black-ish

  • 2014
  • TV Show
  • TV-PG

A successful family man worries that his four children are losing touch with black culture because they are growing up in an affluent, mostly white neighborhood.

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black-ish Exclusive: Dre and Bow Get Their "Flow" Back

Tracee Ellis Ross is making her black-ish directorial debut in Tuesday's episode, and TV Guide has an exclusive clip! In the episode, "Fifty-Three Percent," Dre (Anthony Anderson) and Bow (Tracee Ellis Ross) have been fighting more than usual and de… Read more

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Black Math Season 4, Episode 19 Apr 3, 2018 Paid

When Junior is accepted to Howard and Stanford, Dre tries to convince him to attend his alma mater. Meanwhile, Jack develops a comedy style and Ruby decides she's going to manage his career, forcing Diane to compete for her attention.

Black Math Season 4, Episode 18 Mar 27, 2018 Subscription

Dre tries to convince Junior to attend his alma mater.

North Star Season 4, Episode 17 Mar 20, 2018 Subscription

Dre and Bow's families show up for Easter.

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Tue May 1 9:00pm
Blue ValentimeNew(Season 4, Episode 22) ABC

Tensions are high between Dre and Bow as their contractor arrives to remodel the kitchen, realizing they have grown apart. Dre reflects on the good times in his relationship with Bow.

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  • Premiered: September 24, 2014
  • Rating: TV-PG
  • Premise: A successful family man worries that his four children are losing touch with black culture because they are growing up in an affluent, mostly white neighborhood. (more)

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