]

Legendary actor John Amos finally talks about his experience on Good Times and why he was fired.

The Hollywood Reporter and an obituary by the Auclair Funeral Home in Fall River, Massachusetts announced the death of actor Alton “Ben” Powers. No cause…


Another day, another poor excuse for a Black movie in the works. This time, Hollywood has set its sights on demolishing the good name of…

Over the years there have been several African American sitcoms to grace to TV screen.  Check out our gallery that pays tribute to those sitcoms: