TV & Film

Following Netflix's upcoming scripted series based on rapper Vince Staples, we chose 10 Black entertainers who'd also make for must-watch TV.

Highlighting 7 fictional couples of color in TV & film that expressed their love by blending races and breaking free from social norms.

From superheroes and cartoon cuties to cheerleaders and contract killers, we take a look at 10 Black characters who deserve a spinoff.

Seasoned rapper-turned-actor Ice Cube may have just proved the power of standing up for what you believe in after news broke that he's just struck a multi-picture production deal in partnership with the recently-launched Luminosity Entertainment.

The inspiring story of how Cheryl "Coko" Gamble, Tamara "Taj" George and Leanne "Lelee" Lyons came together to form the R&B trio known as SWV that's sold over 25 million records worldwide will now receive an official biopic on Lifetime Network.

Following a legendary run between 1989 and 1994, then a short revival in 2013 that lasted a year, 'The Arsenio Hall Show' will see yet another reincarnation for a limited run during the upcoming 'Netflix Is a Joke Festival.'

The comedic commercial spot is a perfect set-up for Jordan Peele's NOPE which centers around a UFO terrorizing a small black-owned ranch out in California.

Laughter is great for the soul! In honor of National Humor Month, we curated a list of our favorite stand-up specials from Black comedians. Watch inside.

Celebrated actress Viola Davis sat down with Oprah for an upcoming Netflix special that will discuss everything she had to endure and overcome on her road to success.

It appears that VH1's popular reality series franchise 'Love & Hip Hop' will be making its way to Hollywood — no, not a 'Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood' spinoff! — following a report that says it will soon be made into a feature film.

Although it appears that Chris Rock won't be pressing charges for the now-infamous slap seen everywhere, Will Smith still took time to publicly apologize for stepping out of character at the Oscars last night to defend a joke aimed at his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith.

Celebrated actor Anthony Mackie will soon have a permanent base back in his hometown of New Orleans after purchasing 20 acres of land that will soon be turned into a television and film studio.