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 Takes on Hamilton in a "Powerful" Musical Episode

black-ish has never been one to shy away from the tough subjects and its Season 4 premiere will be no exception. The series will kick off the new season by taking on common misconceptions about Christopher Columbus while also celebrating Juneteenth -… Read more

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Sprinkles Season 3, Episode 24 May 10, 2017 Free

Dre's plans for Bow's baby shower are put on hold.

Liberal Arts Season 3, Episode 23 May 3, 2017 Subscription

Dre tearfully drops Zoey off at college orientation.

All Groan up Season 3, Episode 22 Apr 26, 2017 Subscription

Dre and Bow worry about Zoey leaving for college.

Sister, Sister Season 3, Episode 21 Apr 26, 2017 Subscription

Bow's sister visits after filming a reality show.

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Black-ish Stars Tease Hamilton Themed Episode
01:01 — There will be singing. There will be dancing.
Black-ish Star Anthony Anderson on Winning an Emmy
00:53 — He breaks down what the award means to him.
black-ish's Tracee Ellis Ross' Perfect Celebratory Evening Stars Lemonade
01:15 — Not the Beyoncé album, literally the drink lemonade
Episode 2
05:15 — The Axis boys investigate W Academy’s various clubs, including the Gourmet Club, the Witchcraft Club, and the Man, France is Looking REALLY Good Latel (more…)

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Tue Oct 3 9:00pm
JuneteenthNew(Season 4, Episode 1) ABC

In the fourth-season opener, the family attend a school play about Columbus Day, and Dre is dismayed by its inaccuracies. This inspires him to get Aloe Blacc to help him create a catchy song intended to raise awareness about a black holiday.

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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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