Television

Television

Rapper 50 Cent is prepping a new reality series for the A&E Network. “Property Players” will follow DJ Envy, Cesar Pina and their team as they manage their family run real estate company as they flip houses for profit. It’ll also show them mentoring other celebrities entering the real state investment world. There’s no word […]

Television

A documentary about football player Manti Te’o and his fake girlfriend is coming to Netflix. “Untold: The Girlfriend Who Didn’t Exist” will tell the story about Te’o being a victim of a catfishing hoax in 2013. While playing linebacker at Notre Dame, Te’o told reporters his girlfriend died from leukemia, but she actually was a […]

Urban One announces the return of the annual URBAN ONE HONORS taping in Atlanta, GA on Friday, December 3, 2021. Themed, "the Soundtrack of Black America," the two-hour telecast premieres Monday, January 17, 2022, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, on TV One and Cleo TV

The players may change, but The Game remains: Take a sneak peek at the latest incarnation of the popular sports series.

Set two hundred years before the events of Game of Thrones, House of The Dragons will explore the reign of the Targaryen bloodline and promises to feature many dragons and all kinds of sword fights (pause?).

Iman Shumpert joins the cast of Dancing With The Stars in a memorable performance. The people want to know when and where he learned how to dance like this.

The official trailer for the black and white drama film Passing was released and fans have been sharing their own "passing" memes across social media. 

Brandon Bell and Ashley Blaine Featherson flex their triple threat skills in a scene from the final season of "Dear White People." The actors play Troy and Joelle on the popular Netflix series, which premieres on September 22nd. The fourth and final season was revealed to be a musical endeavor in a released teaser.

Congratulations to Michaela Coel, who just won the Emmy Award for Best Writing in a Television Limited Series or Movie for her work on the powerful series, "I May Destroy You", becoming the first Black woman to do so. 

A one-minute teaser trailer appeared for Janet Jackson's new documentary Janet on her personal YouTube channel.

Peacock's upcoming drama series Bel-Air based upon the classic sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air announced its full cast. The series has added eight actors who star alongside its lead Jabari Banks in the role of Will.