TV Shows

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

Paramount+ announced that the revival of the popular series The Game will debut this fall. The streaming company also announced two new cast members joining the team.

The whole gang (minus Uncle Phil - rest in peace) returns for the long-awaited Fresh Prince reunion.

According to Shadow and Act, HBO Max is developing a period drama series surrounding the launch of Essence magazine in the post-civil rights era. The project is executive produced by Edward Lewis, an Essence co-founder and the chairman and publisher emeritus of Essence Communications, Inc.

Iconic family sitcom, The Wonder Years, is coming back to TV, only this time it's going to be all Black. According to published reports, the 1988 coming-of-age dramedy set in the late 1960s and early 70s that told the story of teen Kevin Arnold (played by Fred Savage) and his suburban family, is now getting a reboot that will tell the story of American life during the pivotal Civil Right Era from a Black perspective. Produced by Lee Daniels, the reboot will be set during the same time period, except it will focus on a Black family in Montgomery, Alabama.

Molly can be an overbearing jerk, but you can't deny that she is stylish and sexy. This is an 'Insecure' Molly appreciation post.

One of the most iconic puppet shows is about to get a visit from Hip-Hop royalty.

The Baltimore native's most recent performance on the hit Hulu limited series has all eyes on her, same with her red carpet fashion.

Remember when Aston Kutcher had celebrities scared to come out in the 2000’s? Those vibes are back.