What in the Weekend With Nikki Woods-Who is Black in America?

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  • Baby, it’s cold outside but ladies around the country can still warm up thanks to Trey Songz and R. Kelly, who are still on tour. If these love song leaders aren’t enough, you also have Mary J. Blige doing dates as well. If getting cozy at home is more your speed, you can check out “Deadfall” via iTunes or in theaters in what is an increasingly growing trend of dual releases. Football season is winding down, but the Lions and Packers are slated for a Sunday night duel in Green Bay. Here’s what else is happening this weekend.

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    Friday, December 7

    The 46th Annual CMA Awards at on CMT
    For the country fans out there, in case you missed it, the Country Music Association hands out its annual trophies to their best artists

    “Chris Rock: Never Scared” at 10 p.m. on Comedy Central
    One of Rock’s best standup shows airs this weekend

    Saturday, December 8

    “You Don’t Know Bo” at 9 p.m. on ESPN
    90’s sports icon Bo Jackson, who excelled in two major league sports gets the “30 for 30” doc treatment

    “Saturday Night Live” at 11 p.m. on NBC
    Jamie Foxx will be hosting Saturday Night Live. He will be promoting the     new film he will be starring in, Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchanged, which Foxx will be starring in. R&B singer, Ne-Yo     will be the musical guest.

    Sunday, December 9


    “Who Is Black in America” at 9 p.m. on CNN

    In her memoir, “The Next Big Story,” CNN personality Soledad O’Brien said she was hurt when Jesse Jackson made a comment about her perceived blackness. The daughter of a Black Cuban and an Australian, O’Brien’s light appearance has caused people to question her blackness. That is just part of the latest CNN “Black In America” series which explores the relationship Black people have to complexion. From “high-yella” to “bone black” CNN explores just what role color plays in perceptions of race.

    “Love and Basketball” at 9 p.m. on BET
    Sanaa Lathan and Omar Epps play a star-crossed basketball couple in the fan favorite

    “Sunday Night Football Lions vs. Packers” at 8:20 p.m. on NBC
    The Pack won the last one, but this might be a battle of the QB’s as Rodgers goes against Stafford at home.

    Oprah’s Next Chapter at 8 p.m. on OWN
    Oprah sits down with the creator and star of the hit show Scandal…Shonda Rhimes and Kerry Washington.

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