As social media revisits the feud between Jaleel White & his 'Family Matters' co-stars, it reminded us of other infamous Black sitcom beefs. The post Can’t We All Just Get Along? Black Sitcom Feuds That Broke Up Our Favorite TV Families appeared first on Black America Web.
Why are some films allowed to promote during the impending writer's strike? Check out our explainer that breaks it all down.
It’s about time journalists everywhere implement a new rule: If you can’t interview Donald Trump without babying him with softball questions and refusing to call him out while he sits there and lies to you, then just don’t interview Donald Trump. On Sunday, NBC aired a new episode of Meet the Press, which featured the […]
Rolling Stone co-founder Jann Wenner apologized for the racist and sexist excuse he made for his exclusively white male book. The post Rolling Stones Founder Apologizes For Racist And Sexist Remark Regarding His Exclusively White Male Book appeared first on NewsOne.
Despite its critics the NFL continues to be a TV ratings juggernaut. And with the SAG/WGA strike there are few new television and movie options.
Jonathan Majors was involved in breaking up a fight in West Hollywood, Calif. between two students, and jokes have commenced on X.
Tory Lanez was denied bail in a hearing on Thursday in Los Angeles. The ruling means that he is to begin his 10-year prison sentence for shooting and wounding Megan Thee Stallion immediately.
All’s well that ends well, right? Shannon Sharpe’s time as Skip Bayless‘ cohost on Undisputed had a drama-filled ending, and he’s now moved on to greener pastures with a deal at Colin Cowherd’s The Volume. But what satisfies fans even more is to hear his weekly rants alongside Stephen A. Smith on First Take. Now […]
The hit series Dancing with the Stars is back, and the cast is ready to dance like no one is watching—except the entire nation, of course. On Wednesday morning, Good Morning America revealed the 32nd season’s full celebrity list. Fresh Prince of Bel-Air actor Alfonso Ribeiro returns as host, to be joined by former DWTS professional […]
In 1994, hip-hop was forever changed. Christopher Wallace, known professionally as The Notorious B.I.G., dropped his debut album “Ready to Die.” Straight out of the streets of Brooklyn, Biggie’s debut release was a game-changer that launched him to the top of the hip-hop game. Tracks on the album told his stories of a life led […]