There is so much good TV that nearly any average TV viewer could probably do an Emmy wishlist and put together something that another average TV viewer couldn’t really fault. This is a good thing. But the glut of goodness … Continue reading
Sharing thoughts I put together for my guest blogging stint at Alyssa Rosenberg’s blog on ThinkProgress.
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My thought on Bounce, the new black broadcast network.
Have y’all noticed that for black television shows, the production companies skimp on the extras? It seems to me that with shows like The Cosby Show, A Different World, and Soul Food, which are watershed productions for African-Americans in … Continue reading
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Tagged A Different World, Ajai Sanders, Arrested Development, black tv, Charnele Brown, Darrin Henson, DVD extras, Girlfriends, Keshia Knight Pulliam, Living Single, Mara Brock Akil, Martin, Nicole Ari Parker, Rockmond Dunbar, Showtime, Soul Food, Tempestt Bledsoe, The Cosby Show, TV on DVD