This week's BCTV Sunday Slices: Quibi, Lucifer, Randy Orton, Khary and Karter Payton, Black Lightning, Doctor Who, The Alienist, and more.
Comedy Central announced on Thursday that it will be pairing upcoming animated Daria spinoff Jodie (with Tracee Ellis Ross) with South Park.
Following recent monumental events, it's imperative that the dialogue continues and empowers viewers to raise their voices, and there is no other show that does that like Black-ish." A scene from Blackish episode "Hope", courtesy of ABC. Originally, new comedy Call Your Mother was set to join a Wednesday night comedy block featuring The Goldbergs, The Conners,[...]
Here's a look ar Barris' post announcing the airing, as well as his thoughts on the episode being even more relevant today than it was four years ago: A scene from Blackish episode "Hope", courtesy of ABC. View this post on Instagram #enoughisenough #blacklivesmatter #blackish #disney #abc A post shared by Kenya Barris (@kenyabarris) on Jun 2, 2020[...]
The top problem plaguing television (especially broadcast networks) today? Serious lack of diversity. Here's why all that "whiteness" isn't a good thing...
Freeform (the home of mermaid fantasy series "Siren") has a message for anyone hating on Halle Bailey's casting in "The Little Mermaid" so buckle up...
Black-ish creator/showrunner Kenya Barris (Girls Trip) is reportedly leaving ABC Studios and set to sign a major nine-figure overall deal with Netflix.
On the surface, Kenya Barris and ABC-Disney appear to be a match made in heaven; with the Black-ish creator currently shepherding three series on air. His aforementioned series is readying for its fifth season on ABC; with spinoff Grown-ish and newly picked up Besties finding homes at Freeform.
The Weekly Static is our look at the past week in the land of the networks, cable, streaming, smoke signals, cloud formations, and shadow puppets from an interesting and entertaining perspective. THIS WEEK: Buffy, C.M. Punk, Dr. Who, inclusion riders and Black-ish.
ABC has indefinitely pulled the once-scheduled February 27 episode 'Please, Baby, Please' over what the network and creator/showrunner Kenya Barris are vaguely describing are "creative differences." At this time, ABC has no plans to either air the episode or make the episode available through other formats.