This year was huge for cinematic and entertaining shows that moved us. Check out a list of our favorite 2022 TV shows inside. 

Jordyn Woods may have the biggest comeback of 2019! She is receiving numerous offers from businesses wanting to work with her since her #RedTableTalk interview. According to the @Blast, Jordyn “has been flooded with calls from companies who want to get their brands seen with the star”.   Jordyn has been receiving so much public […]

According to Variety, the company is launching a television production division. The entertainment firm’s new TV department will be ran by Patrick Reardon, Roc Nation’s current exec VP of scripted and unscripted television. Related Stories: Girl, Bye: Tomi Lahren Fails At Attacking Jay Z Over Mass Incarceration Jay Z & Beyonce Are ‘On The Run’ […]

According to Variety, Steph Curry just inked a multi-year development and production deal with Sony Pictures that’s known to be the biggest media deal of any athlete to date. Under the new deal, the NBA star’s new production company Unanimous Media will “develop and produce film and television projects with a focus on family, faith […]

TGIT is back! It includes the season six premiere of Scandal, the continuation of Grey’s Anatomy and How to Get Away With Murder. The new episodes of “Grey’s Anatomy” air at 8 p.m., “Scandal” at 9 p.m. and “How To Get Away With Murder” at 10 p.m. Time to cut off the smart phone, put […]

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Hayma Washington is the first African American to serve as CEO of the Television Academy in its 70-year history.

USA Network announced Unsolved, a new series about the police investigations behind the murders of Pac and Biggie.

NBC's new show The Good Place is giving you an uncharacteristic view of heaven.

In an effort to broaden your television horizons, I came up with '6 Shows More People Should Watch.'

Celebrity cameos are nothing new for 'The Simpsons.' But a Prince appearance? That's something to get excited about.

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According to NeNe, she’s in a much better place now that she's exploring life after "The Real Housewives of Atlanta."

Despite some obvious stereotypical jokes at the expense of her Black character, actress Keke Palmer says she's not taking it personally.