Lynn Whitfield stars as Lady Mae in Greenleaf on OWN. The legendary actress talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about her role on the show and how the cast decided to handle the story line of her character having an illicit relationship with her father. “I said that maybe this could be a healing […]
The season premiere of the second season of Greenleaf airs today, March 15th and Merle Dandridge talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about what fans can expect from this season, the rumors of Rick Fox joining the cast as her new love interest and just how much the cast is a family off-screen. https://www.instagram.com/p/BRp2g9lhEOY/?taken-by=merledandridge&hl=en “You ain’t ready. It’s […]
OWN drama “Greenleaf” has taken the world by storm for its nuanced, emotional look into a fictional family’s deep secrets. But while the show’s incredible performances and storylines are what have drawn so many fans, one of the stars says it’s also about showing a side of Black culture that is often under-explored in Hollywood. In […]
Welcome To Sweetie Pies returns to OWN, Saturday November 19 at 9pm CST. Miss Robbie talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about the tumultuous year her family had to deal with (her grandson was killed), her love life and what to expect from the new season. What should we expect from this season? “We’re full […]
It is with teary eyes that I must remind you that the first season of Queen Sugar is coming to an end. This is only good news if you are just now catching up, or if you haven’t watched at all yet, because that means you can just binge-watch the whole season at your leisure. […]
Even though these episodes of Queen Sugar were likely written last year, the themes are timeless. That’s evident in this tenth episode of the show, “So Far.” The episode covers a lot of ground, but like much of Queen Sugar it does so in moving and nuanced ways. Reporter Nova (Rutina Wesley) is going to […]
TV is enjoying somewhat of a Golden Age. While the Oscars remains #sowhite in most of its prestigious offerings, there is a great swatch of diversity across TV including several shows where Black characters are either the main focus of the show or are the lead of an ensemble cast. In some of the shows […]
The new season of "Iyanla: Fix My Life" launches with a four-part episode focusing on the myth of the "Angry Black Woman."