The Cosby Show” will return to the airwaves next month on Bounce TV.
Bounce TV is set to air the 1977 mini-series Roots on five consecutive nights from Nov. 16-20 starting at 9. p.m. ET.
Dave Chappelle is definitely one of the few people who could get away with dropping the N-word on "Saturday Night Live."
Creators of the new film "Almost Christmas" hope it becomes part of the cannon of beloved holiday movies.
The late James Baldwin reached out from his grave and bitch-slapped America in “I Am Not Your Negro” by filmmaker Raoul Peck.
Ruth Negga’s eyes stop you cold. They are large, deep and expressive, combining her delicately etched beauty and connecting it to a voice that’s melodic and measured.
The Country Music Association is pushing back on reports it deleted social media posts about a performance by Beyoncé and the Dixie Chicks at this week's CMA Awards.
By now, you’ve likely seen the promotions for the new “Dr. Strange” flick because Marvel Comics’ marketing is trés effective.
Amid a political frenzy, a showcase of racial divide and conflicts between communities and law enforcement, award-winning Harvard professor, Henry Louis Gates Jr., brings a riveting story of Black American history over the past 50 years.
“Moonlight” is based on the story “In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue,” by MacArthur genius grant recipient, playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney.
With Nov. 8 on the horizon, it might be of utmost import that we enjoy what’s left of 2016. Don’t profess to be a prophet or anything, but this time next year—Oohhh weee!
Every major film critic has weighed in on the beauty and lasting impact of the new film “Moonlight,” which really can’t be called “just a gay film” or just an “African-American film” because it’s much, much more.
President Barack Obama got in on the trend of famous people reading mean tweets about themselves Monday, including a tweet from the man who hopes to replace him.
Deeply affecting, "Moonlight" is a small, beautifully told story that resonates well beyond the time spent in the theater. Bleak, but not hopeless, it's also one of those independent films that will rely on critical accolades and awards consideration to ...
Once again the Jacob Javits Center opened its doors to the public for Comic Con, which gathers comic lovers from all walks of life.