Powerhouse executive producer and television writer Shonda Rhimes has three television shows that premiered with huge audiences Thursday night.
The 52nd New York Film Festival, which continues through Oct. 12, has already screened two films that have industry brass across the board weighing in on the chances of award nominations.
She may be the youngest TV judge ever but former New York prosecutor Faith Jenkins isn't playing any games in her courtroom on “Judge Faith,” premiering Monday, Sept., 22.
Season 4 of Key and Peele’s outrageously funny and unapologetically smart series, “Key and Peele,” roars back to Comedy Central Wednesday, Sept. 24.
New York City hosts two diverse film festivals this month, providing creative choices for a wide variety of cinematic tastes.
The NYFF Opening Acts, a 10-day series, will run from Sept. 15 to Sept. 25 and will compliment the 52nd New York Film Festival (Sept. 26–Oct. 12).
Tracee Ellis Ross just might have another hit show on her hands. The “Girlfriends” alum is set to co-star in the new ABC series “Black-ish,” which also stars Anthony Anderson and Laurence Fishburne.
Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union's wedding in Miami, Oprah back in theaters and Kevin Hart kicks off his latest tour. Check out the details.
Steve McQueen shares his thoughts on Harlem after recent casting call.
A native of Harlem and a prolific filmmaker, William Greaves, once remarked that he thought he would be a hurricane in documenting Black history and culture but settled for the fact that he was “only a single rain drop.”
Rapper TI’s new reality television show, “Sisterhood of Hip-Hop” turned out to be incredibly successful
Thomas Allen Harris’ documentary “Through a Lens Darkly,” which begins a two-week engagement in New York City, is inspired by the book “Reflections in Black: A History of Black Photographers 1840 to the Present,” shared the film’s producer, Deborah Willis.
It has been announced that pop-soul music icon Patti LaBelle will join the cast of the popular FX series “American Horror Story.”
“Let’s Be Cops” is being positioned as the “ultimate buddy cop movie”—except that the leads, Justin Miller (Damon Wayans Jr.) and Ryan O’Malley (Jake Johnson), aren’t cops!
The biopic “Get on Up,” based on the life of the legendary James Brown, marks director Tate Taylor’s first project since the four-time Oscar-nominated film “The Help.” It stars Chadwick Boseman (“42”) in the title role.