Check out the Netflix trailer for its new 'Family Reunion' series starring Loretta Devine, Tia Mowry and more.
Tia Mowry-Hardrict and Loretta Devine will be staring in a new Netflix comedy called Family Reunion. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the series, which will feature an all-black writers room, has been picked up for a total of 20 episodes. According to the synopsis, the comedy will center “on Cocoa McKellan (Mowry), a free-spirited mother from […]
Loretta Devine has a career that spans decades in both television and film, and her latest project, “Caged No More,” is a film that chronicles the harrowing realities of human trafficking. In it, Loretta plays Aggie, a caretaker who is willing to do anything to save two little girls kidnapped and sold into slavery overseas […]
Loretta Divine plays a fun game of This or That with The D.L. Hughely Show, and talks about her new role on The Carmichael Show and why it’s such a great show! Plus she explains why, if given the chance, she would counsel Katt Williams over Bill Cosby. Click on the audio player to hear more in this exclusive interview! RELATED: Federal Judge Throws […]
Well, there’s one thing we know for sure on Being Mary Jane‘s third season. It’s that although Mary Jane (Gabrielle Union) opens the season injured in a car accident, she’s going to be getting some sexual healing from her cutty buddy. We’re not even totally sure that Cutty Buddy has a name on the show, […]
You won’t have to wait another year for the third season of Being Mary Jane. It’s returning to BET on October 20th with a new 9 p.m. start time. This year’s guest stars include Jill Scott and Loretta Devine. Scott will play Niecy’s mother, and Devine will play a woman who sues Mary Jane (Gabrielle […]
Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States. Dating back to 1865, it was on June 19th that the Union soldiers, led by Major General Gordon Granger, landed at Galveston, Texas with news that the war had ended and that the enslaved were now free. Click through to […]
Some of these films were developed for television while others started out on the silver screen and eventually were aired on Lifetime or UP (Uplifting Television). Also, many of the actresses featured in this gallery were in more films than listed. I took the liberty to list some of my favorites.
A hilariously funny new video from the guys over at Funny Or Die has hit the net and we just had to share the laughs! Actresses Alfre Woodard, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Meagan Good, Loretta Devine and more answer the old-age question, who’s really pulling the strings in Hollywood? We’ve got the answer for you when you […]