In the Hot Spot we discuss, Rihanna's motherhood experience, Takeoff's funeral details, and the Black Panther cast.
Boseman’s wife accepted a posthumous award on his behalf at the Creative Arts Emmys for his final performance in Marvel’s What If…? series.
Today's "Hot Spot" report includes some extreme stupidness on behalf of Young Dolph's alleged murderer, Denzel Washington's recollection of working with the late Chadwick Boseman, funeral arrangement updates following the passing of beloved actress Betty White and 50 Cent's TV success over at STARZ.
There's been talk on if Chadwick Boseman should be recasted for future 'Black Panther' films, in addition to Terrence Howard speaking out about Jussie Smollett and new music from late R&B icon Aaliyah featuring The Weeknd!
Gone far too soon, Boseman's legacy lives on through film and his representation of strength in the face of personal pain. Wakanda Forever.
Trending in the "Hot Spot" today is a new Chadwick Boseman scholarship at Howard University & Rihanna's expansion of Savage X Fenty.
Following the renaming of its College Of Fine Arts center after late 'Black Panther' actor Chadwick Boseman, Howard University went further in honoring the school's late alumnus by establishing a multimillion-dollar scholarship in his name with help from streaming giant Netflix.
As one final treat for the countless still-grieving fans of Chadwick Boseman, Marvel Studios is set to officially bring us his final voice acting role with the upcoming Disney+ animated series "What If…"
While many wondered viewers choked up when Chadwick Boseman's likeness appeared during the customary "In Memoriam" segment, many were upset that King T'Challa didn't win the "Best Actor" award that night.
Listen to The Hot Spot to hear the show's opinion on what they think about a new black panther.